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FILTER’s Top 5 Stories of The Week Featuring Tame Impala + More (In Case You Missed It)

By Staff on February 2, 2013


FILTER’s Top 5 Stories of The Week Featuring Tame Impala + More (In Case You Missed It)


Sometimes you just can't bring yourself to read every single thing that goes up on the internet. Who has time to go through all of those cat gifs and youtube comments besides us? Don't worry, we get it, and we want to help!


Here for your weekend round-up reading pleasure are the top stories that FILTER had to offer this past week in a delicious bite-size format. Dig in!


1. TAME IMPALA’S NEW VIDEO FOR “MIND MISCHIEF”: The video for Kevin Parker's insanely-talented-musical-project's latest video features the (oh so well known) storyline of a young student’s relationship with his eye-catching teacher.


2. THE STROKES NEW ALBUM DETAILS: Comedown Machine will be available in the United States on March 26, 2013 via RCA Records. The incredibly simple album artwork gives you all the details including an album run-time of 37 minutes and 49 seconds.









3. HEAVY HAWAII PREMIERES “AIRBORNE KAWASAKI”: Despite the winter, "Airborne Kawasaki" is one of the perfect summer soundtrack songs for day on the beach--be it San Diego or Hawaii. Wherever you may be, you can be sure to enjoy tune with frontman Matt Bahamas' dreamy hums, lo-fi riffs and quick tambourine appearances.









4. ADAM GREEN & BINKI SHAPIRO LIVE: What occurred was actually a concept I was familiar with previously, but only through word wizardry of J.K. Rowling: photographs that move, exhibiting the real life energy of those individuals captured on camera…









5. HOLLYWOOD BOWL ANNOUNCES SUMMER SEASON: By announcing their 2013 summer calendar, the Hollywood Bowl not only prepares itself for another year, it makes us long for the upcoming SoCal summer! As a part of KCRW's World Festival, a variety of artists (including M83 with special guests Phantogram) will be playing at the legendary hillside venue.








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