If he wanted somebody like me, he just needs a guitar."Got a question? Weeds begins its seventh season on Showtime on June 27 at 10 p.m. Enjoying a refreshing Moscow mule on a sunny afternoon on Manhattan's Randall's Island, Kevin Parker, the one-man creative force behind Australian psychedelic rock project Tame Impala, fiddles with the wooden mala prayer beads wrapped around his wrist, one of many bracelets given to him by fans while on tour this summer.Pre-order Gentlewoman, Ruby Man and listen to Look At What The Light Did Now. It's not that mysterious — it's not like I'm going to go on "He didn't say."So he can go to premieres or watch his girlfriend get groped by some other guy onscreen or spend eight hours in hair and makeup in the morning? and hang out at the Chateau Marmont — it sounds like that's the kind of actress he wants.Having worked with Electra Guitars in the 80’s, Ben remembered how cool and innovative they were.He commenced a trademark search to find the brand’s current owner and an effort to acquire the brand to bring these great guitars back to the market.Announcing Gentlewoman, Ruby Man - a duets record by Flo Morrissey and Matthew E. They sang Some Velvet Morning, solidified a correspondence into a friendship and discussed a desire to work together. Morrissey and White first met at a Lee Hazelwood tribute at London’s Barbican in the autumn of 2015.
It's the sort of house you'd imagine Tame Impala's frontman living in.
He took cues from collectors of the original instruments as well as working guitar players that still used the vintage Electras.
In the Spring of 2012, with the last of the obstacles for trademark application out of the way, Ben Chafin was granted full use of the Electra brand, trademark, and it’s signature “Upside-down, Peace Sign” logo (a creative and unique combination of an “E” and a “G”) The core Electra team was assembled including the addition of luthier, Mick Donner.
"Before, I was part of an indie way of life, so I saw everyone that was successful as silly -- like, 'Oh, they just want to be famous.' I shut that out," explains Parker, outfitted in jeans, a white T-shirt and a blue scarf double-draped around his neck. The new me just sees it as what the melody wants to do."Tame Impala, Flume Clean Up At The ARIAs In the studio, Tame Impala is all Parker, a multihyphenate, multi-instrumental talent a la Beck or Prince.
He lays down drums, guitars, keyboards and everything in between in addition to writing, singing and producing all the songs.