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“We’re seeing the spirit of a different era, of that time of struggle for rights”
Each week the Music Feeds team picks a favourite song from the week that was, wraps it in a bunch of words, and presents it you. It’s Music Feeds Faves. London O’Connor – Guts Since everyone got good at Ableton, we’ve kind of lost that initial charm that bedroom productions had. They were unpolished and
Alaskan-bred, Portland-based indie legends Portugal. The Man have said they’re working on a follow up to their seventh studio album, Evil Friends and they’ve recruited the help of Beastie Boys founding member Mike D during the recording process. “We got some new stuff – super young… We’ve been working with Mike D out in L.A.,
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Two of the most highly anticipated and progressive acts on the Big Day Out 2014 lineup, Toro Y Moi and Portugal. The Man, have announced they will perform together at two sideshows in Melbourne and Sydney, making for what may be the most talked about gigs of the summer. Toro Y Moi is chill-wave bedroom
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Portugal. The Man will be very far from home when they set down in Australia and blare out their pristine psych rock at Music Feeds Studio
With all the happenings scheduled for Splendour In The Grass this weekend, the last thing you want to worry about is how you’re going to get back to town and fellow Splendour attendees Portugal. The Man feel your pain. That’s why they’re offering to help you out but giving you the chance to score you’re
To future generations, 2013 will be known as the year psychedelic rock rediscovered its mojo on account of impressive releases from Tame Impala, Minus The Bear, and now Portugal. The Man with their seventh full-length album, Evil Friends. In this album, produced by the ridiculously talented and overachieving Danger Mouse (Gnarls Barkley, The Black Keys,
Portugal. The Man recently performed on NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly. The Alaskan group performed songs The Sun and Got It All (This Can’t Be Living Now), and shows their dynamic live performances as for their irresistible tunes and musical prowess. They were recently out here on the Laneway Festival 2012 Line-up last month
I walked into the Metro not knowing a thing about the bands I was about to see tonight. Truth be told, if it weren’t for Guineafowl supporting, I’d have no idea what kind of music I was about to hear. I’d been told by a mate to come along because these were bands well worth
Givers and Portugal. The Man will bring their bright breed of psych-pop to Australia early next year for a series of co-headline shows, while appearing on the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2012 line-up. Sydney band Guineafowl will be supporting them for both their Sydney and Melbourne shows. Both bands are as renowned for their dynamic
Psychedelic rockers Portugal. The Man have had some of their gear returned this week after having their van robbed and stolen while appearing at Lollapalooza earlier this month. After the robbery, the band put the word out about the theft via Twitter, the tweet read, “HELP People of Chicago and @Lollapalooza our van & trailer
Alaska-via-Portland psychedelic rockers Portugal. The Man may be in the process of enjoying the prestige and appreciation that have been due for the best part of half a decade thanks to their new album In The Mountain In The Cloud (released last month through Atlantic), but it seems the four-piece have now been confronted with