Lately, it seems that we are hearing more and more from new and unexpected partnerships between artists of different genres. This is why, through Superlatones, we are creating our very own directory—a musical wish-list, if you will—of artists who have yet to join the collaborative bandwagon.
From hippie to grunge to today’s infamous hipster, subcultures are an inevitable part of modern society. While some of them fade or evolve into new subcultures, the influences these movements have on people are certainly still evident. In fact, they never truly go away. That’s why this week we are celebrating the hidden remnant’s of hippie culture, with two artists that would have fit right into the 1960s.
The Dynamic Duo:
Cloud Control and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Cloud Control is a psychedelic rock band from New South Wales, Australia. Although they have yet to blow up in America, the group has gained much success in their home country, winning the Australian Music Prize in 2011 as well as Record of the Year and Best Live Musical Act from the Sydney Music, Arts and Culture Awards. Their debut album Bliss Release has been described as a blend of organic folk, colorful synths and indie rock influences.
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