It takes a special brand of nerd to attend Comic-Con, and it takes a special brand of weirdo (like myself) to buy The Sun is Sick, an “adult-themed” comic book designed by Wayne Coyne, alt-rock’s resident hippie-genius. At this year’s...Show More Summary
Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips has never been one to shy away from creative opportunity, and he’s about to gethis fingers into a new medium. He’s coming out with an adult-themed comic book titled The Sun Is Sick, weighing in at 40 pages and splashed with as much psychedelic euphoria as one would imagine from the big-haired singer. Show More Summary
The adult-themed comic is a "full-color psychedelic fantasy."
The Flaming Lips at Wellmont Theatre in May (more by Dominick Mastrangelo) Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights... The Flaming Lips, Spiritualized @ Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre You'll have to head...
Simsbury, CT may not have gotten any love, but Wallingford will experience a Flaming Lips invasion tonight (7/15). The spacey Oklahoma band is now on a tour with Spiritualized that vistis Oakdale Theatre tonight before leaving towards Pittsburgh. They...
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In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well—some inspired by a weekly theme and some not, but always songs worth hearing. In his fascinating book about Zaireeka—for the 33 1/3 series—Mark Richardson posits that The Flaming Lips’ 1992 album Hit To Death In The Future Head is basically nobody’s favorite. Show More Summary
(via @dspearl) Tickets for the Violent Femmes show at Rumsey Playfield are on sale now. Tickets for The Selecter show at Gramercy Theatre are on sale now. Tickets to the The Flaming Lips and Tame Impala shows at Terminal 5...
British folk punk Frank Turner already came to NYC for an intimate show at Bowery Ballroom in March and has two more that size coming up in July at Music Hall of Williamsburg with Off With Their Heads. Both...
MTV completed the fourth version of it’s OMAs, their awards platform targeted towards honoring digital and the web. Last year we participated in the 24-hour bus ride OMAs that ended with the Flaming Lips breaking a record in New Orleans. This year the OMAs once again set to break some recors. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
HT faves The Flaming Lips will return to the Northeast next month for a show with Spiritualized in Wallingford, Conn. and a show by themselves in Lewiston, New York; but the freak-rock act already has their sights on a fall run in the region. Show More Summary
The Flaming Lips at GoogaMooga 2013 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin) The Flaming Lips, who were last here for the Great GoogaMooga, are heading out for select US dates this summer including shows with Spirtualized, and after a brief stop...
The best of Omaha and Perth finally join forces.
This fall, the kinda-reluctant psych-pop all-stars MGMT will return with their third album, a self-titled affair. They recorded this one with Dave Fridmann, the Flaming Lips/Mercury Rev producer who also helmed Oracular Spectacular, MGMT’s 2008 debut. We should not, however, take this as an indication that the band is returning to the easy and immediate [...]
I think it was Ben Franklin who said “tornadoes are a lot like three-day-old fish… fucking horrible all the time.” Can’t very well argue with the first president of the United States now, can you? That’s probably why on July 23, TheShow More Summary
1. The Flaming Lips, “Waitin’ For A Superman (Is It Gettin’ Heavy?)” Like any true folk hero, Superman—the last son of Krypton and the world’s most famous spandex-wearing crusader—has had a few songs written about him. Actually, that’s...Show More Summary
Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup enter the world of Flaming Lips when they prepare to take down the pink robots. Courtney Bernard is just one of the artists putting cartoon characters (and Muppets) on classic album covers. Read more....
When bad things happen to good people, good musicians come together. It doesn’t hurt when some of those artists live in the affected state. From Tulsa World: Chesapeake Arena in Oklahoma City will again host a monster fundraiser for Oklahoma storm recovery, this time featuring Kings of Leon, the Flaming Lips, Jackson Browne, Built to Spill and more. Show More Summary
Rock For Oklahoma set for July.
At the end of May and beginning of June the state of Oklahoma faced a series of devastating tornadoes that left many dead and billions of dollars in damages. In order to raise money for Oklahoma storm victims, a number of the state’s...Show More Summary