Tickets for the Phish show at Nikon Theatre at Jones Beach go on sale today at noon. Tickets for their PNC Bank Arts Center show (same link) go on sale this Saturday (3/30) at noon. Tickets to see Vampire...
The Great GoogaMooga, the massive food and music festival/bacon-scented mosh pit, announced its lineup today. This year's fest will run for three days and has some big names from the food and music worlds: The Flaming Lips, Yeah Yeah Yeahs,...
Last year, Brooklyn welcomed the inaugural edition of Great GoogaMooga, a food and music festival run by the folks behind Bonnaroo (Superfly) in a large and beautiful space (Prospect Park) that ruled on paper but never quite lived up to its name. (The “Great” part, that is; jury’s out on how GoogaMooga it all was.) [...]
When The Flaming Lips released the first single off The Terror a few weeks ago, it was pretty clear why they considered the album to be so … well, terrifying. “Look … The Sun Is Rising” was noisy and anxious, psychedelic in the most unsettling sense of the word. Now the band has released a [...]
Sharon Van Etten, Father John Misty, and lots of food, wine, and beer.
We're less than two months away from the return of GoogaMooga to Prospect Park, and just this minute organizers released their initial announcement. This year an extra day has been added to the fest, and there will be 85 restaurantsShow More Summary
Last year Superfly Presents of Bonnaroo fame tried something completely different by bringing a festival that mixed food, beverages, music and culture to Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. For many attendees, their visits to the fest – dubbed “Great GoogaMooga” – were filled with extremely lengthy waits for food and insane crowds. Show More Summary
The Great GoogaMooga is returning to Brooklyn from May 17 to 19 at Prospect Park this year, and the festival will begin with a kickoff show on the Friday (5/17) from 4 PM to 10 PM with Yeah Yeah...
A brave, difficult and experimental album, The Terror reminds us that there’s more to The Flaming Lips than glitter bombs and dancing bears. Read the full story on DrownedinSound.com
Their 13 studio album and was produced by long-time collaborator Dave Fridmann and The Flaming Lips at Tarbox Road Studios.
Post by Maressa BrownDespite her penchant for skintight outfits, flaming red lips, rainbow-colored hair extensions, and sky-high hooker heels, I love Christina Aguilera. She was owning that look for a while there. But yeah, it wasn't exactly the best she's ever looked... Show More Summary
Look guys, I love the Flaming Lips a lot. I’d go so far as to say that they’re one of my favorite bands ever. Sometimes I’m pretty sure they’re my favorite even (at least top five). And you know what? I pretty much love Yoshimi Battles...Show More Summary
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 a few weeks, The Flaming Lips will release The Terror, the band’s 13th full-length album and the freak flag that marks the latest phase in its three-decade career. Show More Summary
Via Spin: Hump Day! Liven the work week up by streaming new albums from the Strokes, Depeche Mode, Wavves, the Flaming Lips, Yelawolf, and more. They’re all down below. 1) The Strokes, Comedown Machine. “The New York-hearting rockers...Show More Summary
There’s a hot new band coming out of Oklahoma City! Relative unknowns The Flaming Lips have gotten a lot of press about their forthcoming debut album on Warner Bros. Records, The Terror. While the initial April 2 release date has been...Show More Summary
As the streets and venues of Austin, Texas recover from the chaos of SXSW, the organization has decided to highlight some of the best of the fest with the first annual Grulke Prize.
SXSW Music announce the winners of the first annual Grulke Prize awarded in 3 categories that was developed in honour of Creative Director Brent Grulke, who sadly passed away August last year.
You now have to wait until April 16 to experience The Terror.
The Flaming Lips debuted their new album The Terror in Austin over the weekend at SXSW. Two fan sites, The Future Heart and Slow Never Action, have unleashed a load of information about the release and the performance. The latter has the full audio of the live set — which you can stream below — [...]
Plus, Dan Deacon remixed the whole thing.