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Sharon Van Etten – “Do You Realize??” (The Flaming Lips Cover)

Sharon Van Etten covered the Flaming Lips’ song “Do You Realize??” for the final episode of the Amazon Original Series Gortimer Gibbon’s Life On Normal Street. Pitchfork premiered the cover today, alongside Conor Obert’s cover of Bill Withers’ “Lean On Me,” Andrew Bird’s take on Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me,” and the Avett Brothers’ […]

Sharon Van Etten Covers Flaming Lips, Conor Oberst Covers Bill Withers for Amazon Series: Listen

The Amazon Original Series “Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street” is wrapping up with season 2B, which is out tomorrow. The show’s final episodes feature a series of covers. Sharon Van Etten sings the Flaming Lips’ “Do You Realize??,” Conor Oberst does Bill Withers’ “Lean On Me,” Andrew Bird covers Ben E. Show More Summary

Check Out The Cypress Hill 25th Anniversary CD That Comes Inside A Resin Skull

The Flaming Lips have released music in gummy skulls, chocolate skulls, and real skulls, and now Cypress Hill are taking a page out of the Wayne Coyne playbook by packaging a 25th anniversary edition of their 1991 debut inside a black resin skull. Limited to 1991 copies, as Rolling Stone reports, the “25th Anniversary Skull” […]

David Lynch Book Beyond the Beyond Features Sky Ferreira, Karen O, the Flaming Lips, More

A new book on the music of David Lynch movies is coming later this year, according to publisher Hat & Beard. The 192-page book, titled Beyond the Beyond: Music From the Films of David Lynch, features photos and ephemera from Lynch’sShow More Summary

See Michael Stipe, Debbie Harry Remember David Bowie in Tribute Video

In April, a pair of all-star concerts paid tribute to David Bowie's legacy, with artists like Michael Stipe, Debbie Harry, Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne, Cyndi Lauper, Perry Farrell and Bowie's longtime producer Tony Visconti participating in the Music of David Bowie events. Those artists and more also contributed to "David Bowie Was The Gateway...

Watch Cat Power, Wayne Coyne, Michael Stipe, More Pay Tribute to David Bowie in New Documentary

Back in April, Carnegie Hall and Radio City Music Hall hosted a pair of sold-out tribute shows in honor of David Bowie. Artists like Michael Stipe, the Flaming Lips, Cat Power, Blondie's Debbie Harry, Laurie Anderson, and more covered songs spanning Bowie's career. Show More Summary

The Flaming Lips have their own whiskey now

To quote Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, "Whiskey... it's such a volatile drink. Upon pouring a drink it's like accepting that you may become a werewolf... And really... Who doesn't want to become a werewolf ??? Ha...” I'm not sure what the hell that means, but at any rate, The Flaming Lips have their own bottle of whiskey coming out. Show More Summary

Flaming Lips Team Up With Evanston Distillery For $125 Bottles Of Whiskey

FEW Spirits joins indie's most altered-consciousness-friendly act for a new rye. [ more › ]

The Flaming Lips Selling $125 Bottles of Whiskey

The Flaming Lips are releasing a special whiskey blend in collaboration with Few Spirits called the “Brainville Rye Whiskey.” It's made from a mixture of “rye, corn and malted barley grown within 150 miles” of Few's distillery in Evanston, Illinois, according to a press release. The 80-proof whiskey will be released this October. Show More Summary

The Flaming Lips Collaborate With FEW Spirits to Make ‘Brainville Rye Whiskey’

FEW Spirits have announced a truly unique collaboration with THE FLAMING LIPS: Brainville Rye Whiskey. The whiskey is made from a combination of rye, corn and malted barley grown within 150 miles of the FEW distillery, and aged in new, charred American oak barrels custom-made in Minnesota. Show More Summary

Kanye's The Life of Pablo Was an Answer on “Jeopardy!”

Every now and then, “Jeopardy!” dips its toe into the music world. On an episode earlier this year, Kurt Vile and the Flaming Lips were answers (or, in “Jeopardy!” parlance, “questions”). Vampire Weekend, Daft Punk, the White Stripes, Nine Inch Nails, Best Coast, and Fleet Foxes have also been answers on the show. Show More Summary

sunshine psych duo Sugar Candy Mountain releasing '666' LP (listen)

Joshua Tree, California's Sugar Candy Mountain make sunshine psych, that seems to pull equally from '60s acts like The Free Design and modern purveyors like Tame Impala and The Flaming Lips. Continue reading…

Riot Fests add Flaming Lips, Sleater-Kinney, Julie Ruin & more, single-day lineups

Also: Julian Marley playing 'Exodus,' Gogol Bordello, The Lillingtons, The Bronx, 2 Chainz and more added. Continue reading…

Riot Fest's Full Lineup Includes The Flaming Lips And Sleater-Kinney

Riot Fest drops the final details on bands and albums to expect at the 2016 festivities. The daily lineup is in there, too. [ more › ]

Riot Fest’s 2016 lineup was already batshit crazy, and festival organizers still added new acts

Sleater-Kinney, The Flaming Lips, Julian Marley, The Bronx, Gogol Bordello, and more join the bills in Chicago and Denver.

Repeat Rubio to Rerun

Let’s dispel once and for all with this notion that Lil’ Marco will follow through on his promise to detach his lips from the gubmint teat after flaming out of the GOP primary: Despite repeatedly insisting he would return to life as a private citizen after his failed bid for the presidency, Sen. Marco Rubio […]

Mild High Club - Homage

Sounds like: MGMT, Foxygen, The Flaming Lips Song: Mild High Club - Homage What's so good? It's 2016, and this band still manages to make a spaced out psychedelic sound come across as new and interesting.  Truth be told, the main winner on this track was, for me, the guitar. Show More Summary

Breathing New Life Into Pop Songs with Choir! Choir! Choir!

In March, at a tribute to David Bowie at Carnegie Hall, a supergroup including Debbie Harry, the Pixies, the Flaming Lips, and Cyndi Lauper joined the entire audience of twenty-eight hundred in singing “Space Oddity” as a finale. Perhaps...Show More Summary

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