Sounds like: Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Tame Impala, The Flaming Lips Song: POND - The Weather What's so good? Chances are you know of POND because they often share members with Tame Impala. Or, maybe you know them because we've featured them on Indie Shuffle a whole bunch. Show More Summary
Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne, Biz Markie, Portgual. The Man, and more are featured in a new children’s series, as Stereogum points out. It’s called “RAD Lands,” and it’s presented by Chipotle and developed with the creators of “Yo...Show More Summary
The Flaming Lips have announced a new “live(ish)” album. It’s called Onboard the International Space Station Concert for Peace, and it is out for this year’s Record Store Day on April 22 (via Warner Bros.). The set is pressed on orange vinyl and limited to 2,700 copies. Show More Summary
Like many Januarys before, but perhaps more than most, big time releases from the indie/alt. rock worlds came pouring in at the end of the […] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe
The Top 10 Songs revival has gone off well! You guys definitely want the top 10 songs every month, so, like Ray Davies screamed on […] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe
The Flaming Lips are on tour now in support of this year's typically weird and psychedelic Oczy Mlody... Continue reading…
01. Pavement- "Range Life" 02. The Dismemberment Plan - "I Love a Magician" 03. The Flaming Lips - "Waitin' for a Superman" 04. Radiohead - "Paranoid Android" 05. Nirvana - "I Hate Myself and Want to Die" 06. Morrisey - "I am Hated for Loving"
Requested by ur friend from 2017 • Compiled by Panda 01. Pavement- “Range Life” 02. The Dismemberment Plan - “I Love a Magician” 03. The Flaming Lips - “Waitin’ for a Superman” 04. Radiohead - “Paranoid Android” 05. Nirvana - “I Hate Myself and Want to Die” 06. Morrisey - “I am Hated for Loving”
The Flaming Lips, The Radio Dept, Tanya Tagaq, Foxing, the star-studded "Love Rocks NYC" benefit, Totally Mild, The Luyas, Neko Case and more NYC-area show options for your Thursday. Continue reading…
The Flaming Lips might not blow minds as reliably as they did a decade or two ago. But when you give them a chance to perform on TV, they still do everything in their power to make it an experience. Case in point: Last night, the Lips were the musical guests on Stephen Colbert's Late…
And no, you're not still tripping from last night.
Time and money don’t seem to have tempered the fountain of weirdness that gushes from The Flaming Lips—if anything, mainstream success seems to have made the group even more determined to prove that they’re still acid-addled freaks at heart. Show More Summary
The Flaming Lips were the musical guests on last night’s episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Wayne Coyne and company (and a pair of astronauts, and a unicorn) performed “There Should Be Unicorns” from Oczy Mlody. Watch the performance, as well as the song’s trippy new music video, below. Check out our episode of “Over/Under” with Wayne Coyne on Pitchfork.tv:
Last night, the Flaming Lips performed their Oczy Mlody track "There Should Be Unicorns" on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, and they've followed that up with a video for the song. In characteristic Flaming Lips fashion, it features a bunch of trippy shit that doesn't make any sense but looks cool, including Wayne Coyne…
Sounds like: MGMT, Glass Animals, The Flaming Lips, Tame Impala Song: Iffy Orbit - Let It Go What's so good? When good music stands on its own, it means that it leans to the side that is closer to perfection than not. And maybe you still believe that "perfection" is subjective. Show More Summary
Today's NYC shows include STEVENSTEVEN (Blue's Clues, Flaming Lips), Run the Jewels, and more. Continue reading…
The Atlanta superstar also wants elements of Jimi Hendrix and Liberace in his repertoire
Like many Januarys before, but perhaps more than most, January 2017 big time releases came pouring in in the last couple of weeks of the […] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe
“Children of the sun and moon are coming to the same conclusion, we are made of the same light reflection, an illusion.” The Flaming Lips’ Jake Ingalls makes dreamy pscyhedelia with his bandmates in Spaceface. Sun Kids is the title track for their upcoming album.