Celebrating five years in business, Chicago’s Few Spirits recently launched a collaboration with The Flaming Lips and artist Justin Helton to release a new rye called Brainville. Why? Read on… The collaboration actually holds quite a bit of resonance for FEW… Continue reading ?
From The Byrds to Cheap Trick to The Flaming Lips and XTC, these groups followed the path set by the Fab Four. The post 15 Bands Following In The Beatles’ Footsteps appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The Flaming Lips have a new album and tour on the way, and they've just added a very cool opener to several dates on that tour: experimental rap group clipping. Continue reading…
After spending 2016 primarily making Thomas Jefferson seem cool-as-shit, cranking out "Afrofuturist, dystopian concept albums" like Spelndor & Misery and bonus EPs like Wriggle, and even jamming with Conan O'brien, you could probably forgive L.A.-based experimental rap collecti
After spending 2016 primarily making Thomas Jefferson seem cool-as-shit, cranking out “Afrofuturist, dystopian concept albums” like Spelndor & Misery and bonus EPs like Wriggle, and even jamming with Conan O’brien, you could probably forgive L.A.-based experimental rap collective clipping. Show More Summary
Sounds like: The Flaming Lips, Tobacco, Chvrches Song: Mungbean - Am Your Eyes What's so good? "Am Your Eyes" by Mungbean is a super-chill electro-dance tune that exudes reflection. I say that because that's what it did for me. I put this one on repeat just a few days ago and wrote away. Show More Summary
The Flaming Lips have shared the second single from their forthcoming studio LP, Oczy Mlody, along with an official video. “How??” is a slow-burning psych piece with a decidedly modern, hip-hop-esque drum beat; it goes really well with...Show More Summary
Deeper than earthworms on drugs.
Also: More tour dates, and Wayne Coyne will be hosting a Facebook Live chat today. Continue reading…
The second track off Oczy Mlody finds Wayne Coyne channeling his inner Roger Waters.
Early next year, veteran psych-rock overlords the Flaming Lips will release their new album Oczy Mlody, and they’ve already shared first single “The Castle.” Today, they’ve given us a new one called “How??” — a song named after a question that most of us have been asking for the past few years. It’s a gooey, […]
The Flaming Lips have shared a new song “How??” Listen to it below. It is the latest offering from their upcoming album Oczy Mlody (out January 13), and follows the release of the album’s debut single, “The Castle.” Recently, Wayne Coyne...Show More Summary
StevenSteven Foreverywhere album cover It started nearly a decade ago, when former Blue's Clues star Steve Burns and current Flaming Lips instrumentalist Steven Drozd stormed Jack's Big Music Show with "I Hog (the Ground)," which forever and for all time will be the best song for Groundhog Day. Show More Summary
New record features Steven Drozd of Flaming Lips, Matthew E. White, a 40-piece orchestra, more.
The new album features Flaming Lips' Steven Drozd, The Lemon Twigs and full symphony orchestra. Continue reading…
If you're sitting around wishing your life had more whimsy, then look no further than the newly formed duo Steve-n-SteveN's upcoming kid's album Foreverywhere. The two Steve(n)s behind the venture, Blue's Clues Steve Burns and Flaming Lips drummer Steven Drozd, worked together before on Songs for Dustmites, Burns' 2003 album ... More »
When he’s not busy starring in Snopes articles about his own mis-reported death, Steve Burns of Blue’s Clues spends his days making music. Much of his output in recent years has been in close proximity with The Flaming Lips, and especially his friend and partner in Stevedom Steven Drozd. Show More Summary
The Flaming Lips will celebrate Halloween in Oklahoma City on 10/29 by hosting a party called the “Monster Mash Bash.” As Pitchfork points out, Wayne Coyne has been working on a few mashups for the occasion, and he posted previews on Instagram this week. In the first snippet, Coyne combines A$AP Rocky’s “Electric Body” and […]