After weeks of anticipation, griping, and anticipatory griping, The Great GoogaMooga food and music festival got underway on a beautiful Friday yesterday with a big concert (The Darkness/The Flaming Lips/Yeah Yeah Yeahs) and lots of vendors. Show More Summary
The Darkness in The Daylight @ GoogaMooga 2013 (via Ana Bollocks) GoogaMooga 2013 is now officially underway. Flaming Lips on at 6:15pm, also in the light (followed by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs). Check out pictures from the Lips' dark sho...
Whoa, baby. When you're at the Great GoogaMooga this weekend, exchanging chef trading cards, eating Toro's snail paella, and jamming to the Flaming Lips, look out for this mammoth of a sculpture. "Sugar artist" Margaret Braun completed the 25-foot-tall cake at 3 a.m. Show More Summary
by Dominick Mastrangelo The Flaming Lips @ Wellmont Theatre, 5/16/2013 The Flaming Lips played the first of two New York-area shows last night (5/16) at the Wellmont Theatre in Montclair, New Jersey. It was near-sensory overload -- as all Flaming...
The Flaming Lips, Kendrick Lamar, Mastodon, Miguel, Portugal. the Man, Metric, Citizen Cope, Ludacris, Dr. Dog, Gogol Bordello, Wavves, The Mowgli's, Gaslight Anthem, Best Coast, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, more included in the lineup.
Wayne Coyne has maybe been doing a lot of drugs lately—not that that’s a bad thing. The Flaming Lips frontman helmed the Oklahoma darlings’ performance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night wearing nothing but a sort of laser loincloth,...Show More Summary
Via Pitchfork: Having just hosted Vampire Weekend and Phoenix, “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” has been on a total hot streak this week. They kept it going last night with the Flaming Lips, who performed the Terror track “Try to Explain” along with a cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes”. Show More Summary
The veteran psychedelic rockers pushed the limits of normalcy on late-night TV.
Does the world need another cover of this David Bowie classic? Sure, why the hell not. [ Via] --- See more posts by Alex Balk 0 comments
"Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" continues to reel in the mind-blowing musical performances.
Tangles of flashing electrical cords. A nearly naked man, dressed only in his underwear and tangled hair. Rainbow disco balls. More rainbow disco balls. Probably dead animals buried beneath the lit-up tubes. Yup, it can only mean the...Show More Summary
The Flaming Lips, who continue their NYC-area adventure with a show at Wellmont Theater in NJ tonight (5/16) followed by an early Friday gig for GoogaMooga in Prospect Park, played Fallon last night. Watch the performance that aired, the...
The Flaming Lips visited NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, where they not only performed Try To Explain off their new album, The Terror, but front man Wayne Coyne also sat in on a game of Pictionary with fellow Fallon guests...Show More Summary
The promo-mode Flaming Lips checked into 30 Rock last night to perform Jimmy Fallon once more before Fallon makes the long move to another floor on 30 Rock to host The Tonight Show. To mark the occasion, which largely served to promote the Lips new record The Terror, the band performed album cut “Try To [...]
It's never a dull night with Wayne Cyone.
Flaming Lips in Toronto (more by David Andrako) The Flaming Lips were planning on landing in Simsbury, CT on July 15th, but Simsbury, CT has decided Wayne Coyne and crew will need to make other plans:The town has decided against...
LA-based musician and producer Eddie Ruscha has worked with everyone from John Cale to DJ Harvey, toured with the Flaming Lips, and releases his experimental electronics on cassette. So, why have you never heard of him? Simply put, he’s...Show More Summary
New soundtrack also features My Morning Jacket, Warpaint, Alabama Shakes, The Flaming Lips, and more
Via The Daily Swarm: A Rational Conversation is a regular column by writer Eric Ducker where he gets on iChat or Gchat or Skype or whatever with a special guest to examine a subject that’s been on his mind. 2013 marks the 30th year anniversary...Show More Summary
Of the myriad things Wayne Coyne has said in the press tour behind The Terror, the Flaming Lips’ thirteenth album in thirty years, one rings most true: “I don’t know if it’s dark,” he told DIY, “Or it’s just not light. There is a difference.”...Show More Summary