Lead single "The Castle" expected to arrive tonight.
Oh My Gawd!!! The Flaming Lips have just announced a new album called Oczy Mlody, their 15th studio release. The album follows 2013’s The Terror, as well as last year’s Miley Cyrus collaboration and that one Beatles covers record that...Show More Summary
It's their first album of (non-Miley Cyrus-fronted) original music since 2013's The Terror. Continue reading…
The Flaming Lips have announced a new album called Oczy Mlody, their follow-up to 2013’s The Terror, 2014’s Beatles covers record With a Little Help From My Fwends and last year's Miley Cyrus collaboration Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz. Show More Summary
The Flaming Lips announced a new album today titled Oczy Mlody — try saying that five times fast — and apparently its first single, “The Castle,” will be out at midnight. The album’s already viewable on iTunes in New Zealand, and it’s slated to be released on 1/13. Check out the tracklist below. Oczy Mlody […]
Our friends over at House of Creatives are getting ready for their Inaugural Music Festival and for the first one they got some major star power! I'm particularly psyched for Flaming Lips who I don't think have ever played South Florida before (at least that I could remember). Show More Summary
Friday classes at The Yoga Box will feature "a special Flaming Lips Playlist."
Wayne Coyne announced via Instagram that The Flaming Lips will share “brand new, never heard before” music during classes at The Yoga Box in Oklahoma City. Friday classes during the month of October “will feature a special Flaming Lips...Show More Summary
Academy Award-nominated actor John Malkovich has spent the last week sharing videos of himself reimagining various classic David Lynch characters from throughout the years, including Henry Spencer from Eraserhead, The Elephant Man’s John Merrick, “Twin Peaks” detective Dale Cooper, and Lynch himself. Show More Summary
At the Chicago edition of this year’s Riot Fest The A.V. Club put together a questionnaire for bands to answer. They were four open-ended questions followed by a round of word association, and then a shot of Chicago’s favorite beverage, Malort. Show More Summary
This weekend, enjoy swing dancing, Flaming Lips, Drago's oysters and more.
It would be worth going to Riot Fest solely for the people. The three-day music festival boasts what's probably Chicago's most diverse crowd, spanning every race and age, with the one common thread being the eclectic and wide-ranging acts playing Douglas Park over the weekend. If you're people-watching,...
Our full review of day one is on the way, but meanwhile check out a gallery of photos from Riot Fest Day One. Continue reading…
Beautiful weather (unless you got caught in GWAR's fake blood splash zone) and big sounds helped kick off a great start to Riot Fest on Friday. [ more › ]
The Flaming Lips, Jimmy Eat World, and Descendents are among those scheduled to appear.
Gimmick kings the Flaming Lips have just partnered with Illinois craft distillery FEW Spirits to bring you Brainville Rye Whiskey, their very own whiskey named after one of my very favorite Flaming Lips songs. According to a press release, “Brainville Rye Whiskey is made from a combination of rye, corn and malted barley, and aged […]
Holy habaneros, girl! Somebody grab a fire extinguisher because my lips are on FIYAHHH! — and I’m not talking jalapeños. I’m talking next-level ghost pepper to the Nth degree flames rising up from the depths of the earth’s primordial...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Jungle, MGMT, Broken Bells, Flaming Lips Song: Goldie Chorus - Soon What's so good? Mmmmmmmm that bassline. It really carries this song, though saying that is in no way meant to diminish the value/quality of everything else in the song. Show More Summary
Last year seemed like the best time for Moby to get Moby & The Void Pacific Choir off the ground. He had just linked with Miley Cyrus on the Flaming Lips’ “Blonde SuperFreak Steals The Magic Brain” video in 2014 during that brief period where it was like hot, steamy indie adultery to do so. […]
Sharon Van Etten recently contributed to the Squidbillies soundtrack and covered the Flaming Lips for the Amazon series Gortimer Gibbon’s Life On Normal Street, so it comes as no great surprise that she scored her first film, Strange Weather, this year on top of those other projects, as Film Music Reporter points out. The forthcoming […]