A fake event invitation for a Limp Bizkit concert at an Ohio gas station creates a wave of false but funny concerts on Facebook. So if you've got tickets to see The Flaming Lips at a botox clinic, get a refund.
Artists have been lining up to pay tribute to the late, great David Bowie since his passing—everyone from LCD Soundsystem to the Flaming Lips to Arcade Fire's Win Butler and Kurt Vile. Shearwater added their name to the list with covers from Bowie's 1979 album Lodger for the A.V. Show More Summary
Mutant kingdom meets Possum Kingdom in X-MEN '92 #6.
The Empty Bottle has been a staple of the Chicago music scene for over two decades. That iconic rock club is now getting a book documenting its run. It's called The Empty Bottle Chicago: 21+ Years of Music / Friendly / Dancing, and it's...Show More Summary
Just like KISS before them, the Flaming Lips have entered the two-dimensional world of Marvel comics, as Billboard reports the band makes an appearance in the latest issue of X-Men ’92. The cover art is below, and features Wayne Coyne...Show More Summary
The Flaming Lips will visit the Marvel universe in the August issue of X-Men '92, a retro comic set in the Nineties continuity. "Being in an X-Men comic where they (the X-Men themselves) actually run security at one of our shows … I should have written a song about that," singer Wayne...
In Chris Sims, Chad Bowers and Alti Firmansay's "X-Men 92" #6, the X-Men will come across the Flaming Lips and the Toadies.
X-Men '92 is a currently published Marvel comic set in the '90s X-Men continuity, back when they wore all those colorful outfits. The Flaming Lips will appear as themselves in an upcoming issue, as Billboard reports. They're on the cover,...Show More Summary
Lately, the world-dominating comic book company Marvel has been making some entreaties to the music world — publishing a few Run The Jewels-themed covers, nodding to classic rap artwork in some other covers. And now, as Billboard reports, a new X-Men title will feature a full-on guest appearance from OG freak-rockers the Flaming Lips. The […]
The Saskatchewan folkies opened their third eyes at The Flaming Lips's crib.
The Flaming Lips visited The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Tuesday for a riveting, trippy cover of David Bowie's "Space Oddity," which the band recently released as a digital single and music video. "My next guests fell from space, or Oklahoma," Colbert said. Coyne and company were originally scheduled to perform on Late...
A neon-hued, bizarre performance for the Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Last night, the Flaming Lips were the musical guests on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert." The band paid tribute to David Bowie with their cover of "Space Oddity," with Wayne Coyne climbing onto Chewbacca's shoulders near the end—as...Show More Summary
Wayne Coyne recounted his myriad musical influences, and some stories from his peculiar past, in a web exclusive video for The Late Show, which arrived ahead of the Flaming Lips' tribute to David Bowie tonight, April 19th. "I asked Stephen about perhaps making separate appearances on the show for every band that I...
Wayne Coyne and gang play to a church filled with balloon audience members in the video for this David Bowie cover, which embraces the sort of enigmatic performance that itself would not exist if it weren’t for Bowie himself. A fitting tribute to the master of theatricality.
Many David Bowie fans, several influential musicians among them, gathered at Carnegie Hall earlier this month to pay tribute to the late icon. The two-day “Music Of David Bowie” memorial concert featured performances by Cyndi Lauper, Blondie, J. Show More Summary
A space church, lasers, and crying nuns join together in a fitting tribute.
The Flaming Lips have shared a video of a cover of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity”, featuring lasers, nuns, and sad balloons. Watch below: Continue reading
What a truly wonderful tribute. It's been a little over two months since David Bowie sadly succumbed to his battle with liver cancer, and his musical compatriots are still reeling from his death. We've already seen beautiful salutes to Ziggy Stardust thanks to Lady GaGa's gorgeous Grammy performance and Lorde and Annie Lennox's partnership at the BRIT [...]
It's got lasers and sexy nuns. What more could you ask for?