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.
The Flaming Lips’ eccentric mastermind discusses Trump, Kanye and giant glowing unicorns.
Kill Rock Stars is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Elliott Smith’s Either/Or with an expanded edition reissue of the record. Continuing the commemoration, the label is now partnering with Sean Cannon’s “The Guestlist” for a new series...Show More Summary
Taken from the anti-Trump compilation album Our First 100 Days.
Experimental rap group clipping. are touring this year, including a run opening for The Flaming Lips. They'll be on both of the Lips' NYC-area shows -- March 9 at Terminal 5 (tickets) and March 11 at The Space at Westbury (tickets) -- and they'll also play a headlining NYC show right in between them... Continue reading…
The latest in the 'Our First 100 Days' protest series. Continue reading…
They worked on the album with Flaming Lips collaborator Dave Fridmann and Shearwater collaborator Danny Reisch. Continue reading…
Sounds like: Gorillaz, Flaming Lips Song: Superorganism - Something For Your Mind What's so good? This is such a cool song. I can't stop playing it on repeat. And to top it all off... The lead behind this band is only 17-years-old. That's kinda crazy. Show More Summary
"They've probably been tolerating us for a long, long time, wishing they could kill us." The Flaming Lips frontman takes on Trump, creativity, and the band's surreal new album, 'Oczy Mlody.'
The Flaming Lips talk their new album, technology and stage shows and the dream record release parties they would have liked to attend.
APTBS will also have a new track on the anti-Trump protest project 'Our First 100 Days.' Continue reading…
The inspiration for the title of The Flaming Lips’ new album, “Oczy Mlody,” came from inside Polish novel Blisko Domu, which frontman Wayne Coyne found at a used book store. Going against conventional wisdom, he judged the book by the cover. Show More Summary
The Flaming Lips Oczy Mlody [Warner Bros.; 2017] Rating: 1.5/5 3 0 years and 14 albums into their unlikely career, the story of The Flaming Lips has become one of gradual decay and renewal. The core trio of Wayne Coyne, Steven Drozd,...Show More Summary
“When asked (about our newest album Oczy Mlody) what does your new stuff sound like..?? My current response has been that it sounds like Syd Barrett meets A$AP Rocky and they get trapped in a fairy tale from the future.” It’s Wayne Coyne himself, penning those words in the official press release for his Flaming Lips’s newest album, Oczy Mlody, out last Friday from Warner Bros.
The Flaming Lips return with their first primary discography release since 2013’s pain pop masterpiece, The Terror. The band has become pro’s at surprises, and their new record Oczy Mlody is their biggest surprise yet: it’s a disappointment.The band has made a career out of psychedelic... Continue reading
Though this year’s Pickathon festival in Oregon won’t have a fictional Flaming Lips feud, its actual musical acts should be at least as entertaining as that Portlandia gag. Held every year at Pendarvis Farm just outside of Portland,Show More Summary
Hey, did you know Miley Cyrus likes smoking pot? The singer celebrated more of her favorite things — Liam Hemsworth, the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne and her kid sister, Noah — by throwing them a "joint" birthday party in the USA. The bash...Show More Summary