by Andrew Sacher photo: The Flaming Lips at Levitation 2015 (more by Tim Griffin) Last month, Sharon Van Etten released her cover of "Teen Angel" from the upcoming Donovan tribute album, Gazing With Tranquility: A Tribute to Donovan. Rock the...
Next week, Rock The Cause Records will release Gazing With Tranquility, a benefit album that serves as an extended tribute to ’60s folk-pop star Donovan, who did as much as anyone to bring flower-power imagery into the pop mainstream. We’ve already posted Sharon Van Etten’s version of “Teen Angel,” and the album also features Donovan […]
Tickets for the Killing Joke and Soft Moon show at Irving Plaza go on Noisey, Live Nation and Music Geeks presales today at 10 AM (passwords: "NOISEY," "MUSICGEEKS"). Ticketsfor the Scott Weiland and The Icarus Line shows at Gramercy,...
Cyrus and the band of darkly merry freaks from Oklahoma are hitting the road together next month and Chicago will be their first stop. [ more › ]
Miley Cyrus' huge success in due in no small part to her ability to work the press and social media alongside an intense connection with her fans. Cyrus pushed both buttons yet again with the announcement that she and Her Dead Petz (aka The Flaming Lips) are heading out for...
Miley Cyrus has announced a limited-run club tour with The Flaming Lips will kick off November 19th in Chicago, IL and visit five additional cities with dates lined up in New York City, Washington DC, Detroit, Philadelphia and Boston. Show More Summary
Miley Cyrus pulled double-duty on the season premiere of SNL last night, both hosting and performing as the episode’s musical guest. Hillary Clinton introduced her before she took the stage to perform the lovely “Karen Don’t Be Sad” off of her recent surprise album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, looking like a cross between […]
Miley Cyrus released a collaborative album with The Flaming Lips over the summer, and last night (10/3) she brought them out to perform the Yoshimi-esque "Karen Don't Be Sad" on the season 41 premiere of Saturday Night Live. She...
Last night, Miley Cyrus was the host and musical guest on the season premiere of "Saturday Night Live". During the performance, she was joined by her Dead Petz collaborators the Flaming Lips. They did "Karen Don't Be Sad" (introduced...Show More Summary
Miley Cyrus served as both host and musical guest for the 41st season-opening episode of Saturday Night Live, where the singer debuted a pair of Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz tracks live. After being introduced by SNL's unannounced guest Hillary Clinton, Cyrus had her own surprise at the ready as the...
With an introduction from Hillary Clinton.
The Flaming Lips were one of the main musical forces behind Miley Cyrus’ messy, self-indulgent, occasionally great surprise album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, and it looks like they’re continuing to support the former Hannah Montana star on her magical journey of self-discovery. Cyrus is kicking off the new season of Saturday Night Live […]
Miley Cyrus is coming to a city near you — and she's bringing more than her Dead Petz with her! Between hosting the VMAs, dropping a surprise album, and hosting the season premiere of Saturday Night Live, the Wrecking Ball singer is having quite the busy year! But it looks like Miley's sched will only fill up [...]
Hey detritus fans! Here’s a big, box set-ish slab of news for ya. It seems that big, box set-ish, rock & roll band The Flaming Lips have recently announced the release of Heady Nuggs 20 Years After Clouds Taste Metallic 1994-1997, which...Show More Summary
Wayne Coyne has a podcast now! It’s called The Fearless Freakcast, a title modeled after the 2005 Flaming Lips documentary of a similar name, and his first guests were Beach House’s Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally. They came out to Coyne’s Oklahoma City studio to talk about their latest album, Depression Cherry, the struggles of […]
Featuring rarities, B-sides, and previously unreleased live recordings.
After taking Miley Cyrus to adventurous new places, the Flaming Lips will circle back on their history with a massive reissue of their 1995 LP Clouds Taste Metallic. Dubbed Heady Nuggs 20 Years After Clouds Taste Metallic 1994-1997, the 3-CD set features Wayne Coyne and company's original album along with B-sides, "oddities...
It's been twenty years since the Flaming Lips released Clouds Taste Metallic, their seventh LP as well as their last album to feature guitarist Ronald Jones. Today, the band announced a deluxe reissue of the record featuring rarities,...Show More Summary
The Flaming Lips have announced the release Heady Nuggs 20 Years After Clouds Taste Metallic 1994-1997, on November 27th. This will be the Deluxe 20th Anniversary Box Set edition of THE LIPS globally influential and essential edition of CLOUDS TASTE METALLIC 1995 classic album. Show More Summary
Forthcoming Donovan tribute LP also features The Flaming Lips and Hamilton Leithauser.