Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' landing on U.S. soil for the first time. It's a pretty big deal, and an event that's being celebrated all over the place -- from magazine covers and online feature stories to record-store shelves and television.
The Flaming Lips headlined the Warner Sound showcase at SXSW 2013 last night (March 14), and Oklahoma's finest experimental rockers gave fans a rare treat. As Billboard reports, the band performed their critically acclaimed ‘Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots' nearly in its entirety (watch ‘Are You a Hypnotist??’ above and ‘Do You Realize??’ below), and that meant keeping the party going until after
As an official sponsor for Record Store Day, which takes place nationally on April 20 and celebrates the culture surrounding still-standing indie record stores, Warner Bros. are rolling out limited edition vinyl treats from artists like the Black Keys, the Flaming Lips and Tegan and Sara.
Can you believe it has been 20 long years since the Flaming Lips released their major label debut album, ‘Hit to Death in the Future Head,’ which dropped this week back in August 1992? In retrospect, two decades passing seems very appropriate, considering how much the band’s sonic blueprint has changed — and considering their now-veteran status and long-running success. But 20 years ago, the Lips