Garage rockers The Black Lips have already been announced on the lineups for the upcoming Falls and Southbound Festivals and today the band have confirmed that they’ll be also making headline sideshow appearances in Sydney and Melbourne in January 2015. After they finish up their duties on the festival circuit, the boys will play Melbourne’s
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Synth pop and industrial pioneer Gary Numan leads the second round of announcements for the 2014 South By South West festival in Austin, Texas, with the Cars performer and friend of goths everywhere one of just 348 names to be added to the bill today. Couldn’t even get to 350, eh, SXSW? Get it together,
Val Kilmer jumped on stage to rock out with The Black Lips (and trash their gear) at the Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, Texas on the weekend. Rolling Stone reports that the ‘appearance’ came about so Kilmer and his crew could shoot scenes for director Terrence Malick’s untitled new film – which also stars
Black Lips have just announced the supports for their upcoming March Australian tour. Known for their harsh, abrasive sound and alternating male/ female vocals, Circle Pit will join The Lips in Melbourne and Sydney. Geelong’s Frowning Clouds will also join them, while Bed Wettin’ Bad Boys kick off proceedings at The Standard in Sydney. 2011
Photo By Zach Vowell Atlanta garage outfit Black Lips have just announced they’ve finished tracking their new record in New York with none other than Mark Ronson. While you might not really think of the band and the producer together, in a recent interview with Pitchfork Lips leader Jared Swilley had this to say of
Black Lips Melbourne show tomorrow night at the Corner Hotel is now SOLD OUT. Tickets are also selling fast to the band’s Sydney show at Manning Bar on Monday 8th February – get yours quick.
As a journalist every now and again you end up with an interview that is entirely irrelevant. Whether is was because you had shitty questions, or because the artist was stoned out of their mind, it doesn’t matter.
Hallelujah! Yes, 2010 will see the anticipated return of the Atlanta, Georgia natives, Black Lips. Aiming to trump the wild times had on their sold-out, inaugural Australian tour back in 2007, they’re bringing a whole lot more sweat and swagger – not mention the tracks off of their latest album, 200 Million Thousand.