Nothing surprises me anymore.
A musical monster mash just in time for Halloween.
Alison Wonderland is on a roll. Her single I Want U from 2014’s Calm Down EP was voted #37 in triple j’s Hottest 100. Not that the Sydney DJ/producer is necessarily aware of how the song has transcended the dance scene. “I still don’t really have an opinion about it ’cause it’s so close to
Alison Wonderland has dropped a dark, action-packed video for her latest single, U Don’t Know. The intense clip sees the Aussie DJ/producer act alongside Christopher Mintz-Plasse, best known for his role as McLovin in Superbad. Here, though, Mintz-Plasse trades the dopey mannerisms for fully unleashed instability, apparently kidnapping our AW and driving her into the
Just last week, The Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne responded to allegations of racism laid against him by former band member Kliph Scurlock, labelling the drummer a “pathological liar”. Now Scurlock has come forward once again to clarify his original comments, making it clear that he does not believe Wayne Coyne is a racist. In
The Flaming Lips‘ frontman Wayne Coyne has unleashed an incredible attack against his band’s former drummer Kliph Scurlock, labelling him among other things a “pathological liar” and “online bully” after Scurlock claimed that he was kicked out of the band because he stood up against racism. Scurlock, who left the band in March, last week
In the wake of former Flaming Lips drummer Kliph Scurlock‘s explosive allegations of racism and abuse, which he levelled at his former bandmates in an open letter sent to Pitchfork, members of the band have now responded, rubbishing Scurlock’s claims and the alleged reason for his departure. In the account published by Pitchfork, Scurlock described
After announcing his departure from the band back in March, The Flaming Lips drummer Kliph Scurlock has jumped back into the spotlight, both guns blazing, with claims that he was fired from the band for criticising a friend of frontman Wayne Coyne, who Scurlock believed was engaging in racist behaviour. As Gawker reported, Coyne’s friend
In what we, for all intents and purposes, will refer to as “the real world,” disputes and arguments start for all manner of reasons. Some are silly, trivial, and quickly resolved, while others are deep-rooted, mean-spirited, and can quickly turn into a longstanding rivalry or animosity between parties. In the music world, things are similar,
Wayne Coyne was well aware of Instagram‘s rule and guidelines when he started a new account earlier in the year, having just been kicked off for posting inappropriate material, which is why The Flaming Lips frontman isn’t too surprised that he’s been kicked off yet again. However, determined to not be silenced, Coyne has already
Guys, Lip$ha isn’t happening. After pop star Ke$ha featured on psych-rock veterans The Flaming Lips’ recent collaborative album The Flaming Lips And Heady Fwends, it seemed like a full collaborative album – tentatively/cleverly titled Lip$ha – was in the works. Now, Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne has taken to Twitter to confirm the demise of
Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne has been separated from his beloved Instagram account for posting material in violation of Instagram’s content rules. The famed frontman had previously been an avid and prolific user of the social media service, posting copious images from concerts and events. Coyne has since created a new Instagram account and returned
The electronic mastermind Moby has announced that he will be returning to speakers, headphones and airwaves all over the world via his forthcoming album Innocents. Set for release Friday, 27th September, Innocents boasts an impressive list of collaborators and saw the godfather of modern EDM tag an outside producer for the first time in his
Fancy getting 4 VIP tickets to Southbound 2014? If so, you need to find The Flaming Lips‘ giant laser hands, which went missing after the band’s appearance at the festival in Bussleton, WA on the weekend. The hands are a pretty pivotal part of the band’s live show – and the guys are pretty devastated
Now here’s a pretty cool compensation gift for missing a flight. NME reports that The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne has accepted a fan’s request to take acid with him and Yoko Ono after the fan missed his flight due to the bomb-scare caused by Coyne earlier this month. Coyne was stopped at Will Rogers airport
Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne caused quite a commotion earlier in the month when he brought a non-explodable grenade to Oklahoma Airport. Although the incident occurred on November 10, reports have only just surfaced as to the extent of the fiasco. As reported by Spin, an x-ray scan of Coyne’s luggage alerted security to a
The Flaming Lips have covered UK band King Crimson’s 1969 debut album In the Court of the Crimson King in its entirety. Wayne Coyne and co’s reworked version of the 5-track record is called Playing Hide and Seek with the Ghosts of Dawn which, according to Antiquiet, was completed with the help of fellow bands
Recently a handful of tweets, pics and footage have surfaced on the Internet of The Flaming Lips’ frontman Wayne Coyne and piano extraordinaire Ben Folds collaborating together in a studio on an unnamed piece of music. Though the song title may be a mystery at this stage, the track will eventually appear on the upcoming
The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne is considering ending his ongoing saga with Erykah Badu by re-shooting the video for their song The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face…with another music star.
The Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne has fired the latest shot in the ongoing video saga between his band and Erykah Badu – stating that Badu’s reaction to the video is “in the realm of a creation of controversy”.