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Orange County's eclectic Beach Goth festival, organized by surf-rock weirdos the Growlers, returned for its third year on Saturday. The fest included a diverse lineup, some wandering Oompa Loompas,…   Read Story »
The Flaming Lips' much-discussed tribute album to the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is finally here. Like their Dark Side Of The Moon reimagining from a few years ago, With A Little…   Read Story »
Foxygen gave a wild performance on the WGN Morning News show in Chicago yesterday. They played ...And Star Power track "Brooklyn Police Station." Frontman Sam France did a lot of jumping around and…   Read Story »
We did it, everyone! We came up with the least glamorous music video ever made. I don't know what held the title before this week, but I do know that nothing else will ever hold it again. That piece…   Read Story »
Today, Foxygen release ...And Star Power, their messy, ambitious sprawl of a new album. And they've also chosen this morning to share their video for the seductively shambling album track "Coulda…   Read Story »
Foxygen broke through with last year's We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors Of Peace & Magic, a relatively short album of breezy psych-rock tunes, but for their follow up they're held nothing back.…   Read Story »
When Foxygen announced their new album ...And Star Power, they promised a "gaggle of guest stars" and now they've revealed some of that gaggle. In a tweet today, they said that the Flaming Lips, of…   Read Story »
Next month, Californian psych-rock sprites Foxygen return with their new album ...And Star Power. First single "How Can You Really" didn't exactly announce any grand departures from the band's old…   Read Story »
This past weekend brought the Pioneertown edition of the Woodsist Festival, now in its second year. The label delivered several bands to the Southern California desert location, including Foxygen,…   Read Story »
Last month, Foxygen announced their new album, ...And Star Power, which contains a monster total of 24 songs. We've already heard the first single, "How Can You Really," and saw a live performance of…   Read Story »