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Black Lips' woodsy, Patrick-Carney-assisted Underneath The Rainbow is out today, and the garage rockers have marked the occasion by releasing a video for album track "Justice After All." Directors…   Read Story »
On their new album Underneath The Rainbow, Atlanta garage-rock warriors the Black Lips, once known for stunts like drinking their own piss onstage, are mellowing out considerably. The band…   Read Story »
Late last year, Black Lips announced their Patrick Carney-assisted new album, Underneath The Rainbow, which was followed by lead single "Boys In The Wood." Today, the Atlanta band have dropped…   Read Story »
This is the time of year when everyone gets very confused and worried about who's going to win big at the Grammys, and we are not facing down the sad likelihood that the music industry is about to…   Read Story »
When the newest single from Black Lips came out we were promised two things: it would be about "bathtub drugs" and "bathtub gin." It delivered, and now its video features even more of that. What…   Read Story »
We're almost (almost!) done reflecting on the year that was, so it's time to start taking a closer look at the year that will be. For the past several years, we've ranked our most anticipated albums.…   Read Story »
When we heard about Black Lips' rootsy new Patrick-Carney-assisted LP Underneath The Rainbow, we were promised a song called "Boys In The Wood" (pun) about "doing bathtub drugs and drinking bathtub…   Read Story »
The last Black Lips album was 2011's Arabia Mountain, which found them working with two very different producers, retro pop and hip-hop specialist Mark Ronson and Deerhunter guitarist Lockett Pundt.…   Read Story »
Lonnie Holley is a 63-year-old visual artist from Birmingham, Alabama, and he's been a part of the so-called outsider art world for more than 30 years. Late last year, he released Just Before Music,…   Read Story »
'60s-style garage-rock seems to exist in a state of perpetual revival, but the people making the music these days sure dress nicer than they did back in the '90s bowling-shirt era. Someone at GQ…   Read Story »