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Electric Würms is the side-project duo of longtime Flaming Lips partners Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd, and they've just announced the impending release of their new EP Musik, Die Shwer Zu Twerk, set…   Read Story »
Tonight is the Billboard Music Awards, live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas! Which raises questions such as "Why does Billboard throw its awards show in May?" and "Who will be there?" To answer your…   Read Story »
If you've kept up with the Flaming Lips for the past few turbulent weeks (or, honestly, years), you may be encouraged to learn that they have some actual new music coming out, even if that new music…   Read Story »
Earlier this month former Flaming Lips drummer Kliph Scurlock caused a stir by claiming that he was fired from the band for criticizing Wayne Coyne's friend Christina Fallin, who had controversially…   Read Story »
What the fuck are Miley Cyrus and Wayne Coyne doing in that Instagram photo up there? Shooting porn? According to Rolling Stone, the fearless freaks' friendship has been blossoming in other ways…   Read Story »
Kliph Scurlock, who played drums in the Flaming Lips for 12 years, recently parted ways with the band. And last week, after a great deal of online speculation, Scurlock gave his side of the story,…   Read Story »
Wayne Coyne likes to pal around with other Oklahoma celebs -- here he is hanging out with Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant -- and one of those pals is Christina Fallin, the daughter of…   Read Story »
In recent weeks, Miley Cyrus hasn't just shared her stage with the Flaming Lips; she's also gotten together with them (and with MGMT's Andrew VanWyngarden) to record a cover of the Beatles' "Lucy In…   Read Story »
The Flaming Lips recently shared Flaming Side Of The Moon, a new piece of music that's intended to accompany both Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon and The Wizard Of Oz -- which requires nearly as…   Read Story »
The summer festival scene grows ever more crowded, and now a fairly major new one called the Hudson Project Festival has announced that it'll come to Winston Farm in Saugerties, New York (near the…   Read Story »