Wayne Coyne is naked, again. Keith Richards watches Wayne Coyne play Pictionary. Beck and his all-star mates announce a 'Song Book' gig. Ozzy Osbourne doesn't remember stuff. And Diddy reveals that he's a liar.
The reunited Black Flag get dirty; Flaming Lips get very dirty; Deftones make you jump, jump; Kanye predicts the apocalypse; and Daft Punk's pizza man reveals all
The Flaming Lips' frontman and general maniac Wayne Coyne talked to FL about the new album, X0rated comic books and whether the giant bubble is really gone for good.
A quick glimpse of the new Black Sabbath album and news that The Flaming Lips plan to cover The Stone Roses, even if they don't like them that much, in this weekend's international news roundup.
JODY MACGREGOR picks out the best bits of music this week, from Laura Imbruglia's werewolf-country song to the triumphant return of QOTSA.
Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne has revealed that the band are working on a new album with their former 'Heady Fwends' and favourite collaborator Ke$ha.
A spaceman, a baby with the face of a bearded man, naked cannibals, blood, guts, loads of aluminium foil and a scene at the end involving a mincer that’s a bit too distressing to describe.
Pot. Kettle. Black.
The Flaming Lips want you to change your mobile phone plan, a cat covers Roy Orbison and Trent Rezor reinvents himself again -- all this, and more, in our morning round-up of international news.
Southbound, like all great music festivals, brings people together, creates friendships and uses music to build new memories.
Organisers of the Southbound Festival are offering a reward for the return of a stolen set of laser hands belonging to The Flaming Lips.
Overheard countless times was the invariable conclusion that Flume was going to be sick and that The Flaming Lips – whoever they might be – were probably from the ’80s.
Madonna threatens smokers, PSY hits a billion and Dizzee Rascal soundtracks New Year’s – all this, and more, in our weekend round-up of international news.
The Flaming Lips are not ones to shy away from their own eccentricities.