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Love Is All Around When The Flaming Lips Are Involved

The Flaming Lips on Selective Memory

The Flaming Lips will perform at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park on September 19 With The Flaming Lips’ upcoming Indianapolis concert this September, the reaction to the news could have been an “Oh no, The Flaming Lips are returning. . . again.” With the band’s recent

Heliotropes – Over There That Way (The End Records)


Numsuwankijkul gets lost in time with Heliotropes new album Jessica Numsuwankijkul returns with what may be one of the most poignant social statements of our times. Finally, someone tackles the current socio-political landscape that music so often ignores today. And Numsuwankijkul is elegant in her lyrical duality to create an instant classic. “War

Review: Joy – Ride Along! (Tee Pee Records)

What kind of name is Joy? At first I was hoping that it was an acronym like J.O.Y., like Join Our Youth, or something like that. That would be cool, right? You feel like you are a part of something on the fringe, like enlisting in the draft during World

Friday Night Video: New Madrid – Don’t Hold Me Now New Madrid's "Don't Hold Me Now" is a vibration back to an imperfect technical world filled with the glitch and the scratch. Futurist tracers fill the void as this band builds a psychedelic pop premise that is slightly askew. The video is hypnotic to say the least in the same

Doug Tuttle – It Calls On Me Doug Tuttle returns with a sophomore album in February, and this is the title track. The ex-MMOSS member explores the fragility of pop through psychedelic lenses. The title track swirls around with misty eyes as Tuttle builds a melody that is entrancing as words becomes a metamorphosis, turning into a free-spirited

Blackfoot Braves: Blackfoot Braves

All of the cards are in place, everything is nailed down to a tee. It is even replicant down to the record label name, a label that could have easily existed in the ‘60s, churning out bubblegum and psych rock hit makers. Can you envision it now? Blackfeet Braves have studied