Tag: Black Lips

FLOODfest SXSW 2017 Takes Austin

Black Lips, Karen Elson, Middle Kids, and more helped us take over Cedar Street.

RSVP: Original Penguin Presents FLOODfest at SXSW [UPDATED]

We’re bringing the noise back to the Cedar Street Courtyard in Austin, Texas, on Thursday, March 16, and Friday, March 17.

PREMIERE: Nick Waterhouse Wants to Blow the Doors off the “Old Place” in New Video

“Never Twice” is out September 30 via Innovative Leisure.

Fuck (Yeah to) Everything: FYF Fest 2016

A good music festival for a bad year.

LISTEN: Hang with Hinds in the New Track “Garden”

“Leave Me Alone” is out January 8 on Mom + Pop

The Stones to Shine a Light on Canada at This Year’s Festival d’été de Québec

More than 300 shows are lined up over eleven days, including sets from Interpol, Run The Jewels, Black Lips, Future Islands, De La Soul, and METZ.

Burger Boogaloo Adds Jonathan Richman, Fuzz, to Their Fourth of July Party (Hosted By John Waters!) in Oakland

The newcomers will join Black Lips, King Khan & BBQ Show, The Mummies, The Gories, and loads more on July 4 and 5 in Mosswood Park.

Burgerama 4: In Photos

Burger Records’ annual extravaganza took over the Observatory in Santa Ana with Weezer, Ty Segall, FIDLAR, Black Lips, and a whole lot more.

LISTEN: The King Khan & BBQ Show Announce First LP in Five Years, Share New Track “Alone Again”

It had been a while since we’ve heard anything from The King Khan & BBQ Show (five years, to be precise), but as it turns out,…

Insane Lineup for Burgerama Four Announced, Including Weezer, Ariel Pink, Ty Segall, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

Along with the fantastic, low-key Woodsist Fest, Burger Records’ annual Burgerama festival has quickly become an indie rock tradition for Californians (particularly for those who…

Bar Band Supergroup Diamond Rugs Announce New Album, “Cosmetics”

The boozy bar band Diamond Rugs, which features members from Deer Tick, Black Lips, Dead Confederate, and, um, Los Lobos and Six Finger Satellite, can…

Fun Fun Fun Fest 2014: In Photos

Capturing the sights from the sounds of the three-day weekend, including John Waters, Modest Mouse, Death From Above 1979, Ginuwine, Fred Armisen, and more.

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