Oklahoma City Philharmonic’s Discovery Family show Celebrate Black History features local rapper and activist Gregory Jerome.
Even if it’s not particularly flattering to others or to myself, I have to put it out there because that’s the truth and that’s the only — I care about books too much.
“I don’t know who that boy with Wayne Coyne is though,” some uttered.
Miley Cyrus plans to record a nude music video with The Flaming Lips.
Wayne Coyne carries around a diaper bag because traveling is hard, man!
The Lost Ogle isn’t being very nice. We need cuddles.
Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips designs cover of new book.
There really isn’t a how, why or what to Electric Würms. It just is, and maybe that’s the point — to take it at face value and attempt to listen without the legacy of The Flaming Lips ringing in your ear.
The world of The Flaming Lips is as big and boundless as the one we all live in, a free-roaming plane of existence void of borders, gravity or order.
The well-documented split between former Flaming Lips drummer Kliph Scurlock and Wayne Coyne is rather complex. But for the uninitiated, here’s the condensed version: Scurlock no like Coyne. Coyne no like Scurlock. It all started back in March, when Scurlock took to social media to criticize Christina Fallin (our governor’s daughter) for sporting an American…