From festival cancellations to venue limbo to self-quarantine, the spread of COVID-19 has completely rocked the music industry.
The 'Satan's Graffiti or God's Art?' cut now has visuals.
A marquee week for indie rock has new records from Mac DeMarco, Black Lips, and Cayetana.
On the eve of launching their new album, 'Satan's Graffiti or God's Art?' Black Lips hosted a screening of the film at The Roxy Cinema.
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The second single from 'Satan’s graffiti or God’s art?' doesn’t evolve the band’s sound, but it does sound like a fish sprouting legs and scuttling to shore.
Their forthcoming eighth studio album was produced by Sean Lennon.
The former Black Lips guitarist's new album 'Fixed Focus' is out April 7.
Iggy Pop, Patti Smith and More of Your Favorite Rockstars Will Appear in Terrence Malick’s New Movie
Finally, something for you and your dad to bond over.
"Breaking Into Aldi" was written with Sean Lennon and that bloke from the Black Lips, and is a prerequisite to ram-raiding a supermarket.
The song appears off of an upcoming split with the Coathangers.