Since 2013, Jake Ingalls has played guitar and synths with beloved psychedelic alt-rock band The Flaming Lips. But that group is very much Wayne Coyne’s baby, and Ingalls has his own creative itches to scratch — hence, Spaceface. The Memphis-based psychedelic six-piece have been playing live for five years, honing a set that is as trippy as their name suggests, thanks to avant-garde pop with Laurel Canyon–esque harmonies and a homemade lighting rig. You can practically see the lava lamps on the two EPs the band have released over the past 12 months — Ingalls and his bandmates are not ones to hide their 1970s influences. But there’s a contemporary edge that sets them apart from the dozens of Grateful Dead–philes out there. Sugar Candy Mountain and Veronica Bianqui complete the bill.