See also: Our complete Coachella coverage Saturday at Coachella meant tributes, tributes, tributes. From Levon Helms to Biggie, everyone got a shout-out. In between all that, some nasty partying and a little recreational drug use. Read our highly-trained writers as they tell you the the best things ... More >>
By Adam Lovinus See also: *Our complete Coachella coverage *Coachella Preview 2012: Everything You Need to Know About the Performers *Coachella: Five Signs You're An Aging Hipster This year's Coachella lineup mostly favored artists not necessarily known for guitar prowess, but it did feature some ... More >>
No pickle shot in this video. But expect the YouTube soon. See also: *The Best Of Coachella: Day One *"What My Spirit Hood Means To Me": Coachella-Goers Explain *Coachella Preview 2012: Everything You Need to Know About the Performers The Black Lips started off Saturday at Coachella with a bang. T ... More >>
Timothy NorrisCole Alexander of The Black Lips Who: The Black Lips Where: The Music Box When: 6/24/11 The energy in the Music Box crackled before the Black Lips even arrived on stage last night. The opening acts had done a good job of getting the crowd all riled up. T-shirts were already soa ... More >>
Jessica DustonCole Alexander of The Black Lips Last night marked the beginning of Filter Magazine's first ever Culture Collide Festival which will be running until Sunday evening. As festivals go, this is a pretty ambitious undertaking for its first time out. Not one, not two, but six differ ... More >>
Saturday night at the El Rey Black Lips and Nobunny turned the art deco venue into a punk rock doo-wop dance party, complete with creaky blues-ghost howling. The two acts are a perfect pairing, and whipped the place into a stage diving, mosh pit hurricane. Timothy NorrisNobunny will fuck you up. St ... More >>
Better late than never on this, but totally worth the wait. A few weeks back Videothing used the West Coast Sound guestlist portal to make their way with video camera into the Black Lips show at the El Rey Theatre.
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(Photos by Rena Kosnett. Click here for more) The Troubadour got punked. The proliferation of stage jumpers, crowd surfers, beverage throwers, and scaffolding climbers that came out to see The Black Lips on Friday totally emasculated the Troubadour's large and normally austere bouncers. There we ... More >>