Twin Peaks released their newest LP, “Sweet ’17 Singles” available in vinyl form and for download online. The album is compiled of singles produced throughout 2017.
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A group of seven musicians stands outside the King’s Cross tube station playing instruments. The group is one of many that can be seen on the streets of London.
Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips sings as fluorescent lights shine behind him and a balloon bounces off his head. The Flaming Lips had confetti cannons, balloons and other props during their performance on Sept. 19.
Alex Chappo, the lead singer of CHAPPO, sings with his bandmates as the opener for the Mac DeMarco and The Flaming Lips. CHAPPO released their first EP, “Plastique Universe,” in 2010 on SoundCloud.
Wayne Coyne stands in front of one of the many props brought to Indianapolis by The Flaming Lips for their Sept. 19 show at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park. At one point during the show, Coyne rode around the audience on a unicorn.
Wayne Coyne rolls around in the crowd in a huge, inflatable hamster ball at The Flaming Lips performance Sept. 20. The crowd supported him throughout one song.
Mac DeMarco lights a cigarette at the start of his show. During his performance, he played a long rendition of “A Thousand Miles” by Vanessa Carlton.
Mac DeMarco sings as a projection of a GameBoy plays behind him. DeMarco came to Indianapolis with The Flaming Lips and Chapo on Sept. 19.
A Pink Floyd vinyl that my dad got around age 13 or 14 that now belongs to me. It's one of the five Pink Floyd records I own that used to belong to him.