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Flaming Lips fans attend concert in bubbles

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:26 sec | 8 months ago

Flaming Lips fans attend concert in bubbles

"Concert over the weekend, the van finally hit the stage in Oklahoma City Saturday after the show was delayed due to high coronavirus cases there. At the concert, each fan or fan group got to enjoy the concert from inside of a large plastic bubble. The band was also inside of their own bubbles ahead of the event, front man, Wayne Coyne told Rolling Stone. It's a very restricted weird. That's understating it. Just a little bit. Wayne concert

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The Flaming Lips performed a concert with the band and fans encased in plastic bubbles

Z Morning Zoo

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

The Flaming Lips performed a concert with the band and fans encased in plastic bubbles

"That friend of yours who told everybody at the beginning of the quarantine? Oh, they'll still do concerts, but everybody will be in giant bubbles. Somebody is actually doing that the flaming lips That band was talking we can lead singer Wayne Coyne said that this seems crazy, but it's kind of serious. We're starting to get to ready to an actual show. There will be three people in each of these big plastic space bubbles, and we play two shows a night and we get a huge audience in there each time, so that's actually really happening. And

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on Launch Left

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on Launch Left

"Other people are two or at least? Hopefully we are right. Well clean I think I mean for me personally I just feel. That's why coming on to do your show with you. I'm not really promoting anything you know. Most most time people are like they're on the show because they're promoting record. They got new song. Got A video out the guy new clothesline the new product. Or whatever. It's like I'm just not I don't care about that right now. You know I don't want to go on social media and see people saying hey you know my songs out today. It's like it's like I know we don't care about your song. We're trying to see if there's anything in this in this catastrophe that's happening in front of us that we should pay attention to that. We can help with you know and so I'm just not I just don't I you know. None of us in the flaming lips feel like we need to let everybody know we have a song coming out. It just feels embarrassing. So that's why I'm like I'm on your show because we've talked about it for five years. 'cause I've been harassed. Here's that's begging. Yeah Yeah Yeah I have to say a now. It was it was all worth. It was all definitely worsen. Well thank you so you feel the same way rain. I certainly do but I was part of the harassing so I mean I know that you know. I didn't know that that urinate but I was literally threats route sections in the station. You please started church. 'cause I will joy well I mean I I mean I I loved it. That's that's a question that you you throw throw that people that come on your show but I love. I think that's a great thing for people to talk about how I can be this way. But it doesn't mean I hate to if you're not you know and that's our stupid election system you know it's like Is TRUMP GONNA win again? doesn't seem possible that he would be able to but the way that That even the Democrats are with Bernie versus Biden. It's like you know the whole thing. Seems like I love Bernie and if you love Biden I hope you die. It's like yeah it's it's it's like we're all we're all people say like a circular firing squad killing you. You're killing me when we are. We're we're we think that it's the enemy and we're killing ourselves. You know Me Tell me did when you sing about Nobody believing you're that is not going to let the robots when I talk about you. Talk about on a That she's going to help you. Me Me is that because me Just Ryan with Yoshimi or were. You actually talking. Like what battle is she fighting? That is separate from anybody else. Right being that would just be stream-of-consciousness singing. I mean that's that's that's what that's what you know. That's what part of that I mean. Part of any great song as you just sitting there going back up a boo by boom. You know it it just happens to sound a little bit like arts and then you know if you're lucky. That's that's three quarters of the song and then you have to fill it in with something and so if you're if you're lucky you fill it in with stuff that you care about and so for me we. We've had this line. That sort of we had a woman that recorded on an Algebra name was Yoshimi actual person. You know And we had a song that we were talking about her in but we didn't use her name and so we can with this thing. Oh you she me. They don't believe me out just because it's dumb simple singing ride. But the part of the robots and I know it's easy to think of the robots as being like the evil empire. You know I I know that's why it's an interesting thing because it's like you know but in my song you know. The robots are superior to the humans in the Yoshimi vows. Pink robots idea the robots are superior so they love the humans they they know humans are flawed and the humans turned violence and turn to hatred and the robots are really superior to them. And they don't they. Don't you know they showed them mercy? They the robot that Yoshimi Battles and wins actually kills itself because it loves Yoshimi so much you know. So that's the twist of how it looks like. Oh she's battling this robot but the robot is programmed to fight her but he's smarter than that and he he will kill himself as opposed to killing her. I loved I knew you would know but so to me I I love that it has it has to be biblical epic. You know typical story partially but then it has this little twist so yeah but I mean but you know all all songs really are. Just you know. You're just moaning in the DR coping that it makes sense. You know it's not you're not writing writing because you're smart because you know anything you're you're screaming into the darkness because you feel like you have to have something to learn. There's something to say something to to express I don't know okay. Thank you so inspiring. Well when wealth will thank you So my my free to go yes big time absolutely army so grateful for your time and curious with that painting that songs going to turn into well the pictures you'll keep me updated and will keep trying and we'll after this is over which it will be someday you know We'll we'll do. We'll do well on where we're talking about..

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on Launch Left

"That's one there was. There was a lot of robberies happening in restaurants in the I think it was. Nineteen seventy eight when this happened and people were getting put into the walk in coolers of the restaurants and people getting shot so it was a pretty scary time and we got robbed one of these nights and these these robbers came in. They had guns and they were. They were pissed off and they were jacked up and I felt like this was the end of my life. I remember laying on the floor. They had these guns and said lay on the floor and I thought well they're gonNA they're gonNA shoot us to get their money. And this is going to be the way my life ended and it was a prolonged moment. You know it it. It probably was only a two or three minutes but it felt like hours and hours north. Redlands that going that much and I remember thinking about the police are going to go to my mother's house or call her something and let her know that I got killed tonight. I remember is laying on the floor thinking that and when the robbers left you know eventually they got their stuff they left and we laid on the floor for a long time after they left thinking. Well I don't want to do something wrong. If one of them is still here whatever and and after they left and we were allowed to start living for the second time. I think I was very lucky that I I knew in my mind. You know I I'd already got I'm going to die. You know this is. This is what this is what it's like you know because a lot of people are going to die. And they're not gonNA know they're going to die. You're yes something happens to you or you get sick at some. You know it's not a there's not a moment of being so alive and then being executed like I thought perhaps we were going to be on the the back floor of the restaurant so for me. I think I started to live life differently after that even at being seventeen years old. Think for a little while after that. I walked around without these petty insignificant. Stupid things that you worry about all and thought why not care about other things doesn't fucking matter at all it after while all that came back but for little. I didn't have that and that's when I really thought I'm going to do music. I don't know how music works. I Don T I don. I can't read music. I can't really. I'm not a musician and I said fuck it. I'M GONNA I'm GONNA do music. And in this brief time of being given my second life I was I was brave and I was fearless and I had. I had nothing to lose. And that's that that nothing it unstained that way you know eventually everything goes back to normal whatever you know but I think for a little while I got up the August up the side of the mountain little bit you know could be like fuck you again. Significant losses also awakened that memory. That's that's cellular memory like when you had similarly to being afraid of dying or that you're GonNa see the of your life and realized that insignificance of the day-to-day Bullshit. I can speak personally from my own experience when I lose someone really close to me that same that those same feelings come up like why the hell of I wasted time on this shit. None of the matter is this debt. You know this is changed me young so so even though like you said it goes away over time a like I think in the arc of of human life between whether it's experiences like the one you shared of near death experiences or the loss of loved ones were constantly being reminded of the unimportance of the day to day what we construct reality. We've all agreed on and that that you know in the most boring sensor or in the most obvious day to day sets yet we do have to survive right so have an. It'd be the skin route navy. What summer was asking is like you know. How do you may Kane? How do you actually maintain that space and survivor? Like as opposed to just keep going back and forgetting your sacred essence right is really all it sounds like it does is remind us all of who really are in those intense things happen. We are these like wild beings that are housed inside these totally sad little cute shells depending no some of what some of them not as healthy as others but elegantly were all. These fragile shells is what I meant. And so like but there's these beings the set said that come alive win the most insanely unpleasant or life-affirming things happen to us. And WHAT HAVE WE MAINTAIN I. Am I wrong summer? That the quarry like. What's the practice to keep you in the moment? It sounds sort of like that out to the practices to care is to be involved is to is to listen and to be. You know if if you're with your friends and one of them is struggling you. You care about them. I mean to me. I don't feel like it's something to remind yourself of. I mean to me it's like it's like being healthy. It's like you know the days where you're do in your eight and bad you're living bad and you're just fucking having fun you know you can have that little bit you have to keep working on being healthy and you have to work on that you know you know you have to do that the same with your with your love and with your family. I mean to me like when I lay down to go to sleep at night. You know I know someone in my family my circle. My you know the beings that I know is is having struggles. I'll I'll text them and I'll say how's it going you know and I wanna I wanNA know that if there if I know if there's something I can do I I'm there for them. You know and to me. That's how you practices just by. It's not it's not you to be aware of. It's like those are just the things that you care about. How much is that has? Has THAT PRACTICE. Come with age for you. Well Yeah I mean. I'm almost sixty years old so I'd say probably all of it you know It's I think it's just the more you do it the more you believe it works more. You believe that the more the more you give the more you get the more you help the more you are helped the more you love the more you get love the more you practice. Doesn't it a little bit? It's just it's just something that it's not a practice. I think he would just notice. You Know Oh you know. I said Nice things to these people. They didn't you know I made more friends instead of enemies by being you know by ignoring people I make enemies. I listening to people. I make friends you know Yeah I don't know if it's a practice as much as it's just part of what makes you happy. What makes you know what you were? You were talking. In like uh-huh circle of like repetition of give and take reciprocity and to me the way that you were talking just reminded me of like that's what practice is just skated like ritual as it's defined right generes. Repeating certain things in net does not always in a religious sense. There is the ritual of how you make coffee every morning right. It's like constantly during the same repeating things so it's a practice in the mind. Yeah Yeah I mean I think all of those things they remind you. Oh Yeah I should do this. I can do this. It's easy to get distracted and it's easy to get off. Yeah and worrying about your own stupid things and all those things they do. I mean it's like there's numerous between the Rut and the ritual. I mean there's all all those things have a fine line you know Yeah I don't know. I think we're very lucky that we get to do things like art and painting and music even talk about it. Most people most people the world aren't are never talked being about music never talking about painting. They're never talking about what are even is most people are just getting up. Go into work. Doing the best they can coming home. You know there's just a I mean where we live in just a a different a different world. I mean it's a ridiculous world I wake up and I think about. I get to do music painting. It's it's amazing. Yeah I feel so privileged everyday just to have the opportunity in this space to play the these kinds of things and make art. That's a privilege that I don't. I don't take for granted. Well I mean in times like this I mean I do feel like I wish I had something significant that can help people in so yeah. I mean we try to make as many people aware what's going on? Katie's making masks and where you know. We're checking our neighbors making sure everybody's okay you know and I do feel like yeah like just doing my music and art. It's like this. Isn't you know that's is that helping helping me helping moral I always. I feel it's helping you and the world but also I think what's great about this time and the severity of the situation is that it is making all creatives. Everyone not just creatives. But we're talking about artists right now. All creatives Dig a little deeper and go. How can I help? Maybe asked what I obviously have used in making a song or putting it up on this But how can I help him? Like you said like making masks my sister liberties doing that too like thinking like how can I actually have on the ground right now? There's a need. How do I meet that? Need you know connecting people that might have you know the ability to help in a bigger way to a situation. There's so I like that. That's something that we're all doing. We're thinking outside and that's what creates do. Think outside the box so I think we were talking about that earlier to it comes a little easier to the creative mind to wrap your head around something totally different. This is flipped this nation. This world on its head and it's interesting to think that the the amount of time it takes to kind of get back enough to see how you can help. I think that that The rate time ratio rate is quicker for creatives. Because we're used to being flipped on her head and having to figure out how to survive but now we're thinking in a more. How do we help.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

11:55 min | 1 year ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on Launch Left

"Could. They'RE GONNA die. They could die today. They could die right now. Something could happen. You know and just try to live more that this this matters right now yes right. The only moment we have is the here now. How close are you? How often you got close to that. That philosophy does it feel tangible to you in every moment gene. Wake up every day. Do you have days where you wake up? And you don't and you're more likely to take something for granted and if the answer is that it's right there for you all the time. What played the biggest part in helping you get to that place psychedelic? It's practice That right yeah. Yeah well I mean for us I mean I think it's it's easy to have that in the front of your mind because we have a little baby and we have a you know. Katie's mom which is the baby's grandmother so all both them are in a more volatile mile world right now you know so. It's easy for us to wake up and be like hey you know this if if our little baby stumbles upon the of some free does that we left in his playpen he could choke and die. So you're always a little bit like fuck. This is a big responsibility here. And I mean I and and I think if you'd know enough people and care about enough people in the world there is always someone who's not doing well someone who might be sick and someone who has a brother or sister or parent dying somewhere in the world. I probably know you know the maximum amount of people that you can have in your life. I come from a big family and so I I always in touch with people. I'm always saying how's it going in so there's always somebody out there that's having you know a a a bad experience and going through something you know so. I think it that I'm lucky that I I make. I mean not all flaming lips music and art is about that but I think our best stuff is about that exact thing. It's like well if you accept that the world is is is beautiful but it's also brutal What do you do about that? You know? And and part of probably thinks that it's more ugly and more brutal than it is beautiful and that might be true. You know. I've had a great great easy healthy wonderful life but I but there's plenty of people who happen but I still say if if that's true then it's up to us to make it put some light into it. Put some blood into it and and help it. You know what I mean. Anybody who has who is helping. It's it's up to you to to to put you know the love into this world and if everybody did that It would be a better world you know instead of taking and taking and taking and saying well you know wasn't fair to me this world's not fair this world suck and so I think this world is the most beautiful thing there's ever going to be But it's also the most horrible things are going to be. That's just that's what we have. You know yeah maybe it's in the accepting it's horrible nece that we can like really appreciate enjoy its beauty. I think sometimes when there's so much grasping about what is fun and good and makes me happy. That the the idea that half or more than half socks or it is painful in any given day than then all your attention is on pointing that out as opposed to having exalted moment. That's as bad bad in they now. It's like brushing your teeth. Become somehow magical. Well I don't think would wanna live that way all the time. I think it's great to be reminded and I think it's great to have you know fun and it's great to be in the middle where it's just you're just alive. You're not really you know you're not. You're not kissing the ground. Because it's the most wonderful you've ever walked on. You're just walking on it. And you're not dismissing it. You know because it's boring. Whatever a big we want to be living in that life where we're just doing our stuff you know with when we're eating a sandwich where where the eating out it's not just shove this shit our mouth and get back to the Internet you know And when we're sleeping we get to fall asleep and say Matt's Great Falling Asleep. Great Waking Up you know all those things but when you get into the going thousand miles an hour he you know there's nothing you can do about that. There's IT and that's got that's got a wonder about it to. I mean I say that about going to rock festivals. It's like you know it would be like going to. It'd be like eating a meal twelve times in one day. You know it's like you see a band play to only gonNA see another band clay at three. You're GONNA to another band play five another band play at eight. It's like I can only it's like it's like eating food. I can really only eat lunch. And then a little while later. Maybe a late dinner but I'm not gonNA eat five lunches and dinners and breakfasts. You can only you can only enjoy it so much and so you know. Part of it is it just goes into the realm of a different experience. You know music and art no those things. They're entertaining us. But they're part of our lifestyle and they're part of our our life and they're part of our job and all that you know but a Lotta people. It's not a lot of people going to two or three concerts. A year is an amazing amazing thing. I mean I I go to two or three concerts a day. You know and sometimes there our own concerts and then we go to other people's concerts after we do our own so I don't I don't think my experience is what doing concerts really four. You know I'm I'm too deep into you know But you know making art and all that. I'm not necessarily proud that I am so obsessed with it you know. I know even as I'm talking to you right now you know. There's a part of my mind that is on Song that I'm working on and a couple of paintings that I'm working on and I'm aware of what I'm going to do with this day after I'm done talking with you and I'm not. I'm not that glad of that. I wish I could just be bored yet again. The fucking moment I know I know. I wish I cared more about this than I do know. I'm getting I I think. I think that's probably emmy browse brother. I think that's why we say we can do it. Because it's not gonna be life or death you know if it was life or death I could forget about the other stuff. And that's why we all say we can do it because it's it's like it's like driving your car down highway. You could be eating listening to a podcast driving. Having a conversation you do quite a few things at one time in. It's not really multitasking. Low level things you know and having a conversation with you guys and talk about this sort of stuff to be. It's quite easy so it doesn't require every every bit of my mind to stay with you. It did to get it to get the audio turned on but now that it's on them fine Lucy and you're thinking wait you could use a little bit more your mind you get that fucking audio turned on I agree. Yeah yeah now suffers thinking what question can I ask? It's going to make him after work a little harder. Yeah well yeah no I mean I and so to answer the question that I asked the question that he's decided I won't ever go. You asked me to always start talking. And then I'll I do try to remember the question then like Oh shit. I forgot what what what what was the question or forget now. Yeah Yeah Now. I forget I was saying in general. I don't think I got any of the answers. I didn't think you answered any of the questions that I ask that you. You smoke about some stuff I love. Yeah exactly that's really. They're not questions. They're just prompts to get you walking and did my job. I'll try. I'll try to answer them. Best I can. I'll I'll listen and say okay. That's a question. Not a not a jumping off point to be interesting. Yeah guess what. I didn't write any of them down in. I don't talk and remember anywhere doesn't matter I know it was when you want to ask another question now like Nice how you were talking about like this like sort of happy medium. It seems like a a balance writing and Yang. Like the core of something that was like no. I'm not going to be fucking happy every like that. I'm brushing my damn teas but I'm going to be acceptance that that's what I'm doing. I'm eating a sandwich and I'm going to be mindful about eating the sandwich right in. And and that's my thought is that you're talking about like being like that's how you remain in. The moment is in in like in a low grade gratitude for just experiencing each thing that we experience but in the meantime my question is like well then. How do we account for being in the moment being on? Podcast thinking about the art that we're going to do what we're going to do after the podcast with a song that we're working on like is that all your moment just so intergalactic that you can encompass all of those things well if intergalactic. I don't know if that would be the right word. I sort of feel like it's your your. Your question was about the the song do you realize and it having this this saying that when you know someday will die and is that card of the way that I live every day and and it is but it's not like you know that's just a personal little personal part of the way I look at the world would demand that anybody around me look at it that way and think that they should you know. I would be up to me to make that important to myself. You know Sure but what if somebody but what if somebody listened to that idea and that song and that idea and I think that's where my other question about like preparing like whether the suggestion in some ways like that you could think about that yourself in somehow prepare yourself for that inevitability but also like what if somebody wanted to live life like the way that Wayne. Coyne was was suggesting that he lived life. I guess what I was getting. That was how. How do you like for you personally? How has that congealed to to be that way for you? Well I do think it has the it could probably only happen with an experience. I don't think it's something that you can that you can talk about or read about or watch you know a think you have to experience it and For me when I was seventeen. I was working at a fast food restaurant here in Oklahoma City. That's that's where I'm talking to you from Oklahoma City. It's called long. John Silvers and I was I was I was frightened there for almost eleven years. I so long started in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on Launch Left

"Welcome to launch left. Podcast IS FACE FOR FAME. Creatives to launch the next wave of music rebels and intentional space to highlight and power all artists for whom radical creativity is not a choice but an excessively. Today's very special guest is Wayne Coyne flaming lips and without further ado. Let's talk him eight. Oh I can now. Yeah run our business man in here this. Yeah are you actually claiming that well at least loosely implant down? That sounds cool as that are kind of hair on. The air kind of meditation has begun. Yeah it's like that I don't listen. Npr's much as I used to. But you know that little that little thing that will win tro that can Latino. Hey time to time to listen. Motherfuckers Wayne Coyne dicky's so much for being launched left at home with rain in summer here. Yeah I mean we should tell everybody that there is some anxiety about that this is gonNA fail. You know not on your end on my end. I. I don't do too many conferences where I'm in charge of everything she would help me in this. What would have been flawless? Yeah Hey you know what misery with the benefit? It's all good it okay. So we're GONNA we're going to move on into the show as if it's GONNA keep working. That's that's the way. Yeah listen. Did your famously. An atheist does that change since having a kid. Well I think it would depend on what you know what that means. You know kd a term like atheist is you know is sometimes it's bandied around like being a Vegan or vegetarian. Meaning if you believe in God since I'm an atheist and I think you're stupid I hate you and I. I'm not like that at all. I'm not you know I'm not a believer of anything That you know wants to judge people or use rules of superiority. Whatever but I don't begrudge anybody believing in anything they want to you can believe in Santa Claus you can believe in. Ufo's you believe it. Jesus I mean to me. I'm like go for it. You know it's whatever you whatever you want. And so atheists it isn't a I feel like the words been sort of taken over by you know the to intense. You know I'm just I'm just so yeah I'm just like hey man I'm easy you know. So would you define yourself more as agnostic believe in God and if atheists dement one who does not believe in God has that changed for you at all since having a child well? I think I've had this view for a long long time. I don't think any of us in this modern world mostly don't have much use for God you know. We're not really in a situation where we need some other guidance. I you know I mean I. I've never you know when people have died in my life my father and my mother and my older brother you know. I didn't despair about the meaning of life and and I didn't have some guilt and all that that I could only express with a god there to listen to me. You know I don't really I never really you know needed there to be a God. You know I love. I love I love religion. I just don't like that. They get pissed off at people. I love all the clothes I love the music. I love to look love the I love the vibe. I you know and I think a lot of most religions in a lot of it is about love and forgiveness and kindness. I think all those are great. There's just a lot of times. They're mixed in with a lot of hatred to and so But you have like a spiritual practice or do you have a spiritual practice or something you know a set of pregnant apart kidding hung up on the you know like you know. I don't think God means religion and I don't think atheism means that you don't want anybody else to believe in God. Well that's what I made like you know when we talk about you know people being a vegetarian or Vegan or whatever. It's almost like you know if you if you eat some fish or chicken in front of you know that they're gonNA they're gonNA hate you you know. Well it's not always true it's better perception. Yes that is the feeling for those who eat animals. Yeah and I know I'm I'm I'm just A. I'm just a diplomat from outer space. I'm here to try to help. Everybody do whatever it is. They're going to do and being vegetarian or Vegan in or or atheist or Christian or whatever that that stuff just does not really matter in that way. You know It I think what matters. Is We try to help each other understand each other and help each other. You know it's it's there's there's a billion reasons that we can say we don't like each other and it should be ten billion reasons why we do like each other. I couldn't agree more when and thank you so much aiming it like that. That is honestly something that I that I resonate with so much like how. How do we actually like come together? Speak of more our shared humanity and less about what is different and not right about the other person right like why is there other and why do we make it such important point that we're like we're right? They're wrong these you know there's so much that we share yet. We don't celebrate that as often as well if her I think we don't. I mean we have to have shared experiences. I think this this Corona virus thing. You know a lot of us we're sharing is we're just sitting around the house doing stuff but you know there's a lot of families that are sitting in their house and someone has died in that house in. That's not that's not a laid back. Hey let's make art kind of fun time for them you know and none of us would be stuck in our houses. If there weren't the fear that someone in our house could die from you know so we're joined by this. You know this this doom this coming doom or maybe not. Maybe it's coming. Maybe it's not but I guess I'm I'm really just concerned that there is already a lot of houses out there That aren't just glad to be sitting on. Kosonen houses died. It's horrible you know and I think those things really do bond us. These sorts of things were roll talking about art music and being bored with that. That's not that's just fun partying you know. That's just US having fun. That's not that's not truly sound a true true bond. You know if you're if you're with someone when they're a friend has died or their mother has died or your has died or something like that. Those things that they're so deep into our instinctual part of our life that we don't need to have words for we don't need to have you know songs and and religion and all these titles for it because it's easily understood. It's just when you get away from that being in around like that we start talking about. What is that stuff you know because it would just we have to casual of a life it. We have a lot of luxuries that we you know we just talk about. I mean society now is so luxurious to most people that.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on WTVN

"Manifesting Wayne Coyne thank you well thank you thank you for your very generous comments and for reading the journal to really fascinating question I haven't really thought about it in terms of the context of the hot hand and you know ordinarily I would say that I think that probably there is some something to the comfort level of playing in an old arena a place where you are familiar and that sort of leads you to the hot hand but then again like you know players get hot on the road all the time in in places where they are not necessarily comparable or familiar with the environments and so I don't I I don't know I mean clearly I think that sometimes you could feed off the home crowd it's important to have that stadium setting that you're familiar with but sometimes guys just love going into road arenas and silencing the crowd I mean there's nothing that pleases them more so I think it can kind of go both ways but you know I think if if if arena architects or if the teams that are ploughing billions of dollars into these facilities and find some way to like weaponized a hot hand they would I mean they would spend even more on them what's your take on the NBA this year as the season gone I think it's a great question I think it goes back to like that uncertainty and I think they would love to salvage it to rescue in and start the season again somehow in June or maybe even July I think it'll probably depend also on whether the Olympics go on because they don't and the NBA has some more leeway in the schedule but there are a lot of really hard questions to the league in terms of like do you just keep going with the regular season you go straight to the playoffs do you shorten some of the series do you go to semi finals and then a fight like how exactly do you do it I I I think that like they don't know and anyone who claims to know what's going to happen for the next two or three months is is probably lying I think they would love to make it happen and we've never before had a season that ended so abruptly so I'm I think they're doing everything in their power but again like they're not really in control here it's always how busy is the Washington post reporters on this year's election of the scoring in all over the place well I I know more about the Wall Street journal The Washington Post but at the journal I think that like everyone is is is just going crazy although I have to say like you know because the the clearly politics is is part of this but this is really one of the first story that I can remember that really transcends politics and a lot of ways I have to say this from personal experience I mean I was watching the election returns role and two nights ago and just was looking at my news app and and just kind of forgot that there was a primary that night because this is so all encompassing that it's it's unbelievable all other news and kind of towards this this primary election and and and general election that we've been paying attention to for for two or three years just kind of seems trivial at certain times of the day now the stock market reporters for your newspaper the Wall Street journal must be aghast they are running around my god I mean it said that they are the craziest people out the paper right now I mean there's a lot happening in sports but you know these have been some of the most volatile just absolutely insane days in the market in a decade and and probably even much longer so those are the real reporters at the paper I just get to play around and write about sports even in Albuquerque New Mexico hi Dave go ahead hello well if the traders would probably say that they're not insane I think that the traders themselves the sharks and the marks I think the sharks are making a lot of those up and ups and downs happen and doing it on purpose because they make money every every cycle some some experiences maybe you can comment on front one first I drove Jim Kelly's mom to the Superbowl I wonder if that was my fault and hi hi I was once a one on one with James Brown at a table in Vegas when he had a hot streak in one seven hundred Bucks in about three or four minutes and then now well went up on stage and did a show and so that was a fun one now that this is serious stuff the that there seems to be two sides and one of the I've been meaning to to come in here George for a long time he bring it up and you're like you just did a few minutes back about that experiment that somebody had been Geller men or something like that get a gallon burger yeah in Vegas yeah my experience with that but what comes to my mind is when I've had those experiences being hot or not hot at for instance at a blackjack table I have found that you did your correct when you're upbeat in a good mood that tied I will I win in it seemed almost effortless compared to when you're just in a in a in a normal typical average now would it it's not like that and what what I have chalked it up to you and I may be wrong but I may be right is that when in order with with Black Jack for instance without being like fifty one percent against you you if you display even and then over a long period of time you lose by fifty one to forty nine and so the way to win is you gotta you gotta buy a play a larger hand we and and in in time those right so that you're you're putting your bigger money down when you happen to win the larger hand in order to do that you need to be more confident than and then just get lucky put the money down at the time when your cards come up for you and that's how I've explained bigger winnings when you when you're feeling upbeat on the still side here here's a good one I had a conversation with them Curt Schilling yeah I talked him on the internet he related an experience which drives with what my experience has been without throwing a ball pitching or hitting a ball board shooting archery or.

Wayne Coyne
"wayne coyne" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I wanted to get your opinion on what you thought of building new stadiums and manifesting Wayne Coyne thank you well thank you thank you for your very generous comments and for reading the journal to really fascinating question I haven't really thought about it in terms of the context of the hot hand and you know ordinarily I would say that I think that probably there is some something to the comfort level of playing in an older Rena place where you are familiar and that sort of lead you to the hot hand but then again like you know players get hot on the road all the time in in places where they are not necessarily comparable or familiar with the environments and so I don't I I don't know I mean clearly I think that sometime you could feed off the home crowd it's important to have that stadium setting that you're familiar with but sometimes guys just love going into road arenas and silencing the crowd I mean there's nothing that pleases them more so I think it can kind of go both ways but you know I think if if if a renowned architects or if the teams that are ploughing billions of dollars into these facilities and find some way to like weaponized the hot hand they would I mean they would spend even more on them what's your take on the NBA this year as the season gone I think it's a great question I think it goes back to like that uncertainty and I think they would love to salvage it to rescue in and start the season again somehow in June or maybe even July I think it'll probably depend also on whether the Olympics go on because they don't then the NBA has some more leeway in the schedule but there are a lot of really hard questions in the league in terms of like do you just keep going with the regular season you go straight to the playoffs do you shorten some of the series do you go to semi finals and the fight like how exactly do you do it I I I think that like they don't know and anyone who claims to know what's going to happen for the next two or three months is is probably lying I think they would love to make it happen and we've never before had a season that ended so abruptly so I'm I think they're doing everything in their power but again like they're not really in control here how how busy is the Washington post reporters on this year's election of the scoring in all over the place well I I know more about the Wall Street journal The Washington Post but at the journal I think that like everyone is is is just going crazy although I have to say like you know because the they that clearly politics is is part of this but this is really one of the first story that I can remember that really transcends politics in a lot of ways I I have to say just from personal experience I mean I was watching the election returns role in two nights ago and just because that was looking at my news app and and just kind of forgot that there was a primary that night because this is so all encompassing that it's it's unbelievable all other news and kind of towards this this primary election and and and general election that we've been paying attention to for for two or three years just kind of seems trivial at certain times of the day now the stock market reporters for your newspaper the Wall Street journal must be in my gas that they are running around my god I mean it said that they are the craziest people at the paper right now I mean there's a lot happening in sports but you know these have been some of the most volatile just absolutely insane days in the market in a decade and and probably even much longer so those are the real reporters at the paper I just got to play around and write about sports even in Albuquerque New Mexico hi Dave go ahead hello well if the traders would probably say that they're not insane I think that the traders themselves the sharks and the mark I think the sharks are making a lot of those up and ups and downs happen and doing it on purpose because they make money every every cycle some some experiences maybe you can comment on front one first I drove Jim Kelly's mom to the Superbowl I wonder if that was my fault and hi hi I was once a one on one with James Brown at a table in Vegas when he had a hot streak in one seven hundred Bucks in about three or four minutes and then now well went up on stage and did a show and so that was a fun one now that to the serious stuff the that there seems to be two sides and one of the I've been meaning to to come in here George for a long time could you bring it up and you're like you just did a few minutes back about that experiment that somebody had done a gallon or something like that gallon gallon burger yeah in Vegas yeah my experience with that but what comes to my mind is when I've had those experiences being hot or not hot at for instance at a blackjack table I have found that you did your correct when you're upbeat in a good mood that tied I will I win in it seemed almost effortless compared to when you're just in a in a in a normal typical average now would it it's not like that and what what I have chalked it up to you and I may be wrong but I may be right is that when in order with with Black Jack for instance without being like fifty one percent against you you if you display even and then over a longer time you lose by fifty one to forty nine and so the way to win is you gotta you gotta pay a larger hand we and and and and time those right so that you're you're putting your bigger money down when you happen to win the larger hands in order to do that you need to be more confident than and then just get lucky put the money down at the time when your card come up for you and that's how I've explained bigger winnings when you when you're feeling upbeat on the still side here here's a good one I had a conversation with them Curt Schilling yeah I talked him on the internet he related an experience which drives with what my experience has been without throwing a ball pitching or hitting a ball toward shooting archery.

Wayne Coyne
"wayne coyne" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"You took something a work through it and there's a quote from you out there saying that you thought by getting so personal that no one was going to be able to relate to the record is that an accurate quote well you know that's that's the funny embarrassing thing about it you know it's like you sink when you're being absolutely what is your embarrassed about the way you feel and of course it's not cool and all these other things about it but and you come to find out that's exactly what is who and why anybody else would want to listen to it it doesn't mean that doesn't have imagination and all those things connected to it but I I know that's it's a funny it's a funny funny thing you know especially when you're willing to talk about that sort of in attornal pain and that kind of paint from loss or that kind of paint from that confrontation with the world is different than I thought it was it's probably one of the reasons why there is so much great emotional music out there it's like it's a pain you know that you just have to keep addressing to find out how you're going to go on from there at the time when we made it even after it came out I would be slightly embarrassed about it you know it because you're you kind of delve into it so much that you can say I don't care what anybody thinks I'll carry it feels but then you come out of that a year later you're kind of it's uncomfortable but I think that's exactly why it works why I think it speaks to people Yup.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"And now your host with the most which may have and Dennis the menace on this episode of the Rhino podcast executive producer John Hughes so emotionally destroyed again you know I think that's what the softball they're saying it's like what do I do Who would they Friedman Stephen All of us navigating this funny little feeling you know it's not like Oh man I went through something heavy.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"And we want to welcome Wayne to the Rhino podcast we're here to talk about the twentieth anniversary of the Soft Bulletin yes indeed yes or mental record and then you have this really layered intricately arranged album that's kind of changed did you feel it was a conscious change as It's just where you guys were going well you say that the record is an experimental record and that's you know that's kind of an understatement in a way you know like ah you know for people that don't know what that record is but it came out at the time when most records came out on CD the format we put Zarifa out in was four CDs that were meant to be not like four CDs like the Clash Does Sandinista. Where's the three three album threes CD set this is four CDs that share eight tracks and it's meant to be played on force separate CD players all at the same time it's even hard for me to imagine how we convinced ourselves that we should do this but you do that's what that's what you do and and so coming also zyu- Rica we were sort of controlling songs in pile that didn't work for desired the thing that weren't working for the four CD thing and these would end up being like the race for the prize the first song of softball in and spoonful as a ton the second song you know all these were rejects from our higher higher concept but when we put it out when we put this off Bolton how it felt to us like just another weird experimental record we just happened to change sounds and we were using you know sort of digital orchestration as our new experiment our new emotional format which tests felt like a new frontier but now I don't see it as an experimental record I see it as really like a song oriented it doesn't go off the rails into a six hour noise fest light some flaming lips music you know so by our own standards you're exactly right there's one of the cray's experimental things that we've ever done then right next to something that feels like somewhat normal classic music chain reaction.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"Hey rich hey dennis I am willing to bet you are doing your favorite thing yeah I'm I'm a big fan dot com it's no secret metoo there's so much great information on there of course we've got a featured artist go in and look there's a release breakdown the artists there's playlist there's articles about different releases seeking really get more info and learn more about the artists that you love her album of the day which is something that you can sign up for on your email and it just comes right into your inbox every day there's a short essay laying out why that album worth your time there's links to listen to your on your favorite streaming platform and you can also browse through all the past albums of the day while you're there it's pretty cool I'm hip to the trip I'm telling you what and then there's exclusives Rhino Dot Com you there's releases there that you can't get anywhere else so you gotta go check it out there's so much cool stuff coming up include and rock and roll fans are going to dig it but in today's episode of the Rhino Podcast Dennis why don't you tell us what we have we have John Hughes our executive producer and Wayne Coyne Yup that man who is in the giant bubble from the flaming lips it's the twentieth anniversary. the soft bulletin and their touring behind it but this record was released in nineteen ninety nine after one of their weirder records and has goals like race for the prize and waiting for Superman and it's been named the album of the year from everybody from the me too rolling stone it's icon back I'm sure that Wayne had a truckload to say about this record Wayne has a lot of stories.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"And you know you're going to do it tomorrow night and the next night and if you're lucky for the next 100 years or whatever but if you don't if that meal is just i'm eating it just a fucking get down with my shit and get on if i'm sleeping just to wake up and get back to my shit and if i'm spending time with you but it's just to get back to my shit it's like you're on the euroready you're already been buried brother this meal this time with you this is my i'm i'm this is my greatest meal and in that i think is the truth you know you can only eat one meal a ton you can only sleep in one better time in ah wayne but unlike you i mean you may be up have sex with several women at one time i dunno not me i've never ask that's another podcast that is wayne tonight you're the messiah for me man that was and you for me and you throw me the nine who for me right now i agree beautiful that is that's the truth and that's that's that's that's that's all we need thank you so much menu dyke see why people like your podcasts how brevard hearing thank you thank you thanks for listening everybody a big thankyou to wing coined the flaming lips in shelby for making that happen also big thanks to casper dot com for sponsoring this episode remember of go to casper dot com fort slash family hour you'll get fifty dollars towards a brand new mattress if you enjoy this episode want you please give us a nice rating on iteens and subscribe to us thank you so much for listening you guys i love you and i'll see you real soon had a chretien.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"So that's not just there you made it happen and i made it has your you made it happen every time we try every time we tax every time we think about each other and say i'm gonna let them know i was thinking about them we're building up but thing that could be like love it's we care about each other yes that's not just there i'm not just running into someone saying brother i don't know you what i love you i'm saying i've beginning to know you i'm beginning to love yeah yeah after last night at the beginning to not love you as now i'm i'm no no this is the this the risks we take with deeper with deep love but that's my feeling of it it's like that you're trying and i'm trying and we're not drawn to it in the dark we do we saw the movie the close encounters of the third call yes that movie you know where they're they're obsessed with this image in there they want to get to the mountain where the ufos again whatever that's steamy that's not that's not happening like what the human race we don't have a true answer that were just always trying to get too you know were always answering questions are always of new answers in that answer leads to a new understanding of you know things that you thought you didn't understand you know to me so i feel like there's a flow going that we all dip our foot into and finally we feel at home i to me i don't i don't feel that way wow okay now levey they tell you we then this is where we have a fundamental disagreement and and because i do feel i get that since i get this feeling that there is a we are all part of this river of love and and certainly i am not going around to people being like i love you brother right but i think that if i were to work on myself enough if i spent some time like in a deep practice then i could anything that crossed the in front of me i think that i could love it and i but what but what would be the way that you loved by just something with your your mind or i mean what would be the i mean you know love.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"He you know these types of these things are only there they're just done with your mind there can't be done without you being connected to your minders that that doesn't make any sense it's like your minds that record player love as the record the two after come together if one's not there you're not going to have what well you you know you i of treason my yard and i do sometimes gotten set a love this true but i know the tree doesn't love me it's a tree you know and i and i think that's even better class you know i love the beatles but the beatles but that's to me that's what love is it's like that i love you i would i'm glad that you don't have to have emotions and you don't have to have ups and downs you don't have to be happier said you can just be you and i love you and i don't want by loving you i don't want to burden you in iraq oh yeah i'm not i i'd be the love is for your life to be better and happier and better because we cross paths there's nothing like yes yes sure but but i want to talk about this idea that doesn't love you because the way i've i've been todd and i i love to believe it bribes leave i guess in riot likes here but i love to believe that everything is love everything's made of low and the human condition is it for me i think that devalue is what love is then you know to me love is it's a mother sucker in its than it's hard work and its trying and trying and trying again and seeing seeing the reason why as opposed the reason why not it's not a woods it's just cheer i guess i just don't see it or its here and i don't care i don't that tree loves me but i got shift to do today and then dog loves me but i got to do day it's not i mean i feel like it's a it's it's a powerful thing that you're you're doing all the time you're trying to make this love.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Think i never think that that's not an never in a million years would i thought that when you think about yourself you're like well i'm not a singer i am not as seen i i'm not as singer iran i'm not a singer and the way somebody who doesn't abbas spine is not a jogger can't i well i do think in time if you would if you you know if you tried and tried you might find ways say oh if i sing in this way it work right which is what i do i'm not i don't have i can't do very much what i can do this one area and doing miyami thing it's notes passable on zalmay worked for people that like our music for sure right but yeah it's a beautiful area singer i mean if you're not a singer got all home were doomed well i mean i think there's there's probably a you know of of a description or or a identity that comes with someone that you think while he's standing up there on a stage singing he must be like kind of a show off for this confidence in and i could see where most singers in the world you know a probably abs exactly that not in a bad way but they feel like oh you wanna hear me saying because he had a good singer while i'm not like that you know what i came into a not really starting as a singer but then singing and like well punk rock stuff you know like well you know john lydon announcing that well and you know right and he keates from chili peppers doesn't sing that well i can do it or henry rollins you know those types of singers.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Using all those two their most effective thing yeah you know and having a a slight a confidence that i think this would work if we do these things and the audiences ready to listen to us and pay attention to us and be with us here if we do these things um they're they're going to it's gonna be fun and we're all gonna be in a together and then we can have these you know these emotional things with the songs in singing together and all that but that's not a mission you know what i mean right i think it's more um um you know there's a certain thing that we'd like to do and then it just works out that there's a certain thing that the audience likes and those can be kinda together right yeah but it started its wouldn't be a mission you know in that way we wouldn't have ever thought is what we want to say to the world i think right when we're doing it it feels like we're so lucky we get to sing our songs to people on i would i say it still all the time it's like you know um um people who really know music and people in a lot of people have musical minds that aren't musicians you know they're they're they're they're musical anyway even though they are not pursuing music what we have they can tell like oaks we might even say that they can to i can't really sing you know they're like year you know you're and i'm like i know i'm not really a singer but i'm but i'm allowed to sing you know these flaming lip songlath and i and i'm just like the luckiest person ever in that way because they know the audiences i we know you can't sing but there's something that adel you to be a singer earn i could be a singer for no other anything ever but i can sing claiming up songs and that's where i sort of feel like this is of it's a special like man i got a special duty here you know yeah yeah it's wonderful it's the people allow me let me sing to them you know what we love it and i love it it's easy to i mean you know it's such a great thing but you know a lot it be a lot of people are singers and they think up i can release.

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"wayne coyne" Discussed on The Nerdist

The Nerdist

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"wayne coyne" Discussed on The Nerdist

"A lot of right write down like make a logbook right down what you're worried about and the amount of time you spent on it and then just after a month or three months or six months add up all the time and then go jesus christ yeah and see like i spent three weeks worrying about know whatever it was well it i mean and and part of it is you're trapped with your personality your personality is probably is is you along that it but i would i would say maybe there are things out there that can help you stop stop worrying it is a pattern though like worry as worries just a pattern as well i think it's that just at fear that you'll yeah your responsibilities hewlett somebody downer you won't share you won't do the thing that was expected of you or something and yeah so i don't know i mean this this interview isn't going that well i'm not that in five hundred eight that about it i appreciate that you stuck with it know the whole time you know the whole time you you you you wrote it out i just kept plugging you yeah you pushed through it like a bad we trip yeah i've done a really good job smiling the whole time she laughs once in a while let's say it's very hard to make eighty laugh so when you do make her lap it's like a genuine i don't know she's probably watching a movie or something over there that's actually funny i don't know what have you ever thought about that all time i might have been taken credit for actually was not deserved i'm going to take the credit i loved your new album by the way netting f one.

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