What's keeping the Flaming Lips in the headlines now isn't its music -- "The Terror" is a surrealist painting of an album -- but its antics. As for Tame Impala, if you haven't seen the Australian export, now's the time. The band, which delivered a catchy bit of sunny, guitar-driven psychedelia with last year's sun-bleached album "Lonerism," sold out its most recent date at the 9:30 Club.
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