If you've ever been to a Black Lips show, it's safe to say you've been to a damn good party. The merry band of Atlanta pranksters have been tearing up stages for well over a decade with no sign of slowing down, and their onstage antics and Coors Light-fueled ravings were in full effect when they graced our Blue Room stage to record their Live at Third Man Records LP. Their self-described "flower punk" style blends sweaty psychedelia with boisterous "bad kids" fun, and was perfectly captured on analog tape for their live album, which features a little of the old (2007's Good Bad Not Evil) , a little of the new (Arabia Mountain), a little of the "bad," and a whole hell of a lot of the good.