PICS: King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard at Observatory North Park

Prolific Australian psych-rockers King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard turned Observatory North Park into a dreamscape on Friday, June 1.

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King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard were formed in Melbourne, Australia in 2010.
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Stu Mackenzie, Ambrose Kenny-Smith, Cook Craig, Joey Walker, Lucas Skinner, Michael Cavanagh and Eric Moore comprise the band.
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All in all, they have released 13 studio albums.
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Not to mention two EPs!
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And all of that in a matter of 10 years.
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Most bands aren't that prolific in the span of their entire careers.
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Let alone just the beginning.
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In August of 2017, King Gizzard released a collaboration album with Mild High Club.
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The collaboration was nominated for Best Jazz Album at the Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (ARIAs).
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The band also released four -- that's right, four -- additional albums last year.
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Vocalist/guitarist Stu Mackenzie (left) has promised to learn a new instrument every year until he dies.
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So if you hear some weird sounds on King Gizzard records, they're probably coming from him.
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Moore is one of two drummers in the band, and he's also King Gizzard's manager.
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It's gotta be tough to figure out that royalty split.
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Something tells me the guys aren't too concerned about that, though.
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