PREMIERE: Ranch Ghost Shows Off Their Melodic Stomp on “Turfin”
PREMIERE: Misha Returns to the “Limelight” in Video from First Album since 2007
PREMIERE: Slow Steve Channels Berlin-era Bowie, Serge Gainsbourg on New LP
PREMIERE: ORB are Australia’s Latest Guitar Terrors in “First and Last Men”
The Geelong group’s new LP “Birth” is out July 1 on Castle Face.
’Nu Kids on the Block: Key and Peele Make Their Silver Screen Debut with “Keanu”
The first film offering from one of the best comedic duos of the past decade is a victim of its own format.
Radiohead are the Internet’s Master Controllers
With the release of the “Burn the Witch” video, the group turn distribution into its own political art.
Who Cares About Becky with the Good Hair?
To make “Lemonade” all about her potential marital troubles is to once again yoke Beyoncé’s success to her husband—and to stay mired in the madness that this album was built to expose and transcend.
The Butterfly, Uh-uh That’s Old, Here’s the Initial Lineup for POP Montreal 2016
Work them hips a lil’ bit.
PREMIERE: Used Cassettes Export American Garage from Seoul
The expat quartet drops “Rock n Rills” on Friday, but you can stream the whole thing today.
LISTEN: Local Natives Release New Single Following Surprise Appearance at Popscene
No word yet on whether a new record is to follow.
PREMIERE: Whiskerman Channel Philly Soul on “Jackie & Delilah”
From the Bay Area group’s new album “Champions,” out May 20.
“The Daily Show” Correspondents to Revisit the Show’s Transformation into Political Heavyweight at Politicon 2016
FLOOD is presenting the live panel that will feature former writers, correspondents, and the show’s co-creator.
PREMIERE: Basmala Keeps Hip-Hop in Sacred Space on Self-Titled Debut
The beatmaker formerly known as Autolect looks for transcendence.
The NBA Playoffs Are Ruined
Is Ewing Theory still in play when half the teams have lost a Ewing? At this point, it’s simply become a fight to stay healthy.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: The 1975 at Shrine Expo Hall (4/18/2016)
The British quartet invade Los Angeles, are beautiful, and are probably aware of it.
Breaking: Markus Prime
The LA-based illustrator turned heads last summer when he reimagined the outcome of a shocking incident of police brutality. With his debut book of illustrations, “B.R.U.H.,” he’s taking things even further.
Tribeca Film Festival 2016: The Virtual Arcade
Sure, Tribeca’s short films were mind expanding and its stack of features were narratively ambitious. But its virtual reality component managed to do both.
PREMIERE: Olivver the Kid Sets the “World on Fire,” Fights Cults with Dancing in New Video
When your wedding is being attended by an actual wolf, that may not be a good sign.
Tribeca Film Festival 2016: The Features
Taking a look at the cream of the feature-length crop from this year’s festival.
PREMIERE: Merge onto The Dan Ryan in the Groovy World of “Tidewater Rain Love”
“The Dan Ryan” is out May 27 via Cosmic Dreamer.
RECAP: FLOOD 3 Launch Party with Grace Mitchell Performing at DTS Space LA
In celebration of our just-released third print issue, Mitchell made the pages come to life.
Julianna Barwick, “Will”
Like Miles and Monk, Julianna Barwick understands the importance of space; each resonant note and each distinct sound is chosen judiciously, allowing each one to echo with even greater power.