In Conversation: Alec Ounsworth of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Talks “Some Loud Thunder,” Ten Years Later
The experimental-indie-rock maestro has a special place in his heart for the band’s sophomore album, even if its initial success was subdued by a well-received debut record and music critic snobbery.
PREMIERE: iLoveMakonnen Strips Down “Tuesday” for Original Tracks
PREMIERE: Sonny Smith Gets Lost in “Pictures of You” Video
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: The Fashion of ComplexCon
In Conversation: Paul Major on Pre-Internet Record Collecting, Outsider Lounge Music, and Dodging Needles
One of the world’s preeminent record collectors talks shop on the occasion of his new comp for Mexican Summer/Anthology, “Feel the Music Vol. 1.”
In Conversation: Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith on the Beauty of Hayao Miyazaki
The composer and synthesist dives into the visually rich world of the greatest anime filmmaker of all time.
PREMIERE: Chromeo Dish Out the “Juice” Video
It’s the first single from Dave 1 and P-Thugg’s upcoming fifth LP Head Over Heels.
The Nominal Potency of Omni
Don’t call it slacker rock, but the Atlanta trio provide only the bare minimum.
PREMIERE: La Bouquet Break Taboos in “Kiss Me Kill Me” Video
The LA duo experiment with dated technology to roll in their new EP, Heavy Sunshine.
A Tale of Two Festivals at Voodoo 2017
There’s a lot to take in at New Orleans’ ~sPoOkY~ Halloween carnival. And a lot of choices to make about what the festival means to you.
Congratulations Tim and Eric on Your Ten-Year Anniversary, Great Job!
Back before Weird Internet was truly a thing, Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim were practically swimming in it. Ten years after they changed comedy, we look back on the making and legacy of “Awesome Show, Great Job!”
Dear Charlene: “I’m Giving Up Too Much of Myself”
Every month, comic and writer Charlene deGuzman answers your questions about love, loss, and loneliness.
Jenny Jaffe Will See You Now
The creator and star of IFC’s webseries “Neurotica” is here to help you deal.
Warsaw’s Neon Muzeum Lights Up the Night
Taking a tour through the lights that shined through a regime.
But What Do They Really Do in the Shadows?: A Brief History of Empathy in Vampire Film
Biography, allegory, and satire give voice to a severely misunderstood entity.
Getting Donuts in Outer Space with Midnight Sister
Fringe representatives of LA, the Jagjaguwar signees are building their own planet right here on Earth.
The Coppolas, Ranked
Oscars, Schmoscars. We’ve got the real winners of the family right here.
PREMIERE: Sweet Spirit Reach for “Salvation” in the New Season of Pickathon’s Slab Sessions
Kicking off the new batch of Happy Valley live performances with a bang.
Announcing FLOOD 7, Available Now for Purchase and Free Download
Our latest print edition features Miguel in conversation with Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova, and an in-depth chat with artist Sage Vaughn.
Miguel and Pussy Riot Party at the Brink
In the post-Trump world, everyone has an obligation to be political. But that doesn’t mean that we still don’t want to dance. Miguel and Nadya Tolokonnikova are figuring out how to do both.
FLOOD’s EastSide Food Festival Cookbook
Eighteen food and drink recipes straight from the stars of the fest’s fourth year.
Reconsidering Rear Window Ethics in TV’s First Golden Age
What we can learn about obsession, voyeurism, and coaxploitation from watching Jimmy Stewart watch TV.
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, “Soul of a Woman”
“Soul of a Woman” is full of light and hope, serving as a testament to the beauty of life—and love and friendship and all that good stuff we get to experience in our short time on this planet.