LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Outside Lands 2018
Her Story Is Ours: Hannah Gadsby’s “Nanette” Is a Performance to Push Us Forward
Outlaw Country, Saharan Folk, and Cosmic Sorcery: Into the Woods for Pickathon 2018
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Beach Goth 2018
The Growlers-curated festival returns with a brand new energy—not to mention a resurrected Ramones.
Lollapalooza 2018: The Youth Shall Set You Free
As the Chicago-set music festival ages, its audience appears to be getting younger.
FLOODfest Chicago 2018 Holds Court
Japanese Breakfast, St. Vincent, and Just Loud tore up the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel for FLOODfest’s fourth year.
PREMIERE: Night Shop Contemplates the Finitude of Love on “The Ship Has Sailed”
The latest track from Justin Sullivan’s debut heads back into the woods.
It’s Time to Talk About Those “Music From and Inspired by ‘Spider-Man’” Albums
The official unofficial soundtracks to Sam Raimi’s trilogy reflect an odd moment in the history of popular movie soundtracks—namely one in which the soundtracks’ songs don’t actually appear in the movies.
PREMIERE: Dead Hearts Club Mourn “Dead Friends” in Video
Dead Hearts Club remember those they’ve lost once upon a time in the deserted west.
Dive in to the 2018 FLOOD Festival Guide, Presented by SiriusXM and Toyota
Featuring cover stories on St. Vincent, in conversation with Phillipa Price, and Arcade Fire, in conversation with Ben Jaffe of Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
“MASSEDUCTION” Goes Massive: St. Vincent and Philippa Price Roll with the Punches
Annie Clark and visual artist Philippa Price designed St. Vincent’s latest tour specifically for festivals—and to make you ask, “Is this OK?”
All the Ugly Sunglasses in “Mission: Impossible 2,” Ranked
*flips hair out of eyes while rock-climbing*
PREMIERE: Precious Kid Wonders “Was It Worth the Love Song” in Video
The Orange County duo dial it back another decade in their latest video.
Nnamdi Ogbonnaya’s Rubber-Hose Raps Are Fit for Saturday Mornings
With a musical portfolio as diverse as it is outlandish, the Chicago-based rapper and multi-instrumentalist rightly insists that you could never be a Nnamdi.
RSVP: FLOODfest Chicago 2018 with Japanese Breakfast, St. Vincent (DJ Set), and Just Loud
Plus, enter to win a trip to Chicago to go to Lollapalooza as well.
Todd McFarlane Is Bored with Origin Stories
The comics legend talks the future of the medium, twenty-five years of “Spawn,” and creating an upcoming film with the producers of “Get Out.”
PREMIERE: Baked Get Ironic with “Hope You’re Happy”
The Brooklyn-based group announce their EP II with an Alanis-inspired burner.
Dear Charlene: “It Feels Like It’s Too Late for Therapy”
Every month, writer and actor Charlene deGuzman answers your questions about love, loss, and loneliness.
PREMIERE: Ian St. Pé Gets Vérité in “Spun and Spurn” Video
The ex–Black Lip tells the story of the “Fixed Focus” track through grainy home-video footage.
In Conversation: Charlotte Gainsbourg Is Far from Home
Ahead of a rare solo show in LA, we talked with Gainsbourg about Trump, Hollywood, and keeping things mysterious.
RECAP: FLOOD 8 Launch Party with Roy Choi and DJ Anthony Valadez
In celebration of our eighth print issue, Roy Choi offered up food wisdom for the ages.
Shooter Jennings, “Shooter”
Shooter Jennings has never let convention or the commonplace slow his roll or stand in the way of a great notion.