Announcing FLOOD 3, Available Now for Physical Purchase and Free Download
Featuring cover stories on Iggy Pop and Josh Homme, as well as Michael Muller’s shark photography.
After first releasing copies into the wild at FLOODfest SXSW, we’re extremely proud to be introducing our new magazine, FLOOD 3. Click here to buy your copy, and here and here (or on the cover images below) to download each side of the digital version. And if you’d like to be sent future digital issues of FLOOD, sign up for that here.
As you might have inferred, FLOOD 3 is our third print issue, following, you guessed it, FLOOD 1 and FLOOD 2. This latest installment is our biggest yet, delving deeper into the worlds of music, film, TV, art, food, drink, and travel.
Our cover stars reach both ends of the Earth: on one side, we dig into the desert with Iggy Pop and Josh Homme, who went into Joshua Tree together and came back with Post Pop Depression, Iggy’s new record; and on the other, we dive into the sea with Michael Muller, who developed a cutting edge system for capturing revolutionary photographs of sharks in the open water.
In between the sand and water, we visit Paris with Son Little, Nigeria with Lemi Ghariokwu, and Cuba with Natalie Morales (who has some advice for those of you thinking about visiting her family’s homeland). We hear the sirens’ call with the recently reunited Lush, celebrate Kumail Nanjiani’s birthday (not), tear it up with the skate-based art of Don Pendleton, talk family and career with Andrew Bird, and live the NYC life (in LA) with Grace Mitchell.
As always, FLOOD is bookended with Breaking profiles on new forces to be reckoned with: Margo Price, Lucius, and Boulevards represent music, while Grinder and Parks and Recreation star Natalie Morales and Meadowland director Reed Morano rep film and TV, and Elizabeth O’Neill of Woodford Reserve teaches us how to be better drinkers. Oh, and you don’t have to be human to be Breaking: we also have profiles on The Broad museum in Downtown Los Angeles and the Hotel Van Zandt in Austin.
And if reading isn’t exactly your forte (how did you make it this far?!), we have specially curated photography from the far reaches of the Philippines, Singapore, Galápagos Islands, and Cuba. Desert and ocean, guys.
If you find yourself at an Ace Hotel, you’re in luck: copies of FLOOD 3 are available in every room. Otherwise, click here and here to download either side of FLOOD 3, click here to buy a physical copy, and here to sign up to be sent future issues.