In Conversation: Cerrone Returns to Disco Roots on “DNA”
The French artist is among the most influential of the disco era, and one of dance music’s first trailblazers.
Caribou’s Dan Snaith: the Family Man Surrounded By Change
His long-awaited seventh album, “Suddenly,” is an exercise in empathy.
Best Coast: Feeling OK for the First Time
In our new digital cover story, Bethany Cosentino talks “Always Tomorrow” and how she got to the point of finally feelin’ good and getting sober.
In Conversation: Banoffee Leans Into Her Family History on “Look At Us Now Dad”
Australian singer Martha Brown explains how familial research and a move to LA inspired her glittering debut.
In Conversation: Noémie Merlant Captures the Gaze of a Painter in Love for “Portrait of a Lady on Fire”
The star of Céline Sciamma’s smoldering queer romance details her experience on set.
Floria Sigismondi, Goddess of Grotesquery
The Canadian-Italian music video director on her career and second feature film, “The Turning.”
Poppy Is Still An Enigma, But One On Her Own Terms
On her third album “I Disagree,” the YouTube sensation starts from scratch.
Mick Jenkins Pursues Creative Freedom on “The Circus”
The Chicago rapper talks managing duality while maintaining a vibe on his recent EP.
In Conversation: Remembering Gang of Four’s Andy Gill (1956-2020)
A previously unpublished interview with the post-punk guitar legend.
Air’s Nicolas Godin Doesn’t Feel the Music Industry Pressure
At 50, the French musician’s made his third solo album and lives contentedly in Paris, far away from the scene.
Frances Quinlan on Communication, Getting Strange, and Her New Solo Album
The Hop Along band leader goes solo (again) on “Likewise.”
PLAYLIST: Holy Fuck’s Songs That Inspired “Deleter”
Keyboardist Graham Walsh explains how E-40, Oneohtrix Point Never, and other artists influence the band’s music.
In Conversation: Jody Stephens Talks Big Star’s Enduring Legacy
With Craft Recordings reissuing their first two LPs, the band’s drummer takes us behind the scenes of their inception.
Trail of Dead’s Conrad Keely on Leaving Cambodia and the Band’s First LP in 6 Years
Keely discusses the uncertainties that influenced the art-rock group’s tenth album.
The Year in FLOOD: 25 Interviews that Defined 2019
The best chats we had this year with our favorite artists spanning music, film, TV, and more.
Are Empath Really Friends? An Investigation
The tightly knit punks spell out their relationships to Deerhoof, hi-fi, and each other on a recent tour stop.
JPEGMAFIA: Artist of the Year
Our first ever AotY talks about the changing landscape of music.
In Conversation: Fatima Al Qadiri on Her Haunted Digital Score for Mati Diop’s “Atlantics”
On her first soundtracking experience, decolonizing art, and why an electronic film score is so unique.