In Conversation: Thundercat Has a Thunderchat About “Drunk,” Yacht Rock
Plus: You’ve been calling Kenny Loggins by the wrong name all these years.
The Chicago quartet give sunny garage pop a melancholy tweak.
In Conversation: Sinkane on Positivity in the Age of Trump
Even with the new regime in power, the musical polymath is still feeling good.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Air + Style (2/18–19/2017)
YG, TV on the Radio, and a whole lot of snowboarders get high in LA.
Breaking: Mozart’s Sister
The Montreal producer and singer shows a new face on “Field of Love.”
Freedom Rock: The Fuzzbox Liturgy of Ty Segall
Having conquered a variety of genre albums in recent years, the genre this time around is that there isn’t a genre—just a dedication to the sanctity of the music and music alone.
Hollywood’s Singular Vision: Foxygen Hang On to the American Dream
Following a release cycle marred by breakup rumors, Sam France and Jonathan Rado have reappeared from behind the velvet curtain, and they’re more unified than ever.
Don’t Break Up Your Band: Matt Sweeney and Clay Tarver of Chavez Talk “Cockfighters”
Indie vets Chavez return after a twenty-year recorded absence with a surprising, vital set of songs.
The New Dawn of New Age
How the consciousness-raising movement emerged from the margins to become a predominant force in American pop culture—and where the light might shine next.
Under The Influence: Andy Shauf
The Saskatchewan-raised singer-songwriter treats a mundane gathering like a glass menagerie on his ANTI- debut “The Party.”
Friends with Benefits: Whitney, Sinkane, Rhys Darby, and More on the Year that Was
Our pals from the worlds of music, film, and TV offer their lists for the best of the year.
In Conversation: Thomas Dolby Drops Science Like Galileo Dropped the Orange
After pop stardom, the “She Blinded Me with Science” singer set his sights on the intersection of music and technology.
The FLOOD Top 40
Our favorite tracks of the year, (almost) all in one place.
FLOOD’s Best Records of 2016
Great year for music, terrible year for everything else.
In Conversation: “Loving” Composer David Wingo on Separating Inspiration and Imagination
Jeff Nichols is one of the most exciting directors working today, not just because of his own artistic vision, but also because of the people…
2016 Holiday Gift Guide
At this point, we’ll take any excuse to celebrate.
The Dark Night: Jóhann Jóhannsson on “Orphée”
The Arrival composer gives voice to an unlikely subject: himself.
The Score: Mica Levi
The “Jackie” composer—and leader of Micachu and the Shapes—shares her favorite moments in which film and music blend seamlessly to create the perfect scene.