FLOOD ESSENTIALS: MARCH 2019 featuring Tame Impala, Lizzo, SASAMI, and More
In our opinion, these were the new tunes worth your while during the first month of spring.
The Best Songs of 2018
Ten tracks we relied on in an ever-changing year.
The Best Albums of 2018
Twenty-five albums to kill your loneliness. Or at least make it suffer a little.
At Twenty-Five, Bikini Kill’s “Pussy Whipped” Reminds Us We Still Have a Right To Be Hostile
The group’s debut—and the riot grrrl movement at large—feels more vital than ever.
The Best Albums of 2018 (So Far)
From Amen Dunes to Yo La Tengo, twenty-five releases from this year that are leading the pack.
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard’s Five 2017 Albums, Ranked
The proggy psych septet destroyed any traditional conception of a release cycle last year, but each of their five LPs are worth talking about on their own.
Things Called “Arm and Hammer,” Ranked
Counting off five Hammers that are just so hyped.
Pourin’ One Out: Four Promising Atlanta Bands That Called It Quits in 2017
…and four that thankfully didn’t.
The Best Reissues of 2017
Five favorites from this year that had a story to tell and music to back it up.
The 2017 FLOOD Holiday Gift Guide
Clock’s a-tickin’, but we’ve got you covered.
The Best Albums of 2017
Twenty-five full-lengths that kept us going, one way or the other.
The Best Songs of 2017
Ten compositions that changed our landscapes, big and small.
FLOOD’s Best Records of 2017 (So Far)
We’re halfway there.
Does Ed from Radiohead Only Sing His Own Name? An Investigative Report
Not all fan theories are garbage.
Nine of Kendrick Lamar’s Most Underrated Raps
Ease the “DAMN.” suspense with some of the deepest cuts.
Shoot to Thrill: Fifteen Australian Acts You Should Know
There’s more to the place than Tame Impala and knifey-spoony, you ignoramus.
The Cynicism Cure
A sincere celebration of principled people and the art they produce.
Dig for Fire: 25 Upcoming Albums More People Should Be Talking About
From québécois kraut-funk to the return of two of indie rock’s most celebrated sidemen, these are the unsung albums we’re most excited for this year.