Tag: Angel Olsen
PLAYLIST: Nanami Ozone Break Down Their Influences on “NO”
Prior to releasing their sophomore record, the Phoenix noise pop band walked us through the thirteen tracks that inspired it.
PREMIERE: Sonny Smith Gets Lost in “Pictures of You” Video
The West Coast garage rock icon goes solo for Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound label on the forthcoming “Rod for Your Love,” grows nostalgic in video for first single.
Alex Cameron, “Forced Witness”
The characters on “Forced Witness,” Alex Cameron’s second record, make the sociopaths from his debut look like amateurs.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Panorama (7/28–30/2017)
Setting sail to Randall’s Island.
FYF Fest Still Isn’t Coachella (And That’s a Good Thing)
Headliners were a story, as always, but they weren’t the story out of the fest’s inaugural three-day run at Expo Park.
I Got So Much Magic, You Can Have It: How the Near West Side Was Won at Pitchfork Fest
Solange, Angel Olsen, Kamaiyah, and a host of brilliant female artists took over Chicago’s Union Park this weekend.
FLOOD’s Best Records of 2016
Great year for music, terrible year for everything else.
Persona/Personality: The Two Sides of Angel Olsen
After responding to initial fame and acclaim by moving to a small town, Angel Olsen has quickly solidified herself as one of the brightest lights in music. And with “My Woman,” her new LP, she’s ready to present who she truly is—whether you want to run up that hill with her or not.
Announcing FLOOD 5, Available Now for Physical Purchase and Free Download
Featuring cover stories on Daveed Diggs and Angel Olsen.
PLAYLIST: Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster Has a Set of Short Stories for You
The Oxford, Mississippi singer-songwriter shares the tracks that inspired his new literary new album, “Constant Stranger.”
The Butterfly, Uh-uh That’s Old, Here’s the Initial Lineup for POP Montreal 2016
Work them hips a lil’ bit.
LISTEN: Lionlimb Pay Their Dues But Skip the Fare on Debut Track “Turnstile”
Yeah, this band is going to be successful.
Coachella 2015, Weekend 1: Like The Deserts Miss The Rain
Coachella opens its doors, featuring craft beer, interactive art installations, and Drake.
Sasquatch! Music Festival Solidifies Stacked Lineup for May
The highly anticipated Memorial Day weekend fest has expanded to include a grand total of one hundred and twenty-seven artists.
Coachella 2015 Lineup Announced (And Once Again, David Bowie Isn’t Playing)
Though this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was basically sold out before any bands were even announced, the lineup is now officially out,…
FYF 2014: We Will Survive
Run The Jewels, Caribou, Ty Segall, Phoenix, Interpol, Grimes, Darkside, Flying Lotus, The Strokes, Built To Spill, and more.