Tag: Charles Bradley

The Two Sides of Pickathon’s Happy Valley

It was a festival filled with dualities: that Charles Bradley is not a lone eagle, that J Mascis can blow out an amp and shred on acoustic within a matter of hours, that the pleasant Pacific Northwest can still get really freakin’ hot.

PREMIERE: Paul and the Tall Trees Get Sweet in “She Comes Around” Video

Taken from last year’s “Our Love in the Light.”

The FLOOD Top 40

Our favorite tracks of the year, (almost) all in one place.

Fuck (Yeah to) Everything: FYF Fest 2016

A good music festival for a bad year.

WATCH: Set Up Camp and Watch the Bonnaroo Live Stream Here

No sunscreen required.

Various Artists, “Day of the Dead”

Various Artists Day of the Dead 4AD 7/10 For its twentieth edition in a series of fund-raising various-artist projects, the Red Hot Organization—an international charity…

Kendrick Lamar, Grace Jones, LCD Soundsystem, Tame Impala to Headline FYF Fest 2016

Pull up to the bumper at Exposition Park this August.

Sound Board: The Week’s Best Tracks

Our picks for the best tracks out there for the week of February 1–5, 2015. Headphone-tested, FLOOD-approved.

LISTEN: Charles Bradley Wants “Change for the World”

Changes is out April 1 on Dunham/Daptone.

FLOOD’s 25 Most Anticipated Albums of 2016

The twenty-five releases we’re most looking forward to hearing this year.

Sound Board: The Week’s Best Tracks

Our picks for the best tracks out there for the week of December 7–11, 2015. Headphone-tested, FLOOD-approved.

WATCH: Charles Bradley Is Going Through “Changes”

The Screaming Eagle’s third LP “Changes” will be out April 1 via Dunham/Daptone Records.

Saddle Up the Palomino: For Two Nights Only, Neil Fest Is Headed for New York

Ryan Adams, Sharon Van Etten, Charles Bradley, Elvis Perkins, Norah Jones, Body/Head, and plenty more thrashers will roll by, with further additions to come.

The Stones to Shine a Light on Canada at This Year’s Festival d’été de Québec

More than 300 shows are lined up over eleven days, including sets from Interpol, Run The Jewels, Black Lips, Future Islands, De La Soul, and METZ.

Coachella 2015, Weekend 1: Like The Deserts Miss The Rain

Coachella opens its doors, featuring craft beer, interactive art installations, and Drake.

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