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.
FLOOD’s Best Records of 2017 (So Far)
We’re halfway there.
“Hang” feels like a dramatic work in eight parts—a vaudeville act about Hollywood and the bastardized Manifest Destiny that it’s created.
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.
The FLOOD Top 40
Our favorite tracks of the year, (almost) all in one place.
The Lemon Twigs, “Do Hollywood”
The Long Island brothers practically have glitter in their blood.
Watch Out for The Lemon Twigs
The fact that McCartney was twenty-three when he wrote “Yesterday” can still spoil someone’s day, so proceed with caution in knowing that these dudes are teenagers.
Formed out of the dissolution of personal and professional bonds, Max Kakacek and Julien Ehrlich’s new project is a transmission of inner rapids—and their first full-length, “Light Upon the Lake,” is a postcard from the calm on the other side.
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2014: In Photos
Capturing the sights from the sounds of the three-day weekend, including John Waters, Modest Mouse, Death From Above 1979, Ginuwine, Fred Armisen, and more.
Foxygen, “…And Star Power”
What makes Foxygen’s third album so fascinating is how close they are to falling apart sonically, as if the more delicate songs were one beat away from collapsing into a pile of drumsticks and glitter.