With 232 pages and an expanded 12″ by 12″ format, our biggest print issue yet celebrates the people, places, music, and art of our hometown, including cover features on David Lynch, Nipsey Hussle, Syd, and Phoebe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory Records, plus Brian Wilson, Cuco, Ty Segall, Lord Huron, Remi Wolf, The Doors, the art of RISK, Taz, Estevan Oriol, Kii Arens, and Edward Colver, and so much more.
AJJ, Disposable Everything
The Phoenix folk-punks’ eighth LP feels more post-/mid-apocalyptic than foreshadowing of it while maintaining the band’s wonderful mix of pathos and humor.
On their ninth album, the Malian outfit moves further through their exploratory desert-blues aesthetic by interlocking their groove with the sounds of American country music.
Thee Oh Sees, Live at Levitation
This 2012 recording from the Austin psych-rock festival makes the argument that the band can prove their mettle in just 40 minutes.
Ahead of her tour with Quinn XCII, the alt-pop songwriter performed the opening track from her debut album Good Thing We Stayed.
Ahead of their upcoming tour with Yungblud, the LA up-and-comers spin some of their favorite tunes.
Hosted by Adrian Spinelli, “FLOOD FM Backstage” will air all day at the top of each hour.
The Norwegian songwriter performs two tracks in Silver Lake amid her tour in support of her recent LP Crazy Life, out now.
Gary Numan, Love and Rockets, Boy Harsher, Billy Idol, and more from the event’s second year in Pasadena.
Ahead of their performance at Lightning in a Bottle this weekend, Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter take over the station with a handful of their favorite tunes.
Ethel Cain, Run the Jewels, Pavement, Pixies, and more from the fourth annual fest in Salt Lake City.
The Baltimore hardcore band took a break from their North American arena tour with blink-182 for a raucous, intimate hometown set benefitting Baltimore Youth Arts.
Behind the scenes with several of the Pasadena festival’s iconic artists.
Derek VanScoten’s latest album Bloom Bap landed back in March via Nettwerk.
The Bay Area luminaries are set to help the brand celebrate 150 years at a free event from May 19 to May 27.
M83, The Hives, Fever Ray, The Walkmen, and much more from Brookside at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA.
Ahead of her new LP Lucky for You, Alicia Bognanno is spinning everything from PJ Harvey to Soccer Mommy.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, MGMT, The Walkmen, and more will be playing at the Pasadena fest.
Watch Blu and her brother Rex take us on a ride around their new hometown of Los Angeles in this clip presented by Toyota.
The songwriter performs his new single as well as Joni’s “Night Ride Home” in the Norwegian capital’s botanical garden.
The duo are coming off last week’s release of their thirteenth studio album, So Many Other Realities Exist Simultaneously.
The recently reassembled band performed for the first time in Philadelphia since their legendary spaghetti dinner show in 2013.
The Canadian songwriter performs two tracks from her recent album Down Rounder in front of Willie Nelson’s old tour bus.
Shots of Toro Y Moi, The Black Angels, Melody’s Echo Chamber, Crumb, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and plenty more from the return of the annual event.
After helping the station celebrate its second birthday last month with an intimate set in Venice, the LA-based songwriter is taking over FLOOD FM all week.
On the heels of their new LP Rides On, the country-tinged garage rockers take us through an ideal day in both rural and urban New York.
The LA-based electro-pop duo takes us behind the scenes of their experience at weekend two of the Indio, California festival.
The indie-pop songwriter performs an acoustic take on her recent single in her parents’ backyard.
Live shots and backstage portraits with Flight Facilities, Aluna, Phantoms, SOHMI, Monolink, and more at the annual fest within the fest.
The Korean alt-rock star takes us behind the scenes of his debut performance at the Indio, California festival.
From her morning coffee to vintage shopping to a potluck with friends, the songwriter takes us through her “perfect mellow day” in her adopted hometown in New Mexico.
The LA-based four-piece takes us behind the scenes of their first weekend at the Indio, California festival.
The 15-week run of events begins on July 14.
The acoustic performance arrives shortly after the release of the UK group’s Never Going Unplugged acoustic EP.
The synth-pop icons’ Memento Mori tour touched down in NYC on Friday night.
On the heels of their recent single “Bang Bang,” Etta Friedman and Allegra Weingarten are taking over the station throughout the week.
Every Saturday leading up to the event on the weekend of May 13, we’ll be exclusively playing tracks by artists performing at the festival.
The songwriter helped us celebrate FLOOD FM’s two year anniversary with an intimate set in Venice last night.
All six stages at the annual Indio, California fest will be streaming on YouTube.
The Canadian duo’s latest EP Be Still My Heart arrives this Friday via Sandlot/AWAL.
Tim Rutili will release his latest album on May 19 via Jealous Butcher Records.
The songwriter will be performing April 12 at the Venice venue.
Gallo performs the album’s closing tracks “ANYTHING BUT THIS” and “I LOVE SOMEONE BURIED DEEP INSIDE OF YOU” in Fishtown.
As she wraps up her North American tour, the songwriter spins songs by Asake, Son Lux, Alvvays, and more.
From stops at shrines and temples to a cold beer at the end of the day, Maya Kuroki and Sei Nakauchi Pelletier take us through a day in the Japanese city they came up in.
Both tracks appeared on the Whigs frontman’s sophomore LP Golden Years, which was released last year.
The West Coast punks are taking over the station through March 31 with a tracklist featuring Butthole Surfers, Spirit of the Beehive, and more.
Be Your Own Pet, Bartees Strange, Militarie Gun, Sweet Pill, Debby Friday, Godcaster, and more highlights from the annual music conference.
The Brazilian songwriter performs a track from his latest release, Curyman, in the Santa Monica Mountains.
Plus Sunflower Bean, EKKSTACY, Frost Children, Victoria Canal, and more from backstage at the Mohawk
Midway through their March US tour, Lisa and Naomi Diaz take over the station to spin everything from Tame Impala to OutKast.
Plus photos of Sunflower Bean, Blondshell, Baby Rose, Frost Children, Sports Team, CIVIC, Barrie, Goon, and Victoria Canal from our return to the Mohawk.
The Melbourne rockers perform the single from their new LP Taken by Force ahead of their appearance this week at FLOODfest SXSW.
Blondshell, McKinley Dixon, PENDANT, Divino Niño, and more sets to prioritize this week.
Sunflower Bean, Blondshell, Baby Rose, Frost Children, Sports Team, Barrie, Civic, Goon, and Victoria Canal will also perform at the March 16 event at the Mohawk.
The talent agency’s second annual day party sponsored by FLOOD will feature sets from Indigo De Souza, The Nude Party, MICHELLE, and more.
Dre Babinski’s new album Newfound Oxygen is out now.
With the band’s first volume of singles out now via Sony Music, photographer Piper Ferguson revisits the band’s early appearances at the Troubadour, SXSW, Coachella, and more.
Natalie Mering played the first of two sold-out shows in New York on Friday night.
The Austin-based electronic composer performs his recent single atop the city’s iconic music venue.
The German nu-disco producer takes over the airwaves ahead of his appearance at M3F Festival in Phoenix this weekend.
The native Texan performs her recent single in the city’s arts district.
Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn spin everything from Helado Negro to Aldous Harding on their station takeover.
The Akron/Family offshoot performs the track from last year’s Experiments in Plant Based Music Vol. 1 atop a floating house.
With his debut album Good for Nothing (A Spiraling Blackout Montage) out now, Brandon Hoogenboom brings the song to a tunnel in Southern Orange County.
Monday through Friday, we’ll be spinning all your favorite artists’ covers of all your favorite songs.
Tell us what your favorite radio channel was growing up and these items could be yours.
The outlaw-pop songwriter performs her 2021 single along with a cut from her newly released God Is Dead EP in Southern California.
Ahead of their anticipated US tour, the French pop artist shares an eclectic DJ set with us.
Stephen Sanchez, ATL Jacob, Gunner Stahl, Blu De Tiger, Em Beihold, London on da Track, Victoria Canal, and more from the three-day pop-up experience celebrating #GRAMMYSNextGen
The second half of the PBS series’ 48th season kicked off at the beginning of January.
The art-pop duo take on O’Connor’s “Nothing Compares 2 U” in addition to a single from their forthcoming debut LP on a balcony a block from Times Square.
The destination includes an exhibit designed by Cey Adams celebrating 50 years of hip-hop with photography by Janette Beckman, Michael Lavine, B+, Danny Clinch, Greg Noire, and Gunner Stahl.
We’ll be spinning the brother/sister duo of Josh and Amy Dowdle’s vibey set every day through February 3.
The soul icon’s latest solo record Sentimental Fool arrived back in October via Daptone Records.
Steve Bays and Parker Bossley take us back to the early ’00s with their guest DJ set.
The SD-based group performs two songs at the storied Che Café in La Jolla.
The punk trio took their Together, Baby! single to the Clovelly Cliffs on Australia’s East Coast.
The Vancouver-based post-punk revivalist is taking over the station all week with hand-picked tunes.
The Australian songwriter’s 20th studio album I’m Fun! arrived in August via Ten Fingers/Warner.
10 series that lived up to the virality of their screencaps.
Shannon Busch gives an acoustic performance of both tracks from her forthcoming debut LP outside of her recording studio.
10 movies that helped us navigate everything from complicated familial drama to psychotic conspiracy theorists.
Kicking off on Monday and running through Christmas Day, make FLOOD FM your source for great and eclectic holiday music.
10 tracks that look toward the past to push things forward.
The songwriter performs an acoustic take on his recent single in the capital city.
Sloan Struble is taking over the station this week with handpicked tunes.
25 records that were hard to take out of rotation this year.
The band was joined by Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino, Darkside’s Dave Harrington, and Miya Folick during their three-night residency.
The Australian indie rockers perform the track in the Sydney suburb shortly after releasing an acoustic version last week.
The synth-pop duo gives us a look into their unpredictable world by spinning a handful of their current favorite songs.
The UK indie rockers perform a track off their new album I Don’t Belong Anywhere, out now via Physical Education Recordings.
50 percent of proceeds of the 19″ x 19″ limited edition giclée print benefit the Neighborhood Nip Foundation.
The Louisville rockers’ latest album Asking for a Friend is set to arrive January 27 via Elektra Records.
Trevor Hutchens performs his hit single featuring Bipolar Sunshine & KALLITECHNIS on the beach.
Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood’s Radiohead side-project with drummer Tom Skinner played New York this past weekend.
With her new album out now, Natalie Mering stops by to spin tunes and share stories on a new installment of the series airing all week.
The event will cap off their North American residency tour in June next year.
Jesse Clasen performs a solo acoustic version of the title track from the DC-based duo’s new LP.
Leading up to the UK trio’s new EP on Friday, all three members will be spinning tunes and telling stories on the series’ latest episode.
The French duo’s debut album Forever Melodies is out now.
The bands played two enthralling sold-out shows in Los Angeles this week.
From November 7 to 11, join the musician and Stranger Things actress as she spins tunes and shares stories.