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.
Bob Dylan, The Bootleg Series Vol. 17: Fragments – Time Out of Mind Sessions: 1996-1997
On the series’ 17th installment, listeners are transported to the sound of desire, a Dylan reconnecting and reconnoitering with a curt and surly muse.
Bass Drum of Death, Say I Won’t
The Mississippi garage rockers move past lo-fi toward a more soulful and power-chord heavy sound on their Patrick Carney–produced fifth album.
Lil Yachty, Let’s Start Here.
The Atlanta rapper has taken up the mantle of prog-psychedelic, live-band hip-hop, and the results are as outwardly wily and avant-garde as they are insular and introspective.
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.
Beskin and his band perform the track from their debut album Somewhere Sideways Same as You in the neighborhood of Normaltown.
The annual psych-rock (and beyond) fest took over Downtown Austin for Halloween weekend.
After returning with the new single “City of Angels,” the British electropop group takes over the airwaves.
Hot off a summer tour with HAIM, Kane Ritchotte and Malcolm McRae have also revealed the new single “Another Change.”
Both tracks appear on the Canadian songwriter’s new EP Mouse.
From his morning cold brew to vintage shopping to a night at the movies, the singer-songwriter reveals his perfect day in his hometown.
Ahead of their US tour in November in support of 20 years of The Invisible Band, the indie rockers perform their period-defining single in Kelvingrove Park.
Lizzie Killian performs the track from her self-titled debut EP, out now via Asian Man Records.
Plus backstage shots of SOFI TUKKER, Nation of Language, Sloppy Jane, L’Impératrice, and others from the annual festival in Texas.
The LA-based songwriter will be spinning tunes and sharing stories on a new episode airing daily October 17-21.
The video arrives ahead of the duo’s full set scheduled to air this Saturday, October 15, on PBS.
Joined by Great Grandpa’s Al Menne, the songwriter performs two tracks from his new LP Quitters.
Plus shots of MUNA, Carly Rae Jepsen, Japanese Breakfast, SZA, and other acts from weekend one in Texas.
Liz Stokes and John Pearce will be spinning tunes and sharing stories on a new episode airing daily October 10-14.
The track will appear on the electro-pop duo’s third LP Chrysalism.
Ahead of the release of Alpha Zulu, Thomas Mars and Laurent Brancowitz will be spinning tunes from their personal record collections.
Queen, Pink, Rush, Them Crooked Vultures, Joan Jett, Alanis Morrisette, and more paid tribute to the Foo Fighters drummer.
The track comes from the Americana mainstays’ album El Mirador released earlier this year.
Shots from the inaugural electronic music festival at Pier 80 in San Francisco.
Shots of Sunny Day Real Estate, Alice Glass, Taking Back Sunday, The Joy Formidable, and more from Chicago’s Douglass Park.
The FLOOD-sponsored event on September 30 also features Arushi Jain.
Shots from the band’s hometown show in the midst of their reunion tour.
Plus The Joy Formidable, Pale Waves, carolesdaughter, Foxy Shazam and more behind the scenes from Chicago’s Douglas Park.
Plus Fontaines D.C., Arca, Clairo, PinkPantheress, Khruangbin, and more from Los Angeles State Historic Park.
Kicking off September 19, the Irish post-punks are taking over FLOOD FM for the final installment of “Hacked” episodes in partnership with Primavera Sound LA.
The psych rockers perform the song outside Space ATX studio ahead of the release of their new LP Wilderness of Mirrors this Friday.
Beginning September 12, the two bands are taking over FLOOD FM for a series of “Hacked” episodes in partnership with Primavera Sound LA.
The LA-based songwriter’s EP State Lines dropped last month.
Beginning September 5, the Houston-based trio takes over FLOOD FM for the second installment in a series of “Hacked” episodes in partnership with Primavera Sound LA.
The track appears on the musician’s latest solo LP Woven Together, which arrived earlier this month.
Shots of Le Tigre, IDLES, Caroline Polachek, Sparks, Earl Sweatshirt, Turnstile, and more from Pasadena, CA.
Gibbard shares stories and handpicked tunes ahead of his band’s 10th studio album Asphalt Meadows arriving in September.
Every Saturday leading up to the event on the weekend of September 24, we’ll be exclusively playing tracks by artists performing at the festival.
The LA-based artist and producer performs the track from his new EP IT’S OKAY, WE’RE DREAMING II: don’t worry, i’ll be fine.
The LA-based band takes over FLOOD FM for the first in a series of Hacked episodes in partnership with Primavera Sound LA.
Celebrate the Clash frontman’s birthday on August 21 with his favorite songs curated by his widow Lucinda Tait with input from friends, family, and bandmates.
The Inland Empire rapper dropped his sophomore EP Energy at the beginning of the summer via Secretly Canadian.
The synthwave duo will be taking over FLOOD FM all week beginning August 15 with hand-picked songs and stories.
Today’s show also includes new music from Dodie, Alvvays, and Surf Curse.
Shots of Wet Leg, Pussy Riot, Sampa the Great, Local Natives, The Marías, and more from Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.
Scenes from Grant Park in Chicago over the weekend.
Plus, shots of Green Day’s festival headlining set from Skydeck Chicago at Willis Tower.
The psych-rock group performs two tracks from their new LP Hour of Green Evening outside of LA.
Behind-the-scenes shots of artists from the Chicago music fest over the weekend.
Jackson Phillips plays two track from his recent LP Pastlife ahead of his upcoming tour with Two Door Cinema Club.
From Kendrick Lamar to Tom Petty, the band’s multi-instrumentalist dives into the 10 records that best define his hometown.
The Real Estate vocalist performs two tracks from his latest solo LP Magic Sign, out now via Domino.
The three-day immersive car camping fest in Long Pond, PA also features Tycho, Kaskade, Zed’s Dead, FISHER, REZZ, and many more.
The comedian and songwriter will be taking over FLOOD FM all week beginning July 18 with hand-picked songs and stories.
Madelene Eliasson gives an acoustic performance of two tracks from her debut album This End Had No Beginning.
Sophie Allison will be taking over FLOOD FM all week beginning July 11 with hand-picked songs and stories.
Today’s show also includes new music from Maya Hawke, Pussy Riot, and SG Lewis.
The Summer Cannibals vocalist’s new EP I Think My Heart Loves to Break is out now.
25 albums that have stuck with us so far as the AOTY contenders continue to roll in.
The alt-soul duo bring their HARMINE single to Hampstead Heath.
The 20″ x 20″ silk-screened print, signed by Arens and numbered, benefits The David Lynch Foundation.
The duo bring “The Tree” and “Camera” to their nighttime set.
The rescheduled festival kicked off in Lisbon, Portugal this past weekend.
Sonia Kreitzer brings the single from her new EP of the same name to the San Bernardino Mountains.
The band headlined two shows at the historic open-air amphitheater outside of Denver.
The 48-hour streaming event kicking off on June 19 was also curated by Derrick Hodge, The Suffers, BLK ODYSSY, Boulevards, Kenndog, Seratones, Jayson Cash, Kah-Lo, and Jahi Sundance.
Bridgers even treated the packed New Jersey venue with a Bruce Springsteen cover.
The songwriter plays three tracks from her first album since 2008 on a stoop in Greenpoint.