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Remembering Kraftwerk’s Florian Schneider Through His Most Widely Overlooked Work

We revisit the late electronic music pioneer’s legacy via early LPs and recently unearthed recordings.

PREMIERE: Collapsing Scenery Share “The Grey Cardinal” Video

The clip channels Russian propaganda and a chain-smoking clown.

LISTEN: Run the Jewels Shares Greg Nice and DJ Premier Collab “Ooh LA LA”

It’s the second single from El-P and Killer Mike this week.

You Do It To Yourself: Radiohead’s “The Bends” at 25 Years

A track-by-track ranking of the album that made me realize it was OK to be anxious.

PLAYLIST: Holy Fuck’s Songs That Inspired “Deleter”

Keyboardist Graham Walsh explains how E-40, Oneohtrix Point Never, and other artists influence the band’s music.

WATCH: Grouplove Release Video for New Single “Deleter”

Off the Los Angeles band’s upcoming fourth album.

Brittany Murphy Still Deserves Your Attention

On the tenth anniversary of the actress’ untimely death, her legacy lives on—though not as potently as it should. 

The Best Albums of 2019

Twenty-five records that brought joy in a tough year.

The 2010s: Artists Pick Their Top 10 Albums of the Decade

We asked Charly Bliss, Best Coast, Grouplove, Local Natives, and more to tell us the records they loved most this decade.

Johnny Marr Shoots Down Rumors of a Smiths Reunion with Morrissey

The guitarist invoked Brexit party leader Nigel Farage in his response to a Morrissey question. 

Zombie Comedy Final Showdown Locales, Ranked

Pick your battlefield.

In Conversation: The B-52s Are Still Sassy After All These Years

Fred Schneider walks us through forty years of the band, from their first “SNL” appearance to entertaining crowds of a million.

Natasha Khan Finds Herself on Bat for Lashes’ “Lost Girls”

The English expat talks her new album, alter egos, settling in LA, and giving back to the community.

This Year’s Halloween Horror Nights Features a Maze Inspired by Jordan Peele’s “Us”

Universal Studios invites you to confront your murderous doppelgänger.

PLAYLIST: Penelope Isles’ Bangers ’n’ Mash-Ups

The scuzzy Brightoners serve up eleven of their sweetest kitchen jams.

Nicolas Winding Refn and Cliff Martinez on the Primal Melding of Music and Image

Refn—through the platform of provocative filmmaking and his desire for big, sexy music—made people stop and notice Cliff Martinez.

The Best Albums of 2019 (So Far)

From American Football to Weyes Blood, twenty-five releases from this year that we stand behind without wobbling.

PREMIERE: BRONCHO Face a Strange Encounter in “All Choked Up” Video

Before hitting the road with Methyl Ethel, the Oklahoman garage rockers give the “Bad Behavior” opener a video treatment.

FLOOD ESSENTIALS: April 2019 feat. Khalid, Flying Lotus, Aldous Harding, and More

Give a listen to some of our favorite songs and albums from last month.

Wu-Tang at the Movies

It’s a Wu-Revolution on screens big and small as the Clan take on Showtime and horror flicks.

The 2018 FLOOD Holiday Gift Guide

Have some panicked last minute holiday shopping to do? Look no further.

The Best TV of 2018

Ten shows worth making the time for.

The Best Films of 2018

Ten movies we think are wild and weird and worthwhile.

The Best Albums of 2018

Twenty-five albums to kill your loneliness. Or at least make it suffer a little.

The Real World and Road Rules of Swearin’

Allison Crutchfield, Kyle Gilbride, and Jeff Bolt were just getting started when Swearin’ first called it quits. But then they said fuck all that and made something new.

Wu-Tang Clan: Twenty-Five Years Ain’t Nuthing Ta F’ Wit

Our FLOOD 9 cover story on Wu-Tang Clan, the rap group with a religious following.

Haddonfield, Revisited: John Carpenter’s Walk Back to “Halloween,” Forty Years Later

What many consider the scariest movie ever made started as a casual idea tossed out to a young filmmaker who understood the terror inherent within our own homes. That filmmaker also knew how to play the synthesizer. 

Please Consider Megan Amram (For Something)

The Twitter maven, comedian, and writer for “The Good Place” has been awards-scheming with her webseries “An Emmy for Megan.”

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