Tag: A Tribe Called Quest
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Outside Lands (8/11–13/2017)
Belle and Sebastian, Fleet Foxes, Kaytranada, and more play in the Bay.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Panorama (7/28–30/2017)
Setting sail to Randall’s Island.
FYF Fest Still Isn’t Coachella (And That’s a Good Thing)
Headliners were a story, as always, but they weren’t the story out of the fest’s inaugural three-day run at Expo Park.
I Got So Much Magic, You Can Have It: How the Near West Side Was Won at Pitchfork Fest
Solange, Angel Olsen, Kamaiyah, and a host of brilliant female artists took over Chicago’s Union Park this weekend.
POW!: Twelve Albums That Influenced “Check Your Head”
Great record collectors make great records. Uh, sometimes.
PLAYLIST: A Soundtrack to the Resistance
Mute your TV. Turn up your stereo.
Run the Jewels, “Run the Jewels 3”
There is immense catharsis in Killer Mike and El-P’s appetite for destruction.
Friends with Benefits: Whitney, Sinkane, Rhys Darby, and More on the Year that Was
Our pals from the worlds of music, film, and TV offer their lists for the best of the year.
The FLOOD Top 40
Our favorite tracks of the year, (almost) all in one place.
FLOOD’s Best Records of 2016
Great year for music, terrible year for everything else.
A Tribe Called Quest, “We Got It From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service”
A Tribe Called Quest’s first album in eighteen years—and last album ever—is as urgent as “Atrocity Exhibition” and as easygoing as “The Low End Theory.”
RIP: Phife Dawg (1970–2016)
The legendary emcee passed away yesterday.
LISTEN: Kendrick Lamar Drops Eight-Song “untitled unmastered” [UPDATED]
New K.Dot available right now.
WATCH: A Tribe Called Quest Reunites on “The Tonight Show” to Perform “Can I Kick It?”
Still no word on how this affects the future of the group.
WATCH: A Tribe Called Quest Rock a Brooklyn Basement in the Early ’90s
Can I kick it?
Sound Board: The Week’s Best Tracks
Our picks for the best tracks out there for the week of October 12–October 16, 2015. Headphone-tested, FLOOD-approved.
“Dope” Brings the Noise
Rick Famuyiwa’s music-fueled indie drug comedy hits all the right notes.