Tag: Courtney Barnett
Hear Vagabon and Courtney Barnett’s Cover of Karen Dalton’s Version of “Reason to Believe”
Laetitia Tamko also shares plans for a live stream event scheduled for January 29.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Courtney Barnett at The Stanley/Overlook Hotel
The Aussie singer rocked the legendary location inspo for Stephen King’s “The Shining.”
The 2010s: Ten Great Debut Albums from the Past Decade
From Janelle Monáe to Deafheaven, some notable career-defining first releases.
PLAYLIST: Jenny Owen Youngs’ Night Songs
Youngs shares fourteen tracks she looked to for inspiration on her nocturnal new EP.
LISTEN: Courtney Barnett Covers Loose Tooth for Forthcoming Milk! Records Comp
Barnett gives the new-wavy “Keep On” a deadpan makeover.
Aging with the Band: Wilco and the Intersection of Mythologies
On lost love, recovery, and music at Solid Sound 2019.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Courtney Barnett Takes Tokyo By Storm
On this leg of the “Tell Me How You Really Feel” tour, it was straight to the Land of the Rising Sun for the Aussie rocker.
Jen Cloher Brings “Forgot Myself” to the Pickathon Slab
The Aussie songwriter performs the opening track to her 2017 self-titled album for her Slab Session.
The Best Albums of 2018
Twenty-five albums to kill your loneliness. Or at least make it suffer a little.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Treasure Island 2018
After a year’s hiatus, the Bay Area festival returns, albeit in a new location.
Outlaw Country, Saharan Folk, and Cosmic Sorcery: Into the Woods for Pickathon 2018
The Happy Valley music festival once again stands out during festival season by embracing its natural surroundings and simply enlisting musicians who fit the scene.
The Best Albums of 2018 (So Far)
From Amen Dunes to Yo La Tengo, twenty-five releases from this year that are leading the pack.
The Radical Earnestness, and Subtle Jubilation, of FORM Arcosanti
In its fourth year, the Hundred Waters–curated weekend proved once again what sets it apart from major music festivals.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Courtney Barnett at The Pico Union Project in LA
The FLOOD 8 cover star played her new album in its entirety for a packed congregation at the converted synagogue venue.
Announcing FLOOD 8, Available Now for Purchase and Free Download
Our latest print edition is our first-ever double issue, featuring four cover stories—on Jack White, Courtney Barnett, Roy Choi (in conversation with Portugal. The Man), and Kate Berlant and John Early.
100 Percent Happy: Courtney Barnett Is Letting It All Go
Courtney Barnett has been building quite the home for herself in our cultural pantheon. But she needs a place for her cat to stay, too.
The Best Albums of 2017
Twenty-five full-lengths that kept us going, one way or the other.
Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile, “Lotta Sea Lice”
The songs of Barnett and Vile are deliberately gnarled and unkempt, and never sound nearly as fussed-over as they probably are.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Sound on Sound Fest (11/4–6/2016)
Rain wreaked a bit of havoc on the fest’s inaugural affair outside Austin, but it was an only-fitting dramatic backdrop for the likes of Explosions in the Sky, Beach House, and Thee Oh Sees.
WATCH: Live From Denmark, It’s Roskilde 2016
Guds hjælp, Folkets kærlighed, Danmarks styrke!
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Coachella Weekend One (4/15–17/2016)
Let’s play two.
PREMIERE: The Black Angels’ Take on The Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations” Kicks Off Levitation Austin’s Saturday Mixtape
The former Austin Psych Fest stakes its claim among the best-booked festivals in the country.
Sound Board: The Week’s Best Tracks
Our picks for the best tracks out there for the week of January 11–15, 2015. Headphone-tested, FLOOD-approved.
Courtney Barnett Details Ramen Addiction in “Three Packs a Day”
From the Milk Records compilation “Good For You”.
Governor’s Ball 2016 Lineup Revealed: Kanye, The Strokes, The Killers Are Heading to NYC
The three-day fest goes down June 3–5 at New York’s Randall’s Island.
Welcome to the Jungle: Coachella 2016 Lineup Announced
Once again, no Bowie.
FLOOD’s Best of 2015: Our Favorite Songs
We moved, we grooved, we were soothed.
Nominees for Fifty-Eighth Grammy Awards Announced
Kendrick Lamar leads the way with eleven nominations, including Album of the Year.