Tag: FLOOD 9
Emma Allen Is Expanding The New Yorker’s Comic Universe
This new head honcho of humor is diversifying the formats and faces featured in the revered magazine.
You Have Control of the Aux Cord. Don’t Fuck It Up!
With great power comes great responsibility.
Follow These Directions to The Decemberists’ Secret Show
(Looking wistful helps.)
Dylan Balliett Wants to Introduce You to His Dylan-Guys
The illustrator and comic book artist walks us through his vision of a world that’s both musical and anti-Seussical.
The Line and Sight of Dawoud Bey
A conversation on Polaroids, trust, and the humanity of all people with the groundbreaking photographer.
What a Fool, and Shad, Believe
On the concept album “A Short Story About a War,” the Canadian rapper has created a world—and a war—that’ll hit close to home, wherever you are.
Children of Women: Yalitza Aparicio and Marina de Tavira’s Trip to “Roma”
Alfonso Cuarón’s follow-up to “Gravity” is Netflix’s first big play for Best Picture. Its star had never acted before.
CHAI Wants to Know What Words Are Worth
The Japanese band is rocketing into the West with a full-blown stylistic vision firmly in place. And that vision doesn’t include any preconceived notions of what it means to be “cute.”
Wallace Richard Mills’ Memos of Repetition
Tequila, art, and what it all means, man.
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.
D’Arcy Carden Will Tickle Your Funny Bone
The actress best-known as a bubbly tour guide in heaven is learning a lot from playing non-human.
Grapetooth Built the Table They’re Sitting At
Twin Peaks’ Clay Frankel and Home-Sick’s Chris Bailoni decided to make a group casually, even though the music ended up sounding anything but.
Lala Lala Finds Her Feet
On Lillie West’s debut for Hardly Art, her recent sobriety and a newfound gratitude for life stand resiliently among Chicago’s freaky music scene.
boygenius Are Compatible, Not Comparable
Unlike most supergroups, the debut EP from the songwriting team of Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker, and Lucy Dacus invites listeners to hear each artist as an individual.
At Home with Spiritualized, an Orchestra of One
Jason Pierce considered having the bedroom-recorded “And Nothing Hurt” be the last Spiritualized album—and even though it might not be, it still sounds like quite the finale.
Announcing FLOOD 9, featuring Paul Dano, Wu-Tang Clan, M.I.A., and Tenacious D
Our biggest print edition yet features four cover stories across two collectible versions, as well as stories on John Carpenter, Spiritualized, Dawoud Bey, boygenius, Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, and much more.
Paul Dano and the Importance of Being Earnest
Our FLOOD 9 cover story on the offbeat (and oft-beat) actor and first-time director.
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.
Colluding with Rob Rogers and Tenacious D’s Jack Black and Kyle Gass
Our FLOOD 9 cover conversation between ex–Pittsburgh Post-Gazette political cartoonist and an irreverent rock duo.
The Rage and Resistance of M.I.A.
Our FLOOD 9 cover story on the pop star and fervent activist.
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.