Tag: Frank Ocean
Rage Against the Machine and Travis Scott Confirmed for Coachella 2022, Frank Ocean Moved to 2023
The fest’s co-founder Paul Tollett assures us the scheduled 2020 headliners will still take the stage—just not in the same year.
Arlo Parks Covers Frank Ocean’s “Ivy”
The stripped-down cover for BBC Radio finds Parks at the piano honoring one of her favorite musicians.
Coachella’s 2020 Lineup Is Dominated by Hip-Hop, feat. Frank Ocean, Travis Scott, and Megan Thee Stallion
Rage Against the Machine are also headlining, practically the only rockers who made the cut.
Watch Camp Flog Gnaw Live on Twitch, feat. Tyler, FKA Twigs, H.E.R., and…Maybe Frank Ocean?
Set times have been revealed for this year’s fest, but Sunday’s secret headliner is still a secret.
Camp Flog Gnaw Lineup Announced, Featuring Everyone But Frank Ocean
With one mystery headliner yet to be announced, of course “Frank Ocean” is trending on Twitter.
Bye, Ken Ehrlich
The Grammys producer is stepping down; thank u, next.
PLAYLIST: Palehound’s Songs That Inspired “Black Friday”
Ellen Kempner cites eleven songwriting influences on the Boston trio’s latest LP for Polyvinyl.
Rostam Basks in the “Half-Light”
After leaving Vampire Weekend, collaborating with Hamilton Leithauser, and producing just about all of your favorite pop stars, the LA-based musician is ready for his moment in the sun.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Panorama (7/28–30/2017)
Setting sail to Randall’s Island.
Tyler, The Creator, “Flower Boy”
Tyler’s always been an immensely talented producer and rapper, but he’s never put together an album as cohesively as he does here.
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.
Flo Morrissey & Matthew E. White, “Gentlewoman, Ruby Man”
On their covers LP, Morrissey & White stand shoulder to shoulder with classics from Sinatra & Hazlewood and Sonny & Cher.
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.
The Desolation Cure: Finding Beauty in the Ruins
Now seems like a good time to remind ourselves of the beautiful things that we have the power to create.
Kinds of Crying: On Identity and Frank Ocean’s Three Versions
The singer’s new suite of works—”Blonde,” “Endless,” and “Boys Don’t Cry”—exists on its own terms, turning his understanding of fluid identification into an aesthetic.
Frank Ocean Releases Official “Channel ORANGE” Followup
Say hello to “Blond.”
Frank Ocean Releases New Album That Isn’t “Boys Don’t Cry” But is, We Repeat, a New Frank Ocean Album
And with a title that’s just a wee bit on the nose.
“Ology,” twenty-four-year-old Gallant’s debut LP, makes the wait for Frank Ocean’s new album much easier to take.
FLOOD’s 25 Most Anticipated Albums of 2016
The twenty-five releases we’re most looking forward to hearing this year.
Is Frank Ocean Finally About to Drop New Music?
Rich the Kid seems to think so…
The Six Burning Questions That FYF 2015 Will (Hopefully) Answer
FYF Fest 2015 will take place at the LA Sports Arena & Exposition Park on August 22 and 23.
Frank Ocean and (Maybe) Morrissey to Headline FYF 2015
The twelfth annual Downtown extravaganza will return to the LA Sports Arena & Exposition Park in August, with appearances scheduled from The Jesus and Mary Chain, D’Angelo, Savages, Purity Ring, Spiritualized, Thee Oh Sees, and many, many more.
Frank Ocean Announces New Record
Plus a companion print magazine.