Tag: Twin Peaks (Band)

PREMIERE: Spirits Are High in the Video for NE-HI’s “Offers”

The Chicago quartet head out of the garage in search of whatever comes next.

Dig for Fire: 25 Upcoming Albums More People Should Be Talking About

From québécois kraut-funk to the return of two of indie rock’s most celebrated sidemen, these are the unsung albums we’re most excited for this year.

PREMIERE: Golden Daze Give Up the “Ghost” in New Video

Visit your mom.

LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Pitchfork Music Festival (7/15–17/2016)

Sufjan Stevens, Savages, Blood Orange, and more keep it 100 at Union Park.

WATCH: Set Up Camp and Watch the Bonnaroo Live Stream Here

No sunscreen required.

Twin Peaks, “Down in Heaven”

The Chicago quintet may want you, but they don’t need you.

WATCH: Twin Peaks “Walk to the One You Love” All Over Town in Single-Shot Music Video

Missed #TwinPeaksDay by about ten hours, dudes.

LISTEN: Twin Peaks “Walk to the One You Love” on New Single, Announce LP

“Down in Heaven” is out May 13 on Grand Jury.

Bonnaroo Announces Lineup for Fifteenth Annual Festival

June 9–12 on the farm.

Lollapalooza 2015: No Calm Before the Storm

Evacuations, lightning, and humidity couldn’t keep the crowds or the good music away from Grant Park.

FLOOD’s Picks for Record Store Day 2015

What the editorial staff of FLOOD will be heading to their favorite record stores to find on Saturday, April 18.

Sasquatch! Music Festival Solidifies Stacked Lineup for May

The highly anticipated Memorial Day weekend fest has expanded to include a grand total of one hundred and twenty-seven artists.

Burgerama 4: In Photos

Burger Records’ annual extravaganza took over the Observatory in Santa Ana with Weezer, Ty Segall, FIDLAR, Black Lips, and a whole lot more.

SXSW Music 2015, Saturday

With the rain back again, we wrapped up our inaugural FLOODfest, four days and three nights of music at Cedar Street presented by Lyve, with a final, fourth afternoon…

Sasquatch! Announces 2015 Lineup

Memorial Day weekend at the Gorge will include headliners Kendrick Lamar, Robert Plant, and Modest Mouse, plus comedy acts.

FYF 2014: We Will Survive

Run The Jewels, Caribou, Ty Segall, Phoenix, Interpol, Grimes, Darkside, Flying Lotus, The Strokes, Built To Spill, and more.

Twin Peaks, “Wild Onion”

Cadien Lake James has some choice words for all you Chicago haters: “I can see into the future / I can see the weather change,” he sings on the first track of his band’s second album.


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