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FLOOD Magazine FLOOD spans the cultural landscape of music, TV, film, art, travel, and everything in between. FLOOD Magazine spans the diverse cultural landscape of music, film, television, art, travel, and everything in between.

Between its covers—which have been graced by Neil Young, Iggy Pop, the cast of HBO’s "Veep," hip-hop supergroup Run The Jewels, and John C. Reilly’s Dr. Steve Brule, among others—and on its website, FLOOD brings often overlooked culture and entertainment to the forefront. In a noisy world, we highlight the best and most intriguing players in pop culture through engaging media, intelligent op-eds,

Between its covers—which have been graced by Neil Young, Iggy Pop, the cast of HBO’s "Veep," hip-hop supergroup Run The Jewels, and John C. Reilly’s Dr. Steve Brule, among others—and on its website, FLOOD brings often overlooked culture and entertainment to the forefront. In a noisy world, we highlight the best and most intriguing players in pop culture through engaging media, intelligent op-eds,

“He used to slice deli meats at the Pantry Pride where my mom used to shop. That deli counter was his real comic start: ...
01/20/2022
The Song of Bob Saget

“He used to slice deli meats at the Pantry Pride where my mom used to shop. That deli counter was his real comic start: He would make fun of people for the way they asked for the meats.”

Craig Shoemaker remembers Bob Saget:

The late, legendary stand-up comic and actor with a flair for all things blue, had a thing for music.

This boy is beautiful, ornery, jittery, and brusquely energetic—but its father could use some editing skills.
01/20/2022
Elvis Costello & the Imposters, “The Boy Named If”

This boy is beautiful, ornery, jittery, and brusquely energetic—but its father could use some editing skills.

So much of the record is of a sneery, stabby nature and blunter than Costello’s more sophisticated recent songcraft.

The new Crystal Eyes single is a flurry of luminous guitars, chugging drums, and a glittering therevox that takes us dow...
01/20/2022
Crystal Eyes’ “Wishes” Takes Us Down a New Wave Rabbit Hole

The new Crystal Eyes single is a flurry of luminous guitars, chugging drums, and a glittering therevox that takes us down a melancholic rabbit hole.

It’s the lead single from the Calgary-based group’s “The Sweetness Restored” that’s out April 22.

These songs are creative pieces where Japanese Breakfast is at the height of her songwriting powers, sculpting character...
01/19/2022

These songs are creative pieces where Japanese Breakfast is at the height of her songwriting powers, sculpting characters that take her songs to a new space, which is a rare talent to have—not to mention perfect for the big screen | https://bit.ly/32dPdMM

These songs are creative pieces where Japanese Breakfast is at the height of her songwriting powers, sculpting characters that take her songs to a new space, which is a rare talent to have—not to mention perfect for the big screen | https://bit.ly/32dPdMM

Kids on a Crime Spree’s music goes over like ephemeral vignettes—polaroids of your parents, a Primitives cassette stuck ...
01/19/2022
Kids on a Crime Spree, “Fall in Love Not in Line”

Kids on a Crime Spree’s music goes over like ephemeral vignettes—polaroids of your parents, a Primitives cassette stuck in the deck of your friend’s car, a wobbly home video that blurs into a 49ers home game.

With a fondness for the usual jangling suspects, the band’s first release in 11 years is a cumulonimbus of reverby guitar-pop unconcerned with fitting in.

Earl is at his best when his poetry is left untreated, with its arresting idiosyncrasies intact—the singularity of his p...
01/19/2022
Earl Sweatshirt, “Sick!”

Earl is at his best when his poetry is left untreated, with its arresting idiosyncrasies intact—the singularity of his pen needs no adornment.

Leave it to Earl to remind us of the pandemic’s long shadow, which will no doubt stretch far beyond any data-driven projections.

Between hopping onstage with Carly Rae and Guster and covering CCR on “The Masked Singer” and The Who on “Full House,” B...
01/18/2022
The Song of Bob Saget

Between hopping onstage with Carly Rae and Guster and covering CCR on “The Masked Singer” and The Who on “Full House,” Bob Saget’s love of music often made him feel like the coolest dad.

The late, legendary stand-up comic and actor with a flair for all things blue, had a thing for music.

“So many people have been through difficult times in the last couple of years, this song is for all of us who maybe feel...
01/18/2022
Cloud Cult Hitch a Ride in Their “One Way Out of a Hole” Video

“So many people have been through difficult times in the last couple of years, this song is for all of us who maybe feel a little lost and need a little comfort in remembering that we’re not alone.”

The new Cloud Cult single arrives with news of a new LP.

The recent live stream favorite will appear on the group’s forthcoming LP “Metamorphosis,” out March 4 via their own Earthology Records.

Catch up on the best new releases of the week on FLOOD FM’s “F Yeah Fridays” podcast, including great new tracks from Mi...
01/15/2022

Catch up on the best new releases of the week on FLOOD FM’s “F Yeah Fridays” podcast, including great new tracks from Mitski, Fontaines D.C., Let’s Eat Grandma, Guerilla Toss, Parquet Courts, and more. Link in bio.

#fyeahfridays #floodfm #mitski #gueriillatoss #parquetcourts #letseatgrandma #fontainesdc

Each bar feels like an incomplete portal, inspiring more questions than they answer, drawing one deeper into rumination.
01/14/2022
Earl Sweatshirt, “Sick!”

Each bar feels like an incomplete portal, inspiring more questions than they answer, drawing one deeper into rumination.

Leave it to Earl to remind us of the pandemic’s long shadow, which will no doubt stretch far beyond any data-driven projections.

“The Boy Named If” is rough stuff with rocky guitars and flinty Farfisas tied to the Costello of yore—the lean, mean ear...
01/13/2022
Elvis Costello & the Imposters, “The Boy Named If”

“The Boy Named If” is rough stuff with rocky guitars and flinty Farfisas tied to the Costello of yore—the lean, mean early-days punk showing up paradoxes, sowing wild oats, and ripping off puns.

So much of the record is of a sneery, stabby nature and blunter than Costello’s more sophisticated recent songcraft.

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More Blood-n-Grunge w me + Anna Waronker courtesy of FLOOD Magazine and #ADAmorosi THANK YOU!! #yellowjackets #NoReturn
Cloud Cult re-emerge today with a new single + news of a new album!!!!! Head over the FLOOD Magazine to watch the music video for "One Way Out Of A Hole" 🦋 https://floodmagazine.com/97962/cloud-cult-one-way-out-of-a-hole-premiere/
Yes! The first F YEAH FRIDAYS of 2022 just dropped We love this new music podcast, hosted by our very own resident DJ Aaron Axelsen Listen here https://open.spotify.com/episode/3CTAIx3HZgFd5gjqPwBXnS?si=07f2fa09816a4e39 FLOOD FM FLOOD Magazine
"One Way Out of a Hole" is out TODAY! It's a small taste of our new album coming out March 4, called "Metamorphosis". You can find it on all of the streaming platforms, plus the fine folks at FLOOD Magazine have premiered the music video. Oh & one more thing, we're going on tour!!!!! Presale starts 01/19 at 10am CT over on our Patreon, & general sale begins 01/21 at 10am CT. We can't wait to share these songs with you all 💚
Exclusive video premiere of our new single "Avoidance" available now via FLOOD Magazine! Thanks to Stephane Boissonneault for the writeup and Q+A!
Thank you FLOOD Magazine for helping us get the word out about Cloud Cult's first new album in six years and for giving their new video for "One Way Out of a Hole" a premiere! View the clip exclusively via FLOOD now and read about the band's forthcoming new LP "Metamorphosis" - https://floodmagazine.com/97962/cloud-cult-one-way-out-of-a-hole-premiere/
“The twanging heartland rock of the new Ceramic Animal single invokes a long history of mellow-yet-upbeat singles of the genre from contemporaries like The War on Drugs and Kurt Vile to the wave of artists that inspired that sound half a century ago. “Up in Smoke,” the latest track from the band’s Dan Auerbach–produced new LP Sweet Unknown, falls directly in line with this tradition, pitting its crushed-dreams chorus up against its warmly comforting instrumentation." - FLOOD Magazine . New song & video from Ceramic Animal "Up In Smoke" from the upcoming album 'Sweet Unknown' is out now and premiering exclusively on FLOOD Magazine. Check it out now! . 🔗: https://click.ees.link/LHO2 . 🎥: Bob Sweeney
chastity "Suffer Summer" is out now ☀️ Watch the video for their new song "When You Go Home I Withdrawal", a collaboration with Stefan Babcock (PUP), premiering along with a Q&A with the artist via FLOOD Magazine. https://floodmagazine.com/97895/chastity-when-you-go-home-i-withdrawal-premiere/
2 things about our song CHECKMATE HUMANITY: -Awesome review via FLOOD Magazine -The video won another award🤯. Best Rock Video at the @romemusicfestival Ppl Slowly catching on to what we're trying to bring to the genre 🙏🏽
“Boscobel,” the new single from Sooner. Available now wherever you listen ~ linktr.ee/goodeyerecords “The glossy sheen of dream pop while a subtle aggression occasionally bleeds through.” ~ FLOOD Magazine
Check my performance of "Slow Down" Live from West Hollywood for FLOOD Magazine!!! https://floodmagazine.com/97795/watch-jordan-hawkins-neighborhoods/
Particle Kid just premiered a video for the incredible new single “Someone Else’s Dream” at FLOOD Magazine! The track features appearances from J Mascis and Sunny War, and will appear on Particle Kid's upcoming album Time Capsule, due out April 22nd from our friends Overseas Artists Recordings (distributed by Org Music).