Believe it or not, we're already a half-decade into the Odd Future era. While their first mixtape dropped in late 2008, it wasn't until the 2010 one-two punch of Earl Sweatshirt's "Earl" and Tyler, the Creator's "French" videos that a viral phenomenon was born. But unlike most hip-hop blog darlings,...
The Odd Future leader is doing what he can to keep the collective from being placed into a box.
Odd Future MC also discusses his love of N.E.R.D. and Roy Ayers.
"Which of these is a member of Odd Future, and NOT the lead character of a children's show?" Read more...
Who is Tyler, The Creator? That was the burning question during the height of the media circus surrounding Odd Future four years ago. The music press wanted to know where this fatherless provocateur came from, what inspired his incendiary rhymes, and how he rationalized his most risible lyrics. Show More Summary
A few day after performing at Coachella Music Festival, Tyler the Creatoris allowing his fans to listen to his upcoming album Cherry Bomb. The Odd Future leader’s fourth studio project is availab Continue reading…
Tyler, The Creator is never one to half-ass the ephemera surrounding his music — this is a person who has a whole Odd Future TV show dedicated to his aesthetic, after all — and he’s announced that the physical edition of his new album, Cherry Bomb, will comes with five different covers. One of them […]
Just four days after Tyler, the Creator alerted fans that he was rush-releasing his new album Cherry Bomb, the Odd Future rapper's third studio LP arrived on iTunes and streaming services. "Look, get 12 bucks, go to Ralph's or a grocery store, purchase a $10 iTunes gift card, go on iTunes,...
Odd Future rapper's third studio album now available on ITunes.
Tyler, the Creator has revealed the tracklisting for his new album, Cherry Bomb, via Instagram (it's out April 13 via Odd Future). Keep an ear out for the following tracks when he takes the stage at Coachella tonight (tune in here).Show More Summary
Photo by Sagan Lockhart On his latest album, I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside, Earl Sweatshirt raps like he’s been pulled, kicking and screaming, into the cold world of adulthood. His flow is fleshed with earned aggression, and when he raps about "accepting a fifth of whiskey and necking it ‘til I’m dizzy," he sounds like he means it. Show More Summary
Following the lead of his Odd Future cohort Early Sweatshirt, Tyler, The Creator has announced that his new album, Cherry Bomb, will be released early next week. The announcement came via Tyler’s new Golf Media app, which gave few details about the album, aside from its name, release date, and a link to an iTunes pre-order. Show More Summary
California rapper and Odd Future leader Tyler, the Creator just announced the release of his third album: it’s called Cherry Bomb, and will be… Read More
Odd Future are making a habit out of rush-releasing surprise new albums. Three weeks after Earl Sweatshirt dropped his new album I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside, Tyler, the Creator revealed on his new Golf Media app that his 13-track Cherry Bomb will arrive digitally on Monday, April 13th. The album...
Following close on the heels of Earl Sweatshirt's I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside, Odd Future commander-in-chief Tyler, The Creator has thrown an album up on iTunes for fans to pre-order. Titled Cherry Bomb, the record will be available in five days, on April 13. The surprise was... More »
Still taken from Nardwuar vs Odd Future Crate diggers are the unlikely backbone of the music industry. They keep labels alive, keep record stores open, and buy great records no one really cares about; scouring flea markets, back rooms and garage sales until they get their hands on a bag worthy of the hours spent hunting. Show More Summary
Reviews of recent albums from Odd Future's singular Earl Sweatshirt and Brooklyn art-rockers Ava Luna. Read more articles like "Review: Always Not Quite Centered" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Review: Always Not Quite Centered appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
On his first studio album, 2013's Doris, the most mysterious member of L.A. shock-rap gremlins Odd Future proved himself by exploring real-life alienation. On his excellent second LP, Earl Sweatshirt keeps deepening his game — spooling out dense, mordant rhymes over zombifically blunted tracks as he somehow sucks you into his...
The normally reclusive Odd Future alumnus has emerge in top form to promote his new record.
Last February, Tyler, the Creator played a concert in downtown Manhattan with members of Odd Future, the amorphous Los Angeles hip-hop crew he leads. Tyler, 20, is a good rapper and a better showman. When he made his entrance, he wore a ratty green ski mask, and his eyes glared demonically from two fraying holes cut into the fabric. Show More Summary