The many angles of Flying Lots in full display.
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Flying Lotus, Knxwledge, Shafiq Husayn Song: Thundercat - Oh Sheit It's X [download here] What's so good? Since learning that Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner was a reluctant solo artist on last...Show More Summary
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: James Blake, Knxwledge, Wu Lyf, Flying Lotus Song: King Krule - The Noose of Jah City [download here] What's so good? I’m not exactly sure how to classify King Krule’s “The Noose of Jah City,” and I don’t care to. Show More Summary
Brainfeeder’s Thundercat shares a delirious and perfect little single called “Oh Sheit It’s X.” The track was co-produced by label head and virtuoso beatsmith Flying Lotus and will be on… Read more articles like "Thundercat + Flying Lotus – “Oh Sheit It’s X”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Make my funk the T-Funk.
As some of you may remember, last year filmmaker Khalil Joseph made a fantastic short film for Flying Lotus’ album Until The Quiet Comes. Joseph and Lotus have teamed up once again for Joseph’s latest short film Wildcat. The dialogue-free Wildcat is...Show More Summary
So clear is the influence that when Flying Lotus says he’s on his “jazz shit,” and that he’s currently “doing a lot of jazz stuff,” the inclination is to sarcastically respond, “Well nooooooooooooooooo kidding,” acknowledging that his...Show More Summary
"Wildcat" explores the little known African-American rodeo subculture in Grayson, Oklahoma.
We’re not saying that we’re relieved Flying Lotus uploaded an instrumental of the track he produced for Mac Miller… but we’re not not saying it either. Read more articles like "Flying Lotus – “S.D.S.”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Prince, D'Angelo, Flying Lotus, Frank Ocean, Hudson Mohawke Song: Jai Paul - Zion Wolf [download here] What's so good? As you are most probably aware, a collection of tracks posing to be Jai Paul’s debut album recently surfaced online. Show More Summary
FlyLo just keeps going and going...
Flying Lotus has teamed up with director Kahlil Joseph again. Previously, Joseph had directed a short film featuring music from FlyLo’s album Until the Quiet Comes. Now, Lotus has scored Joseph’s short film Wildcat, a documentary about Grayson, Oklahoma’s African-American rodeo scene. Show More Summary
He took out one of the best albums of last year, he’s launching a rap career, he’s performing with Odd Future and he’s making music for Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time…… Read more articles like "Win Tickets to Flying Lotus in NYC" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Last year, the filmmaker Khalil Joseph made a mesmerizing short film for Until The Quiet Comes, the Flying Lotus album, which made a better case for the LP than most music videos. Now, Joseph and FlyLo have teamed up again, as FlyLo has scored Wildcat, a haunting, impressionist seven-minute short film from Joseph. The dialogue-free [...]
Flying Lotus at SXSW 2013 (more by Kevin Figueroa) The Red Bull Music Academy began their huge NYC residency (details HERE and HERE) last night (4/28) with a party by FIXED DJs and TURBOTAX DJs. It was the first of...
Wildcat is a state of mind; an experiment inspired by the composition and performance of... Read more »
Last night Stephen Ellison a.k.a Flying Lotus took over 9:30 Club for a show that can only be summed up in one word: wow. [ more › ]
It already looks awesome, and now it will, as always, sound like it too. Gameranx reports that Flying Lotus and Kavinsky will have their own radio stations in the game. Over the years the stations have become as much a reason to play the ultraviolent series as all the ultraviolence itself. Show More Summary
We told you he was prolific.
After hearing this track I take back everything negative I’ve ever said about Mac. If Mac continues like this, 2013 will be his year! As for the production? FlyLo has [...] Related posts: Flying Lotus – Tiny Tortures (Original Video) Flying Lotus at the Roundhouse, London UK on October 22nd! Flying Lotus – Until the Quiet Comes [album review]