Sounds like: Tall Black Guy, Flying Lotus, Tensei Song: Snubluck - Shrine What's so good? When Corey English picked up a trumpet at the age of 10, he fell in love with music. He spent his teens in jazz and progressive rock bands, further...Show More Summary
Here’s an alternate edit of FlyLo’s “Never Catch Me” featuring Kendrick Lamar that he spun during a set on BBC Radio 1 last night. It’s mostly the same song but the drums have a little bit less oomph and the tempo seems somewhat slower. Listen to rips of a couple of other unreleased joints that […]
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Super producer takes over radio airwaves with two-hour mix of music.
Flying Lotus hosted his first BBC Radio 1 Residency last night, joining a roster that’s included James Blake, SOHN, Jacques Green, and (starting next week) Jon Hopkins. He had a few surprises to share: an unreleased Thundercat song, a new edit of his Kendrick Lamar collaboration “Never Catch Me,” and two unreleased tracks called “Theme [...]
Damn, this video is ill. Off FlyLo’s You’re Dead!, out now. Previously: Flying Lotus ft. DOOM – Masquatch
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Flying Lotus has had an incredible run of videos for You’re Dead tracks “Never Catch Me” and “Ready Err Not,” and that streak continues with his visuals for “Coronus, The Terminator.” Continuing his fixation on death that was so prevalent in those two videos and on his album, we open with a man on his [...]
Super producer once again proves his skills as a director with a new cinematic masterpiece.
Multi-genre electronic producer and composer Flying Lotus has just dropped the official music video for his single, “Coronus, The Terminator.” Directed by Young Replicant, it’s been cited as one of the most important moments in his… The post Watch the Official Music Video for Flying Lotus’ “Coronus, The Terminator” appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Mr. Joel will headline the music and arts festival in Tennessee, along with Alabama Shakes, Slayer, Flying Lotus and Run the Jewels.
Digital music publication HYPETRAK has certainly established itself as one of the more reliable online sources for updated music reportage since its launch back in 2008. The site’s success in yielding news, features and editorials… The post HYPETRAK Magazine Issue #1 ft. Kendrick Lamar, Flying Lotus, Jhené Aiko and more appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Sounds like: Flying Lotus, Wu-Tang Clan, Ta-ku Song: BADBADNOTGOOD - Ray Gun (Ft. Ghostface Killah & DOOM) What's so good? Ghostface and DOOM on the same track. Yep, you've read that right. It's been a while since these two legends collaborated,...Show More Summary
photo: Coachella 2014 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin) Two major US music festivals were announced this week, NYC's Governors Ball and Indio, CA's two-weekend Coachella. Both have some lineup crossover (Drake, Flying Lotus, St. Vincent, Tame Impala, The War on...
As I figured out when I put together my list of last year’s 40 best music videos, Hiro Murai has arguably succeeded Nabil as the greatest director currently working in the music-video field. He made Flying Lotus’ “Never Catch Me,” my favorite video of the last year, and he was on that list more than [...]
During a Twitter Q&A a few days ago, Flying Lotus mentioned offhandedly that he was working on writing a movie. It was in response to a question as to whether he would make more music under his Captain Murphy moniker (“probably”), so it seems he was just eager to get the news out there. As [...]
Unless she adds another show (which seems unlikely due to the way radius clauses work), the next time Bjork plays NYC she'll be joined by an amazing list of openers that include SBTRKT, Sharon Van Etten, Flying Lotus, Little...
Our latest pick of unusual and intriguing album art includes surreal designs for Flying Lotus, psychedelic artwork for Leeds outfit Hookworms and striking photography for Australian artist Grace.