Zack Fox hosts Flying Lotus on the first episode of the show.
Flying Lotus has announced his debut feature film Kuso will be released this summer. In a series of tweets, the producer/filmmaker revealed that he has uploaded the film to distribution services, saying he “almost lost his mind” making the movie and assuring fans that physical copies would be made available down the line. Show More Summary
Flying Lotus has been particularly active on Soundcloud this week, sharing his remix of the “Twin Peaks” theme and the Queen-sampling “Night Grows Pale,” among other things. Now, he has posted two tracks that appear to be outtakes from...Show More Summary
Steven Ellison appears to be clearing out his hard drive this week, sharing various stray bits of Flying Lotus music to SoundCloud. First came a remix of the Twin Peaks theme and the Queen-sampling "Night Grows Pale." And now Ellison has shared two more songs that appear to be outtakes from 2014's You're Dead! They're…
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The producer taps classic arena rock.
Yesterday, we heard Flying Lotus' remix of the Twin Peaks theme and today the producer shared a new song called "Night Grows Pale." The track samples Queen's "White Queen (As It Began)," which was originally released on the band's 1974 album Queen II. Check out "Night Grows Pale" below. …
Flying Lotus has released a new song titled “Night Grows Pale.” It features a prominent sample of the Queen song “White Queen (As It Began),” off the British rock group’s 1974 album Queen II. Listen to it below. Flying Lotus recently...Show More Summary
Sounds like: DJ Shadow, Daedelus, RJD2 Song: Flying Lotus - Night Grows Pale What's so good? I'm flabbergasted, truly. Who expected Flying Lotus to come out with a new track today? Conspiracy theorists, that's who. As we near the 3 trimester...Show More Summary
On Sunday, May 21, Twin Peaks returns and it looks like Flying Lotus is as excited about it as we are. You can listen to and download the remix below. Continue reading
Turn up in the Black Lodge.
During his set at Seattle's Upstream Music Festival over the weekend, Flying Lotus played a new remix of the iconic Twin Peaks theme song, which was composed by Angelo Badalamenti. The reboot of the show comes back this Sunday (5/21), and obviously a lot of people are excited. Watch Flying Lotus' take on the theme…
The return of “Twin Peaks” is less than one week away. As we inch closer to the Season 3 premiere (on Sunday, May 21 at 9 p.m. Eastern on Showtime), Flying Lotus has remixed the show’s iconic theme song, as Fact points out. He played...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Bonobo, Baths, Flying Lotus Song: cynisati - Go Back Home Now What's so good? London producer Cynisati releases this fresh off having played it at an event where the audience responded really well to it. The Bonobo-esque...Show More Summary
Berlin-based music software company Ableton is best known for their flagship digital audio workstation Live—notable users of Live include Skrillex, Flying Lotus, Panda Bear, and many more. Now, the company has rolled out a new website that can teach anyone how to make beats. Show More Summary
by Stranger Things To Do Staff Don't miss Flying Lotus on Friday, May 12. Starting next week, the Upstream Music Fest + Summit is set to take place in 25 venues around Pioneer Square. If you haven't already heard about it, it's PaulShow More Summary
Polaroids from the inaugural FORTRESS FESTIVAL in Fort Worth's Cultural District, featuring Run the Jewels, Flying Lotus, S U R V I V E, Whitney, Alvvays + more. Continue reading…
Sounds like: Disclosure, Flying Lotus, Cosmo's Midnight Song: Close Counters - Just Friends (Ft. James Berkeley) What's so good? It’s been a while since we’ve been treated to a new release from Tasmanian-based duo Close Counters, but...Show More Summary
BangOn! NYC will once again throw their electronic-music festival, Elements Fest, on August 12 & 13 at a secret NYC waterfront location... Continue reading…
On May 5, David Byrne’s Luaka Bop label will release a new Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda compilation called World Spirituality Classics 1: The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda. The record features music that Coltrane...Show More Summary