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Flying Lotus, Shamir Appear in Apple Music Commercial Narrated by Trent Reznor

Apple Music have a new ad titled "Discovery", which features shots of several musicians. Flying Lotus, Shamir, Leon Bridges, Ibeyi, and others appear in the commercial. Trent Reznor, who was on the team behind Apple's new service, narrates. Show More Summary

Flying Lotus, Shamir Appear In New Apple Music Commercial

Apple introduced their streaming service Apple Music less than two months ago, and they’ve just launched a new “Discovery” ad campaign. The first commercial features slick black-and-white footage of artists like Flying Lotus, Shamir, and Leon Bridges playing music and hanging out, soundtracked by some floaty ambient music and the dulcet tones of key Apple […]

Silicon - Cellphone

Sounds like: Toro y Moi, Thundercat, Connan Mockasin Song: Silicon - Cellphone What's so good? Groovy, crunchy bass line and ethereal vocals; in writing, it sounds like a Flying Lotus track -- but that couldn't be further from the truth. Show More Summary

Slum Village - Look Of Love (Kutmah Blend)

Sounds like: Dabrye, Flying Lotus, Romare Song: Slum Village - Look Of Love (Kutmah Blend) What's so good? You may not have heard of him, but if you've been listening to progressive hip-hop and electronic music in the last 10 years, you've certainly felt the influence of Kutmah.  The likes of MF Doom, Flying Lotus, J. Show More Summary

Watch Thundercat, Flying Lotus Reunite on 'Why? With Hannibal Buress'

Flying Lotus, Hannibal Buress' house DJ on his Comedy Central show Why?, reunited with collaborator Thundercat for a performance of the latter's "Them Changes."  "Please welcome one of the baddest DJs in the land," the host enthusiastically exclaimed while welcoming the bassist to the stage. He then launched into his smooth, funky...

Watch Thundercat & Flying Lotus Bring Space-Jazz To Why? With Hannibal Buress

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Hannibal Buress hasn’t been hosting his Comedy Central show Why? With Hannibal Buress for long, but he’s already made it a vital place to hear adventurous Low End Theory-style rap and bass music. The psychedelic soul-jazz bass virtuoso Thundercat has already appeared on the show once, backing up Open Mike Eagle last month. And last […]

Thundercat Performs "Them Changes" With Flying Lotus on "Why? With Hannibal Buress"

Thundercat was the musical guest on the latest episode of Hannibal Buress' Comedy Central show "Why? With Hannibal Buress". Joined by his frequent collaborator Flying Lotus, he performed the Beyond / Where the Giants Roam highlight "Them...Show More Summary

Watch Earl Sweatshirt Perform New Songs At Low End Theory Festival

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Along with Thundercat and Flying Lotus, Earl Sweatshirt headlined this Saturday’s second annual Low End Theory Festival In Los Angeles. Earl took the opportunity to debut a couple of new songs, dark and booming things that reflect the angry, insular style he’s been perfecting lately. Watch and listen below — there are two new songs […]

Arcade Fire Share New Reflektor Tapes Trailer

The Reflektor Tapes is the forthcoming Arcade Fire film directed by Kahlil Joseph (Flying Lotus, Kendrick Lamar). Last month, the band shared two teasers for the feature-length film, along with the news it will contain a new track and 20 minutes of unseen footage. Show More Summary

Zikomo - Eclipse

Sounds like: Flying Lotus, ESTA. Song: Zikomo - Eclipse What's so good? Zikomo is back and rubbing your week the right way with "Eclipse." The only artists I feature more than this guy are Jumping Back Slash and Card On Spokes, which...Show More Summary

The Scenes of Lollapalooza Day 2: Chill Vibes and Metal Guys

Day Two of Lollapalooza somehow managed a lineup even stranger than the first night, which culminated in a grueling three-way set time conflict as Paul McCartney, the Weeknd and Flying Lotus played at the same time. Sets from CharliShow More Summary

The Scenes of Lollapalooza Day 1: Flying Lotus, the Weeknd and Minions!

Lollapalooza day one took place on a 90 degree summer scorcher in Chicago's Grant Park yesterday, a literal stone's throw from the Windy City's business district. Here's a look at what went down throughout the day, as attendees wereShow More Summary

Mix Tape: Bureaucratic Beats

Requested by process monkey • Compiled by OG Prez 01. Danny Brown - “Lie4” (XXX) 02. Flying Lotus - “Sultan’s Request” (Until The Quiet Comes) 03. A$AP Rocky - “Palace” (Live.Love.A$AP) 04. Souls Of Mischief - “Make Your Mind Up” (93 ‘Til Infinity) 05. Show More Summary

Thundercat Talks Funk, Unveils the Process Behind "Them Changes"

Thundercat, aka Stephen Bruner, was recently a guest on Song Exploder, where he gave an interview about "Them Changes", a song that he coproduced with Flying Lotus. In the interview, Bruner discusses the song's prominent Isley Brothers...Show More Summary

Thundercat, Flying Lotus, and the Making of "Them Changes"

Image courtesy Song Exploder Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians deconstruct their songs and tell the stories behind how they were made. In the past, it's explored tracks from U2 to Ben Gibbard and more. In the newest episode,...Show More Summary

Jean Grae Performs "Before the Summer Broke" With Flying Lotus on "Why? With Hannibal Buress"

Photo via Instagram Jean Grae was the musical guest on tonight's episode of Hannibal Buress' new Comedy Central show "Why? With Hannibal Buress". The New York MC was assisted by the show's in-house DJ, Flying Lotus as well as Terrace Martin and Ndidi O. Show More Summary

Way Out West: How Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington, and Brainfeeder Are Bringing Jazz Back to the People

Thundercat, Kamasi Washington, and Flying Lotus, image by Lia Kantrowitz You’re listening to a jazz record. There are the frantic, slightly irregular drums; the thrumming of an upright bass; virtuosic runs on some invisible Steinway—all punctuated with the familiar crooning of a tenor sax. Show More Summary

glue70 - Dancing Shoes

Sounds like: Flying Lotus, UNDA, Melodiesinfonie Song: glue70 - Dancing Shoes What's so good? Straight out of left field, I genuinely didn't expect anything this exciting when opening my SoundCloud feed this morning. Warning: it's a Pharrell vocal refix. Well, now we're here and thank you BLVNT Records for that. Show More Summary

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