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The Past 5 Years: Instrumental Albums for Mind Wandering/Explosion pt. 1

In every music lover’s life, there are moments when a single note has the instant ability to move you into unexpected territory, moreso than an entire book of poetry or even Andy going to college in  498 more words

Thundercat and Mono/Poly Release Track As Their Tribute to Paris Attacks

There’s been several music celebrities that have spoke out about Friday’s attacks in Paris, from Mos Def to Madonna. However, for artists like Thundercat and Mono/Poly, some take a different approach to send their condolences to the families and friends of victims.   77 more words


A Portrait Of Noomi Rapace - Aitor Throup

Short film that I stumbled across today centered around designer Aitor Throup casting a mold for Swedish actress Noomi Rapace. Soundtracked by Flying Lotus.

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Archive: Flying Lotus Review, 28/04/15, O2 ABC Glasgow

A transcendent experience that seemed to take the audience on a, what I’d imagine to be, DMT fuelled trip through the realms of time and space, with the use of 3D graphics, trippy sounds and a gas mask that coloured the eyes a deep yellow. 407 more words


News... Flamingosis Unveils Funk-Filled New Track 'Riding The L'

Aaron Velasquez’s father invented a Frisbee move. Not just any old Frisbee move – a freestyle Frisbee movie.

That move was called the Flamingosis, and while we’re not really sure how to pull one off with our flying discs (or indeed how to do anything with our Frisbees outside of Wii Golf) we’re sure that all that freestyle action seeped into Aaron Velsaquez’s mind when he started making delicious beats inspired by… 64 more words


Noise to Note! #107

I guess in life there are people like the artist known as Flying Lotus. People that are loved by artists. Yet, barely raise the eyebrows of the majority. 31 more words


GROOVE Online: Interview with Bersarin Quartett + full album stream

Four years ago, I met Thomas Bücker on the street outside Berlin’s Schokoladen to interview him for a Punk Rock magazine, but we ended up talking about… 79 more words

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