flying lotus

festivals 2016

Sundance Next Fest Is the Film and Music Anti-Festival You've Been Dreaming of

Think the Park City fest’s cool younger sibling, with a better record collection.
Frank Mojica
8.16.16
In Memoriam

This Rare Flying Lotus Mix Was Made the Day J Dilla Died and Is a Piece of Hip-Hop History

It's a potent mixture of “hip-hop, rare grooves, exotic international records, and a few of Dilla’s own tracks" and it's free to download.
Francisco Garcia
2.11.16
Holy Shit

Flying Lotus Releases New Song "R2 Where R U" Off Upcoming 'Star Wars' Compilation

FlyLo + Star Wars = match made in heaven. Or galaxy.
Jabbari Weekes
2.8.16
Holy Shit

Watch "FUCKKKYOUUU," the New Flying Lotus Scored Short Film

Directing by Eddie Alcazar and featuring an all new Flying Lotus score.
John Hill
1.25.16
Festivals 2015

good kid, g.l.A.A.s.s. city: A Weekend at Houston's Inaugural Day for Night Festival

We spent the weekend at the festival tasked with making Houston—the fourth largest city in the country—a festival destination in Texas that isn't Austin.
Andy O'Connor
12.23.15
Interviews

George Clinton: This Guy Funks

George Clinton shares his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar, Flying Lotus, psychedelics, and what's funk in 2015.
Brian Josephs
12.3.15
Premieres

Celebrate LA's Incredible Beat Scene and Listen to Zack Sekoff's Remix of Thundercat's "Them Changes"

Meet Zack Sekoff, the 19-year-old Los Angeles multi-instrumentalist who's made a name for himself in the LA beat scene and become pals with Thundercat.
Speak
10.1.15
Holy Shit

Flying Lotus, Thundercat, and Shabazz Palaces Just Dropped a Single with George Clinton

MY GOD, IT'S FULL OF STARS!
Craig Jenkins
9.28.15
Objectively Correct Lists

15 Objectively Perfect Albums That Are Less Than Half an Hour Long

How about some authoritative records that could turn you onto an entire new thread of listening in half the time it takes a Papa Johns pizza to arrive?
Noisey Staff
8.13.15
Longreads Or Whatever

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

An LA electronic label is making jazz cool to people who don’t listen to jazz—an impossible dream for most jazz labels. How did we get here?
Natalie Weiner
7.29.15
Holy Shit

Open Mike Eagle, Thundercat, and Flying Lotus Performed on Hannibal Burress's 'Why?'

'Why?' will most definitely have the best guests possible.
John Hill
7.23.15
Holy Shit

Watch Thundercat's Samurai Love Story of a Video for "Them Changes"

Like Kurosawa and Seinfeld in one.
John Hill
7.21.15