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You're Dead!, the morbid new jazz-fusion odyssey from Flying Lotus, comes out tomorrow, and the album has cameos from rap stars Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg. But apparently, FlyLo really, really…   Read Story »
Full disclosure: I am not exactly well-versed in the deep, labyrinthine history of jazz music. Sure, I know my Mingus from my Monk, my Coltrane from my Coleman, but I can't speak on the lineage of…   Read Story »
Some list-nerd stuff, before we begin. A$AP Rocky's Karl Lagerfeld's The Warriors video for "Multiply" dropped at midnight last night, which means it technically came out this morning. Since this…   Read Story »
Steven Ellison isn't the biggest fan of heights. We're standing on a fire escape, and then a rooftop, in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, which is cloaked in a gray, near-autumnal haze. Ellison's movements are…   Read Story »
The Flying Lotus/Kendrick Lamar collab "Never Catch Me" is one of the highlights from FlyLo's upcoming album You're Dead, and now it has a great video to go along with it. The Hiro Murai-directed…   Read Story »
Flying Lotus scored a new short film by British artist and designer Aitor Throup, which debuted over on Nowness earlier today. It's a portrait of Swedish actor Noomi Rapace (probably best known for…   Read Story »
The forthcoming Flying Lotus album You're Dead! has some impressively big-name guests, like Kendrick Lamar on "Never Catch Me" and Herbie Hancock on "Moment Of Hesitation." But the album also has a…   Read Story »
Spaced-out astral traveler Flying Lotus is preparing to unleash his new album You're Dead! upon the world, and he's already shared two of the album's superstar collaborations: "Moment Of Hesitation,"…   Read Story »
This week brought a small avalanche of new songs from big-ticket names. And four of the tracks that made our list of the 5 Best Songs Of The Week come from such artists -- it easily could have been a…   Read Story »
The spaced-out production guru Flying Lotus has lined up some big names to guest on his forthcoming album You're Dead!, and we've already heard what happens when Herbie Hancock jumps on a track with…   Read Story »