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We were already anticipating a new album from Flying Lotus last year. He'd been talking about it online and playing new material live. Now we've officially gotten word that it's coming this fall. The…   Read Story »
The Golden Echo will be Kimbra Lee Johnson's second album, but if you knew about the New Zealand singer before this year, it's probably from her contribution to Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To…   Read Story »
Flying Lotus's album Until The Quiet Comes is a year and a half old now, but he's only just come out with a video for its track "Phantasm," an astral glitch-jazz blissout with singer Laura…   Read Story »
Every year we get a handful of popular musicians taking on film scores. Last year we heard Mike Patton with The Place Beyond The Pines, Arcade Fire with Her, M83 with Oblivion, Oneohtrix Point Never…   Read Story »
We're almost (almost!) done reflecting on the year that was, so it's time to start taking a closer look at the year that will be. For the past several years, we've ranked our most anticipated albums.…   Read Story »
Looks like Christmas is coming a little early for fans of electronic music. Flying Lotus just took to Twitter to release a zip stuffed with, as he puts it, "Ideas+drafts+loops." The best surprise…   Read Story »
For a second there, it looked like the YouTube Music Awards could be some kind of game-changer: Creative direction from Spike Jonze, performances from Arcade Fire and M.I.A. and Earl Sweatshirt and…   Read Story »
Grand Theft Auto V season is in full swing, and we have heard a bunch of music from its in-game soundtrack from Future, Wavves, Twin Shadow, and Tyler, The Creator. Today, we get an offering from the…   Read Story »
The makers of Grand Theft Auto V have released a three-volume album of the game's original score and soundtrack. With 59 tracks in total, the list of contributing artists is extensive and includes:…   Read Story »
The latest track in this summer's Adult Swim Singles Series is called "Between Villains," and it features a murderer's row of rap-friendly astral travelers: Bass-music space cadet Flying Lotus (in…   Read Story »