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Next year, YouTube will celebrate its 10th anniversary. For nearly a decade, then, music videos have belonged almost entirely to the internet. Once upon a time, video directors made their work for…   Read Story »
Music is a messy thing. There's too much of it, too many genres, too many ideas, for anyone to make sense out of all of it -- or even to hear all of it. The idea of imposing a narrative on 365 days…   Read Story »
Following the Krayzie Bone-featuring "Medication Meditation," Flying Lotus has shared another collab that appears on FlyLo FM, an in-game radio station in the relaunched next-gen edition of Grand…   Read Story »
Flying Lotus has shared one of the new tracks that appears on his FlyLo FM station on the new next-gen edition of Grand Theft Auto V. It's a dark alley banger of a track called "Medication…   Read Story »
The Grand Theft Auto games are known for their awesome soundtracks, and Rockstar Games has announced the tracklists for each of the game's 17 radio stations that will appear in the re-release of the…   Read Story »
For his new album You're Dead!, the L.A. beat warper Flying Lotus roped in Kendrick Lamar to rap on the dazzling single "Never Catch Me." But that wasn't the only track that the two recorded. Lamar…   Read Story »
I don't know if it's some combination of Halloween sugar-hangover and Republican-Senate-takeover anxiety or what, but there are some dark and strange and intense visions on this week's list. Every…   Read Story »
Flying Lotus follows up the instant-classic "Never Catch Me" with another fantastic video for "Ready Err Not" that takes his new album's obsession with death to gruesome ends. Directed and animated…   Read Story »
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 »