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Loiter Squad, Odd Future's new Jackass-inspired and sketch-heavy Adult Swim show, debuts next month, and we've already seen a quick glimpse of a particularly amateurish skit about an armless dentist.…   Read Story »
Running contra to their usual M.O., Odd Future's Hodgy Beats quietly dropped an EP over the weekend, a collection of laid-back, relatively pensive jams from one of Odd Future's most promising…   Read Story »
Outside of a new track from Earl Sweatshirt, the Odd Future collective, as a group, has been relatively quiet lately (though rapper Mike G and Syd Tha Kid sideproject the Internet put out releases).…   Read Story »
Some collaborations just make too much sense. Odd Future member Domo Genesis and actual rap star Wiz Khalifa are both such stoners that they both released albums called Rolling Papers at roughly the…   Read Story »
Earl Sweatshirt is the youngest member of the California skate-rap collective Odd Future, and he's been missing in action ever since the crew came to prominence in mid-2010, even though his album…   Read Story »
The latest Odd Future offshoot is the Internet, a duo formed by OF DJ/producer Syd The Kid and ambient collective member Matt Martian. Last night they dropped their latest video, a clip for…   Read Story »
Their stock may be falling, but the well-adjusted young people in the Odd Future rap collective are staying productive. The generally unhinged Hodgy Beats, for one, posted a couple of new songs on…   Read Story »
New year, new feature! Welcome to Rank & File, where we track the week's biggest people and stories in easily digestible chart-form. We did this because sometimes it's hard to know what was the…   Read Story »
A bit of an open secret: MellowHype, the duo of rapper Hodgy Beats and producer Left Brain, are probably the most consistent musical unit within the noisy and notoriously scattershot Odd Future crew,…   Read Story »
Back in the day, when two artists didn't like each other, they'd deal with it in relatively low-profile ways: A snippy backstage comment, or a pointed interview comment. Maybe they'd toss in a…   Read Story »