Flying Lotus

Ross From Friends – John Cage

British producer Ross From Friends, aka Felix Clary Weatherall, is the newest signing to Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder family. The 24 year old has a fistful of releases under his belt, the distillation of myriad influences from hip-hop cut ’n’ paste culture, 80s Eurobeat, Hi-NRG and Italo into lithe, irresistible, raw dancefloor trax. He made his… Read more »

Captain Murphy (Flying Lotus) – Crowned

The latest from Adult Swim‘s ongoing and extensive 2016 singles program is a new track from Flying Lotus‘ elusive alter-ego Captain Murphy, titled Crowned. As previously announced, this year’s Adult Swim Singles Program runs extra long, with the 26 week campaign running from May to November. Other artists offering new music this time around include… Read more »

Watch Eddie Alcazar’s FUCKKKYOUUU, a short film scored by Flying Lotus

Eddie Alcazar‘s nightmarish new short film FUCKKKYOUUU is now available to watch online. The short film is scored by Flying Lotus, and is currently screening at the Sundance Film Festival this week. It opens with selections from Sylvia Plath’s 1962 poem, Elm. The film’s synopsis reads: “With the ability to travel in time, a lonely… Read more »

VIDEO: Thundercat – Them Changes

Directed by Carlos Lopez Estrada. Thundercat‘s new mini-album The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam is available now on Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder label.

Thundercat – Them Changes

Frequent Flying Lotus and Kendrick Lamar collaborator Thundercat is releasing his first new record since 2013’s Apocalypse, a mini-album titled The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam that reportedly features Herbie Hancock, on Lotus’ Brainfeeder label. Check out the first released track Them Changes, which was co-produced by Flying Lotus and features Kamasi Washington on… Read more »

VIDEO: Flying Lotus – Coronus, The Terminator

Flying Lotus has dropped the Young Replicant-directed video for Coronus, the Terminator, a standout cut from his latest album, You’re Dead!. “For me, Coronus is one of the most important moments on You’re Dead! and holds ideas I’m planning to explore in my future work. I’m happy that the visual encapsulates the meaning of the… Read more »