Flying Lotus and Brainfeeder Brought Their Genre-Bending Psychedelia to LA's Most Historic Amphitheater
Scenes from this weekend's Hollywood Bowl show featuring George Clinton, Thundercat, The Gaslamp Killer, and more.
After a near-fatal 2013 accident, the experimental producer's forthcoming LP comes out Sept. 16.
Yes, the guy who made this video is named Dr D Foothead.
Animator Ryan McShane transforms Thundercat into an interstellar shaman for "Song for the Dead."
Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder imprint and LA collective Soulection will both host stages at the Brooklyn festival.
Mitchel van Dinther's music sounds like a bedroom producer’s take on jazz: layered and obsessive with flashes of brilliance. Listen to the premiere of "Flu" featuring Arthur Verocai.
Including two collaborations with Thundercat and leftovers from the 'You're Dead!' sessions.
Los Angeles label showcase also features Shabazz Palaces and The Gaslamp Killer.
Once a teenage dreamer settling for janitorial work in his Michigan hometown, he now records albums for Brainfeeder and Stones Throw.
Included on last year's collaborative album Kneedelus, the thrilling instrumental was part of an overarching comment on technological singularity via a near-seamless integration of acoustic and electronic musical elements.