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Steve Lacy's Fluid Funk and 9 More Albums for Heavy Rotation
Enjoy psychedelic jazz from LA and cosmic pop from Mali on your holiday weekend.
Rank Your Records
Flying Lotus Ranks His Records
Ahead of his new album 'Flamagra,' the Los Angeles-based producer takes a look back at the psychedelic turns his career has taken.
Listen to Two Mind-Blowing Previews of Flying Lotus’ New Album
“Spontaneous” features Little Dragon’s Yukimi Nagano and “Takashi” is an instrumental jam. Both are great and on Flamagra, which is out May 24 via Warp.
Flying Lotus' New Single With David Lynch Is Surreal and Upsetting
"Fire Is Coming" heralds the Los Angeles-based producer's new album 'Flamagra,' out May 24 on Warp.
Zack Fox Begrudgingly Explains the "Square Up Challenge"
We talk to the writer, comedian, and rapper(?) about his creative process and his radio show 'Bruh.'
Ross From Friends' New Track Bridges Lo-Fi House and Bedroom Pop
The London producer earned the 'lo-fi' tag last year, and now that he's signed to Brainfeeder he's expanding his sound further on "John Cage."
Hot Damn, Flying Lotus Just Dropped Seven New Tracks on Soundcloud
The songs are outtakes from FlyLo's 'Blade Runner Black Out 2022' and 'Perfect' soundtracks.
Start 2018 with a Meditative Flying Lotus Song Called "Quarantine"
The track features on a new mix from Brainfeeder.
Flying Lotus' New Single Is a Surreal Trip
"Post Requisite" arrives with a collage-like and absurd video, amidst a busy year for the Los Angeles-based producer.
Flying Lotus Apologizes for Remarks About Gaslamp Killer Allegations
"I wanted to sincerely apologize for my comments at my show. I realize they were insensitive."
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Los Angeles Is Burning in the New 'Blade Runner' Anime Prequel
'Cowboy Bebop' director Shinichiro Watanabe offers a look at what happened to LA between 'Blade Runner' and '2049.'
Life Is Boring as Shit, But Iglooghost's Music Can Help You Escape
The British producer's wild new album 'Neō Wax Bloom' is a portal to the land of Mamu—a world of fruit, pink mist, and gelatinous worms in witches' clothing. Or so he says.