To celebrate 10 years of making tracks plus the release of his upcoming album Cosmogramma, Flying Lotus has released A Decade of Flying Lotus, mixed by the Gaslamp Killer
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Say “Flying Lotus” in Los Angeles and you’re already halfway to hipness. Say FlyLo, and you’re closer still. FlyLo, Flying Lotus, the artist formerly known as Steven Ellison, is a music producer, DJ, and electronic composer of the hippest, highest order right now.
His latest music, he says, “a collage of mystical states, dreams, sleep and lullabies.” A descent through the time ether that never loses the beat.
This hour, On Point: the music and the man of the moment, Flying Lotus.
This Rare Flying Lotus Mix Was Made the Day J Dilla Died, and Is a Piece of Hip-Hop History | NOISEY
It’s a potent mixture of “hip-hop, rare grooves, exotic international records, and a few of Dilla’s own tracks" and is free to download.
Tech analysts estimate that over six billion emojis are sent each day. Emojis, which started off as a collection of low-resolution pixelated images from Japan, have become a well-established and graphically sophisticated part of everyday global communication.
But who decides what emojis are available to users, and who makes the actual designs? Independent radio and film producer Mark Bramhill (Welcome to Macintosh) took it upon himself to find out and, in the process, ended up developing and pitching his own idea for a new emoji.
Person in Lotus Position
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The second race is reviewed with its DRS and KERS and pirelli terrs. Kevin and Terry get stuck into the stewards, Red Bulls super secret codes, a Schumacher tattoo, Terry’s bad back, Petrov’s trip to the moon, and a new name for Team Lotus.
Kevin goes as Harry Flatters on a dual carriageway and Terry weaves so much he could make a basket. http://www.anotherf1podcast.com/2011/04/13/2011-04-malaysian-grand-prix/
as we’re approaching this new year, I felt it was time to let go of some things that have been gathering dust. Some old things, and some new things, I tried to pick out tracks that I know yall haven’t heard yet so there should be surprises around every turn.
can’t believe i’ve been making tracks for over 10 years now..That said, there’s so much to learn still.
I hope you all enjoy this mix. Thanks to the Gaslamp Killer for doing an incredible job on this.
Can’t wait for you all to hear my album ‘Cosmogramma’ coming out May 4th 2010 on Warp Records.
Hammerstrike (Kypski Remix) from Lotus for the Oil on Glass / Feather on Wood album on Sci Fidelity Records. All credits go to Sci Fidelity Records.
Another F1 Podcast with their take on the 2011 Formula One Australian Grand Prix.
The season has been delayed but it’s here at last.
Karun Chandok has an embarrassing start to his Lotus career, DRS and KERS underwhelm, the tyres are sticky, Vettel has become precocious, Mark Webber has broken his stomach, Hamilton broke his car, Button broke the rules, Vitaly Petrov impressed and Nick Heidfeld takes part in a moving tribute.
The BBC make Terry and Kevin’s job harder as the lack of Legard means less to criticise (aside from Eddie Jordan’s poetry) as they take you through the best and worst of the Australian Grand Prix 2011
Steven Ellison has been producing music under his Flying Lotus alias since 2006, releasing six critcally acclaimed albums, collaborating with artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Erykah Badu, Thom Yorke, Snoop Dogg and Herbie Hancock, and finding time to set up his own independent label, Brainfeeder.
On this episode of Repercussions, Stuart Buchanan and guest Luke Telford take a 60-minute fly through the Fly-Lo catalogue, from early Dilla-esque beats on his debut 1983 to the hip hop’n’jazz-fusion odyssey of his new release for Warp Records, You’re Dead.
Terry and Kevin admit that sometimes getting what you wish for doesn’t leave the best taste in the mouth as in a fortnight they get to meet two Formula One drivers, see an exclusive screening of the Senna film, sit in a room with Jackie Stewart, be official F1 press and watch a race with lots of overtaking and yet feel a bit depressed about it all.
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