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It had some standout moments and was very cohesive as a piece, but it could just as well become wallpaper music.
The synth lines sprinkle through the confetti of percussion, falling like a dandelion's florets into the dirt beneath a rolling tank of rhythms.
Cosmogramma follows in the same vein as Los Angeles and is just as good as any of Flying Lotus' previous efforts.
Hard to get into, but Do the Astral Plane is a fantastic song!Published 5 months ago by K. M. Draper
Flying Lotus made one of the most thrillingly emotional albums ever. It took me dozens of listens to even like what i was hearing when it first came out, but once i started to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kenneth Stewart
My favorite album by Flying Lotus. This is gonna be tough for him to beat.
This album features the wonderful bassist, Thundercat, who is SUPER talented. Read more
Heard "Do the Astral Plane" on 88.9 Radio Milwaukee and just dug it. I had my intro to this sound with Aphex Twin and Squarepusher ten to fifteen years ago. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mark S.
The Packaging was the same as Cosmogramma but it was really beat up. The actual vinyl was of a different artist called Joseph Arthur. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Zach Morrissey
Pushing Music Forward
Steven Ellison, better known as Flying Lotus, may not be a household name, but among musicians he is viewed as a master of his art. Read more
Wow - I just came across this after reading the pitchfork best albums of 2010 - no argument with that. Read morePublished on April 8, 2011 by Amazon Customer