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  • Audio CD (October 2, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warp Records
  • ASIN: B008V4H6N6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,733 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. All In
2. Getting There feat. Niki Randa
3. Until The Colours Come
4. Heave(n)
5. Tiny Tortures
6. All the Secrets
7. Sultan s Request
8. Putty Boy Strut
9. See Thru to U feat. Erykah Badu
10. Until the Quiet Comes
11. DMT Song feat. Thundercat
12. The Nightcaller
13. Only if You Wanna
14. Electric Candyman feat. Thom Yorke
15. Hunger feat. Niki Randa
16. Phantasm feat. Laura Darlington
17. me Yesterday//Corded
18. Dream to Me

Editorial Reviews

Composed, according to FlyLo, as ''a collage of mystical states, dreams, sleep and lullabies'', Until the Quiet Comes has the distinct feel of this nocturnal trip. From the twitching descent into a subconscious state and the out-of-focus time-ether of the journey that follows, the sound is an unhinged, yet elegant evolution of the melodic and rhythmic interplay that is woven into the DNA of Flying Lotus' aural personae. The album, featuring guests Erykah Badu, Laura Darlington, Niki Randa, Thundercat & Thom Yorke, is set for release on October 2. UTQC is fueled by FlyLo's first ever full US Tour, multiple videos, creative visual assets and massive support from his ever-growing group of press and fans. Notable followers include Odd Future (Earl Sweatshirt collaboration with Adult Swim online now), Schoolboy Q (who's been in the studio) and rising super-producer Clams Casino.

Customer Reviews

Flying Lotus is really in a class/genre by itself.
D. A. Nelson
From the very first track, up through the last one, it feels like your floating on a cloud.
Shaquille Smith
Anyone that likes FlyLo or beat music will love this.
Ian Mattingly

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By T. A. Daniel on October 2, 2012
Format: MP3 Music
It seems like every time Flying Lotus is mentioned, his connection to the family's connections to the jazz world is also brought up. On first glance, it feels like a piece of trivia - Flying Lotus is related to the Coltrane family? - but after listening to his music, it starts to make perfect sense. The brand of electronic that Flying Lotus crafts has a certain jazz-element to it, and once you hear it, you can't miss it. This connection to jazz feels stronger than ever on the LA-based producer's UNTIL THE QUIET COMES; tracks like "All the Secrets" and "See Thru to U" have a freeform fusion feel them, and at other times, the way that Flying Lotus's compositions come together (and drift apart) feel like an accomplished jazz piece.

This album isn't extremely accessible - it darts between ideas and sketches of songs, and there isn't a truly consistent through-line to guide listeners. Often, UNTIL THE QUIET COMES feels like a sketchpad where Flying Lotus was able to throw down ideas while in the studio. The producer leaves just enough room in these compositions for listeners to lose themselves in, but often these songs are over just as they find their footing. The second half of the album feels more cogent, with tracks flowing into one another, and transitions happening a bit more naturally.

There are a few guest moments on UNTIL THE QUIET COMES. Sometimes these collaborations feel inconsequential: "See Thru to U" features Erykah Badu and "Electric Candyman" features Thom Yorke, but these guest spots feel like they could have done by anyone; it doesn't feel like there's much for them to do here.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By echoe on October 4, 2012
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Not that he had much growing to do, but this CD is a step up from Cosmogramma. Hopefully you're buying it now. I listened to it via NPR's 'First Listen', then ended up listening to it another few times before writing this. People say albums are 'growers'. In this case, it isn't really that the album's growing, but that you need to be able to understand what the album's doing. It's kind of a rush of sound.
Unlike Cosmogramma, Until the Quiet Comes doesn't tend to show off. The beats are fairly minimalistic - there are multiple things going on but if you want you can pick each individual beat or groove out easily. It gives the beats air to grow in, like planting a flower and watching it bloom because there aren't any leaves blocking its light.
Until the Quiet Comes is best when you listen to it straight through. I liked Cosmogramma specifically because I would put it on and not hear most of it - I would be doing something while listening to it and would occasionally tune it out. But at the end of the CD I always felt better, somehow. I would notice it was off not by the absence of sound, but by the bad mood that came with its absence.
I smiled after this CD was finished. I'd been lulled into not analyzing certain parts - I think that's by design. The high points are very high, and the low points don't exist.
If you like electronica or whichever of the many genres FlyLo fits into, you should pick up this album. He's the only artist, at this point, whi's gotten to the point where I instantly buy his CD's.
I'd say my favorite tracks, in order of appearance on the album, are All In, Getting There, All The Secrets, Putty Boy Strut [the video is also fantastic], Hunger [the section after 2:22], me Yesterday//Corded, and Dream to Me.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ant on November 14, 2012
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
I played this whole record straight through as soon as I received it. An amazing achievement. In 2008, my girlfriend at the time, with assistance from a mini clip in an adult swim commercial, introduced me to Flying Lotus. In 2010, Cosmogramma found it's way into my bloodstream (see "Computer Face//Pure Being" to gain a full understanding). This album is exactly what previous reviews have stated; like an endless dream with a few nightmare sequences. When I die, I'd like to think the positive aspect of dying would be playing this album in the background. Euphoric measurements with room for relation to the listener. My favorite band is Radiohead and Thom Yorke on this record is a (+). There's also usage of a Jonny Greenwood guitar composition, previously released because Greenwood and Ellison never got around to collaborating during these recording sessions. In any case, it is evident that Flying Lotus continues to grow as a musician-composer-producer, for the better. **This product works well with Tangerine Kush. Enjoy!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth on October 2, 2012
Format: Audio CD
FlyLo ambitiously stitches together a diverse array of musical styles on Until The Quiet Comes to produce a mesmeric lattice-work of psychedelic wonderment; with winding basslines, stuttering drum beats, bright keyboards and pitch shifted vocals featuring heavily throughout this albums duration. Although that might sound like an unpenetrable and potentially alienating concoction on paper, Mr Ellison's consumate compositional skills bring all these disparate elements together, by filtering them through his unique lens of jazzy electronica much like he did on his previous opus "Cosmogramma". "UTQC" is an all together more apporachable work than it's predecessor though, with FlyLo choosing to create a lush soundscape of mind altering mood pieces with the aforementioned elements, rather than densely packing everything together to produce something as abstract and otherwordly as "Cosmogramma". Fans of electronic music in general should find plenty on "UTQC" to drool over, but those of you who have a penchant particularly for Amon Tobin's brand of Jazz infused breakbeat and/or Matthew Herbert's soulful microhouse will be especially taken by this albums three dimensional fusion of experimental jazz and multifarious electronica.
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