Flying Lotus – Pattern+Grid World


As postmodernist space odysseys go, Flying Lotus’ Cosmogramma has confidently weaved itself into the lineage of Sun Ra and his Astro Infinity Arkestra’s Strange Strings, Nicolas Roeg’s The Man Who Fell To Earth and Afrika Bambaata’s Planet Rockā€¦

While Cosmogramma is a monolithic convergence of 20th and 21st century musical forms, high in concept and wide in musical collaboration, Pattern+Grid World pulls the focus back to Steven Ellison and his machines.

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6 Responses to “Flying Lotus – Pattern+Grid World”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow. This Cover reminds me of Joe Farell’s Canned Funk.

  2. DJ Hannibal says:

    Noise. Not in the good way either, tired of this sloppy shit. Can’t even bob my head to this. Only GLK could get a reaction playing this. I prefer the old old Flying Lotus. Oh well back to bangin Sid Roams, Alchemist, Benga and old old old Madlib.

  3. dizLyO! says:

    LOL sad to hear about your closed minded ears

  4. Robert says:

    @DJ Hannibal,I tend to agree with you.His sound is interesting but to me it’s not groovy and I don’t really feel his music.

  5. Ow_My_Ears says:

    I too agree with Mr. Hannibal…. I don’t think I’ve heard anything great from FL since his earlier productions… His latest endeavors have been too techno/witty maybe? Fuck I know… what I do know is that after hearing Reset I gave up on this cat.

  6. Manin says:

    I guess it is challenging to be an experimental artist while still trying to appeal to a wide audience. Of course, Electric Circus recieved a lot of hate before it gained mass appeal and birthed an entirely new genre so, I wouldn’t give up on Flying Lotus just yet.

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