Steven Ellison, known by the stage name of Flying Lotus, is an experimental multi-genre music producer, laptop musician, and rapper from Los Angeles, California. He is the great-nephew of the late jazz pianist Alice Coltrane, and her husband saxophonist John Coltrane. He is also the cousin of musician Ravi Coltrane. Additionally, he is the grandson of singer/songwriter Marilyn McLeod, who is notable for having written Diana Ross’s “Love Hangover” and Freda Payne’s “I Get High (On Your Memory)”.

Flying Lotus Reveals Video "Never Catch Me

Flying Lotus Debuts “Never Catch Me” Video

Warp Records have shared the video for “Never Catch Me ft Kendrick Lamar” from the Flying Lotus album, You’re Dead due out Oct 7th. The video was directed by Hiro Murai and expands on the fantastical dream state imagery that was explored in the video for “Until The Quiet Comes”. This weekend independent records stores:

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Flying Lotus' new album 'Your Dead!' reviewed by Northern Transmissions, the LP comes out October 6th

Review of Flying Lotus’ New LP ‘Your Dead!’

Los Angeles-based Steven Ellison, better known as Flying Lotus, has been pushing the boundaries of IDM, hip-hop, and jazz since 2003. From the Dilla-indebted boom bap of 1983 to the murky, alphabet soup of Cosmogramma, Flying Lotus has always managed to exist on a completely different plane than his peers. On October 7th, Ellison returns with his:

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Gravenhurst announces 'Flashlight Seasons' and 'Black Holes In The Sand' reissue,

Gravenhurst announces Warp re-issues

In 2004, before signing Grizzly Bear, Hudson Mohawke or Flying Lotus, Warp Records signed a UK-based singer-songwriter named Nick Talbot. Under the moniker of Gravenhurst, Talbot released two albums with Warp that year: Flashlight Seasons and Black Holes in the Sand. This November:

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