THIS IS THE MOST EXCITING NEWS I’VE RECEIVED ALL YEAR!!!! The Jet Age of Tomorrow consists Hal Williams and Odd Future x The Internet’s own Matt Martians. Together they create some of the most progressive music I’ve heard to date and I’ve just received word that their third album ” JellyFish Mentality ” will be releasing this Friday! Here is their new single from the album… CAN’T WAIT
While perhaps not the conversation piece it once was, Frank Ocean’s Channel Orange has lost none of its luster. Check out his new video for “Lost”.
Why wait for Tuesday? Wolf is up for streaming now.
The most (maybe only) inevitable Tyler, the Creator collaboration has finally happened. He’s joined by his hero, Pharrell, on the second single for Wolf (April 2). The song’s production has a great master-and-apprentice feel, as Pharrell’s direct influence on Tyler’s style is very apparent, and the N.E.R.D.-ist’s vocal appearance is more accessory than showcase. I dig it. Video is creepy as all hell. UPDATE: On the album version of the song, Pharrell has a bigger part in the song. It sounds like an unintentional sequel to “Frontin” if the story had an unhappy ending:
This is the song to present to your friends who still insist on not liking Odd Future. Earl Sweatshirt’s Doris coming soon.
As I said to somebody somewhere earlier today, I’m very curious to see…without the added benefit (or burden, depending on perception) of “undergound”…where Tyler’s career goes after his 3rd album is released. Today, he announced that album, Wolf, and its April 2 release date. Wasting no time, we hear and see the first single and video for the lead single, “Domo 23″. Seems like Tyler is sticking to the formula so far. Actually, as a fellow worshiper at the Church of Neptunes like young Tyler, I’m more of a fan of the songs like the “You remind me of my Bimmer” joint that popped up at the end of the video.
I’m sure it wasn’t what Earl was going for, but it a weird way, this video is a great interpretation of the last Presidential election’s effect on America’s psyche. “Pigeons” is from Earl’s self-titled 2010 album.
New video for Earl Sweatshirt’s inwardly focused “Chum”. Though there are no specific details of an album (that I know of), the song itself belongs to Columbia Records, so it’s going somewhere. UPDATE: Earl just announced that the album will be called Doris. No dates yet.
Random release over the weekend. Though, there are rumors that a new Tyler album, Wolf, is in the works. Possibly 1/1. I’m guessing that’s accurate because A) 1/1 is a Tuesday, B) Tyler ends the song with “First”. On another note: I would wager large sums of cash that Tyler will eventually release an instrumental album. I will own this album. I will enjoy it.