17 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Flying Lotus blasts off into another galaxy on Cosmogramma, a celestial mixture of jazz, hip-hop, 8-bit videogame sounds, and more. The producer’s arrangements are at once soothing and kinetic; they shuffle and ping like a web of organic moving parts on electro-jazz cuts like “Pickled!” and the dubby, cinematic “Zodiac S**t.” The electronic beeps and blips of “...And the World Laughs with You” wriggle alongside Thom Yorke’s unearthly croon, while throwback freak-out “Arkestry” nods to the original cosmic deity, Sun Ra.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Flying Lotus blasts off into another galaxy on Cosmogramma, a celestial mixture of jazz, hip-hop, 8-bit videogame sounds, and more. The producer’s arrangements are at once soothing and kinetic; they shuffle and ping like a web of organic moving parts on electro-jazz cuts like “Pickled!” and the dubby, cinematic “Zodiac S**t.” The electronic beeps and blips of “...And the World Laughs with You” wriggle alongside Thom Yorke’s unearthly croon, while throwback freak-out “Arkestry” nods to the original cosmic deity, Sun Ra.

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