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2010’s Cosmogramma was a watershed moment for experimental producer Steven Ellison, aka Flying Lotus. At no point in his relatively short career had the California native sounded so fidgety and restless. Despite the pressure, Cosmogramma was a refreshingly dynamic take on jazz, techno and electro-soul, and a highlight in Ellison’s already remarkable discography.

Until the Quiet Comes is amazing for different reasons. For one, it’s much more accessible than its predecessor, though it contains glitches typical of… read more

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  • DMT Song is gorgeous.
  • I missed the chance to listen to this album when it first came out, but was worth the wait and I have enjoyed it so far.
  • This is by far his best album
  • This album reminds me a bit of Vespertine... introspective yet sensual, dark yet warm (definitely meant to be played at night)... constantly shifting microbeats and whatnot. Could grow to become my favorite of his with more spins
  • i'm starting to prefer this to cosmogramma
  • One of those albums that demands you listen from front to back. Really the only songs I consider *occasionally* skippable are "Sultan's Request" and "The Nightcaller"...but those tracks are still fire. Also, if you haven't had the pleasure of listening to this one on vinyl, I can't recommend that enough. Best album of 2012 for me.
  • amazing
  • Really nice. Although there are some moments which seem too plain for the whole concept of being fully intricated, it's a real experience listening to this. I really like this layered soundscapes confronting clear beats with psychedelic sounds.
  • oh so lovely <33
  • growing to really love this

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