Entries tagged with: Remy Belvaux
Flying Lotus at LPR in October (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Flying Lotus, whose great Until the Quiet Comes has been getting the credit it deserves on year-end lists by NME, Uncut, NPR, and Pitchfork, just made a list of his top ten films that have Criterion Collection editions. The whole list with commentary is on Criterion's website but you can see his picks below.
In related news, Flying Lotus' rap alter-ego Captain Murphy recently tweeted that he'll be in Austin this March for SXSW 2013. This announcement comes after SXSW's own recent announcement of artists which included Rhye, Savages, Flatbush Zombies, Deap Vally, Angel Haze, and more.
Flying Lotus' list below...
- Anonymous wrote: The tickets for the Phish Saratoga shows are starting at $135....</... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: Coward123 is anonymous too thus should STFU unless he/she is gonna ... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: Ha.. funny how excited people get over this mass produced garbage. ... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: God damn, your man Hov cracked the can open again.... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: Who gives a shit about this garbage??? People have the worst taste.... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: Very much dig this band and where they're drawing influence from. C... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: Love me some Bowie but that Teen business kinda blows dong. ... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: Now that's one hell of a shit show package there. Can't imagine end... [more]
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