New Flying Lotus track
2012-08-20 by mandalane | 15 Comments
A New Flying Lotus track entitled "See Thru To U" featuring Erykah Badu has been released on
Youtube. It is the first single from his forthcoming album "Until the Quiet Comes", out on
October 1st on Warp Records.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7lbY-THNHc&feature=player_embedded
Tagged: Flying Lotus

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SwayzeFaced
August 20th 2012
349 Comments


Kinda feels like Badu is restrained by the song. Never really lets go with her vocals.

Guess it's my fault for expecting some Great Gig In The Sky stuff.

truekebabpower
August 20th 2012
639 Comments


there are crickets making noise outside, I wasn't sure if they were part of the song or not lol

the track will grow on me I know it

clercqie
Contributing Reviewer
August 20th 2012
6515 Comments


New album's gonna be sweet

SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
August 20th 2012
4458 Comments


Yeah Erykah Badu has a really powerful voice and she doesnt really get a chance to show it off here, but I do like the mellow vibe direction that the song takes.

GringoSuave89
August 20th 2012
1055 Comments


Badu doesn't seem to cut loose as much as she used to =/

great song though, really pumped for the album.

Digging: Mike Will Made-It - Ransom

twlichty
August 20th 2012
3439 Comments


haha flylo would put this as his single


Digging: HRVRD - From the Bird's Cage

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 20th 2012
31617 Comments


Like I said before, I'm not the biggest fan of this track. Thundercat is the only one doing anything good here

You know Flylo is in the database, you could have linked this article to his artist page

Digging: Theo Parrish - American Intelligence

Jash
August 20th 2012
4244 Comments


I hope everyone realizes that what he released was only a clip of the track, there's more to it than the 2 and a half minutes

"the best part of 'See Thru To U' hasn't even been heard yet. wait till u see what happens next."

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 20th 2012
31617 Comments


Yeah, but at the same time he's still officially released this, as in you can buy it if you wanted to. If there's more to it, then it's kind of ridiculous that he's selling people half a track

bloc
August 20th 2012
35024 Comments


Always thought this guy was shit, but this ain't bad.

GringoSuave89
August 20th 2012
1055 Comments


there's more? Sweet then I'm totally waiting for the album release then.

Sleaper
August 21st 2012
3438 Comments


minus the vox this would be epic.
Songs still decent tho

ibringyoufire
August 21st 2012
367 Comments


Pretty nice, but I'd rather listen to Between Friends.

Digging: D'Angelo - The Black Messiah

TheJunkhead
August 21st 2012
42 Comments


Not amazing, but still nice and relaxing... Regardless, I can't wait for this album

jungletiger
August 21st 2012
369 Comments


he just gets better and better



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