|Jet Age Of Tomorrow detail new LP|
2013-05-21 by Deviant STAFF | 8 Replies | 1059 Views
Psychedelic hip hop outfit, and Odd Future associates The Jet Age Of Tomorrow, have finally locked in details regarding their long-talked about Jellyfish Mentality
The duo, made up of The Internet's Matt Martians and Hal 'Pyramid Vritra' Williams, first mentioned the project in November of last year; and, as can be expected, the 21 track album will feature a slew of guest appearances from the ragtag ensemble (Earl Sweatshirt, Hodgy Beats, Mike G, Domo Genesis, Vince Staples, and Casey Veggies). Mac Miller and SBTRKT have also booked in studio time with the group, with Kilo Kish and The Step-Up Kids also set to appear.
The album, free as always, is set to drop on Friday.
2. Special K (Wombats)
3. Warping Walls
4. Desert N’ The Dark (JAOT Dub) [Featuring The Stepkids]
6. Juney Jones (Featuring Mac Miller & Speak)
7. Panic On Pluto (interlude) [Featuring SBTRKT]
8. Not So Scary (Featuring Kilo Kish)
9. Love In Water
10. Lily Pads
11. A Place Where Lovers Go (Featuring Jesse Boykins III)
12. Machines Machines (interlude)
13. One Take (Featuring Earl Sweatshirt & Casey Veggies)
15. The Door’s Door
16. Asia (Featuring Mike G)
18. Wonderful World (Featuring Domo Genesis & Vince Staples)
19. Naked (Featuring Hodgy Beats)
20. Airport (interlude)
These guys have always felt criminally overlooked when stood next to the antics of Tyler & co
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except odd future in general is not even close to exceptional so 'criminally' is a bit hyperbolic i'd say
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Talented or being exceptional has nothing to do with the amount of hype certain sections of the group have received. That's about as far from hyperbolic as someone could get when mentioning Tyler, Earl et al
oh oops, i think i misinterpreted your post
my bad lol
Take some jelly. Take some fish. Look at that sandwich. Mmmm deeeeee-lish.
this looks like it might be decent
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Haven't been impressed enough to keep these guys on my iPod so far, but I'll definitely check this out.
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