News

Frank Ocean Releases New Visual Album, With Another Album Promised for This Weekend

Endless Out Now via Apple Music, Features James Blake and Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood

Aug 19, 2016

Frank Ocean has long been teasing the release of a new album entitled Boys Don't Cry, but last night instead he released a new visual album called Endless exclusively via Apple Music. You can watch it here and the tracklist is below. The album features James Blake, Sampha, Arca, Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, and others. Furthermore, according to Rolling Stone Ocean is also releasing Boys Don't Cry this weekend, except it has a new title that has yet to be revealed. More

Check Out Photos of Øya Festival, Day 3

Metronomy, Black Keys, Refused, Young Dreams, and More

Aug 11, 2012

From August 7-11 Oslo, Norway hosted the Øya Festival. Check out our day three shots of Siri NilsenYoung DreamsMetronomyDāM-FunKOdd FutureRefusedChromatics, and The Black Keys. More

Odd Future Announce New Album

Of Tape Vol 2 Out March 20

Jan 18, 2012

Whatever you do, don’t tell Tipper Gore…Odd Future has a new album coming out. More

Photographer Presses Charges Against Odd Future Member Left Brain

Claims to Have Received Threatening E-mail

Nov 07, 2011

It was previously reported that Odd Future member Left Brain (aka Vyron Turner) attacked photographer Amy Harris in the photo pit during Odd Future's set at Voodoo Experience in New Orleans. Now Harris plans to press charges. More

Oct 31, 2011

On Sunday, California hip hop outfit Odd Future performed at Voodoo Experience in New Orleans and became aggressive with photographers in the photo pit, with member "Left Brain" allegedly slapping a female one in the face. More

Odd Future Gets a Series on Adult Swim

So, Yeah, That Happened

Sep 08, 2011

Today Adult Swim got a bit less animated—as the programming block picked up Loiter Squad, a live-action show Jackass-style show featuring Odd Future. More

Austin’s Fun Fun Fun Festival 2011 Lineup Announced

M83, Lykke Li, Odd Future, Reggie Watts, Passion Pit, and More

Aug 01, 2011

Today Austin's Fun Fun Fun Festival announced the lineup for this year's event, taking place November 4 - 6. More



Reviews

Coachella 2011 Day One Report – Cut Copy, Odd Future, Tame Imapala, Interpol, and more

Apr 16, 2011

Day one of Coachella 2011 displayed several improvements over last year. There was less of a crowd (even though it was sold out this year, they put more of a limitation on how many tickets could be sold). Security was tighter and parking seemed less of a pain. And it even seemed as though the Mojave and Gobi tents were a little bigger this year and able to accommodate more fans. Highlights of the day included two bands from down under and some soft rockers; where-as two notable artists stormed off the stage. More

Coachella 2011 Day 1 Recap: Kings of Leon, The Black Keys, Gayngs, Robyn, Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill

Apr 16, 2011

Following numerous complaints of last year's festival being far too crowded, this year Goldenvoice the organizers of Coachella 2011 made significant changes to address that concern. A wristband with a microchip is now necessary at all time during the festival, scanned at no fewer than two checkpoints on the way into the festival. Additionally, they also sold less tickets than last year. The result of both thus far (it might just be that many attendees couldn't get Friday off from work) is a greatly improved experience. Even during headliner Kings of Leon there was plenty of room to maneuver and find a decent spot to watch the show. So in that respect, it's already a great improvement on last year. This year's music started off with an impressive array of talent, but had little in the way of jaw-dropping moments the festival has become famous for. More