Pantha+PJ Harvey+Isolee+Tyler Creator

Posted by Jakub

Even if this Pantha Du Prince song wasn’t good i’d probably still post the album art but i’m glad I found this amazing Four Tet remix to go with it, you know how it goes its Four Tet and its loopy and gorgeous.

My good friend Danny aka Philistine DSGN aka The Tower of Light made me aware of 2 things recently: 1. Old PJ Harvey where the electronics are really dark 2. Odd Future with Tyler The Creator, both blowing my mind.

I was really geeked for the new Isolee record, I mean just hoping for magic and I could really only find one song that I fell in love with and it was In Our Country, I hope some singles pop up over the next few months.

This video below isn’t the best for the work place, just an FYI

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Toby says:

February 18, 2011 at 5:35 pm

Wow! Surprised to see PJ Harvey on here, I come from the same little low-key southwest england town. Had the honour of a brief group-talk with her one time in college.

‘Tis a good little town for music, ol’ Bridport.

You always (pleasantly) surprise me, Jakub. :)


RA_OUL says:

February 19, 2011 at 3:36 am

Tyler, the Creator…That is the hardest rappin’ I have heard since Jedi Mind Tricks! The video is so catchy too. RAWCORE for sure.


Shane says:

February 20, 2011 at 5:08 pm

Glad to see they’re blowing up in the right crowds. FREE EARL, FUCK STEVE HARVEY.
But yeah Tyler and the rest of the OF gang kills it on just about every track. Loving it.


Charles Mertens says:

February 21, 2011 at 1:13 pm

Really surprised to see Odd Future on the ISO 50 blog. Proof that these guys are about to blow up. Good for them. Tyler and Hodgy put on the craziest performance on Jimmy Fallon last week. Free Earl. Golf Wang. SWAG.


Kylie says:

February 23, 2011 at 6:52 pm

Add me to the list of people (pleasantly) surprised to see some love for Odd Future. I’ve been pretty stoked on their stuff since someone showed me that Jimmy Fallon video. I especially like BlackenedWhite, the MellowHype album. Tyler and Earl have some great stuff too, but their albums can be a bit difficult.