Published on October 14th, 2012 | by greg0
Flying Lotus: Until The Quiet Comes:: Review
Until the Quiet Comes is the 4th album by Flying Lotus (Steven Ellison) and demands to be heard in its entirety as a single piece. That’s the rationale for making the digital copy of Until the Quiet Comes as a single 47-minute seamless track so that you can absorb the avant-garde jazz and electronic music as it was intended. Until the Quiet Comes is a fluid piece of music that features guest contributions from Erykah Badu and a muted Thom Yorke who giddily follow Ellison down whatever path that he may lay. Like any good jazz album, Until the Quiet Comes requires concentration and dedicated listening. While that price might be heavy for some, Until the Quiet Comes does prove to be a revelatory listen for those willing to give it the chance.