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Electro-jazz producer Flying Lotus is bringing his immersive 3D live show to Denver

If it’s anything like that, Denver’s version will combine live, projected visuals that interface with 3D glasses that are handed out to fans before the show. The result in the video below is a bit like being plopped inside a kaleidoscope and hurtled into the mouth of a volcano. (Joe McCabe, The Know)
For Los Angeles producer Flying Lotus, real name Steven Ellison, it’s always best to expect the unexpected. Watch a video of the set below. 25 at noon via axs.com. Recently, Ellison has gone even further afield, debuting rapper alter-ego Captain Murphy and releasing body horror movie “Kuso” earlier this year, a film The Verge called “the most disgusting movie ever made.”

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For Ellison’s latest trick, he’s setting his warped vision on the live show. Tickets to the show are $25.75-$42 and go on sale Aug. On Nov. Flying Lotus performs at SXSW on March 15, 2014. 17, Ellison will bring what he’s calling Flying Lotus 3D, an immersive live DJ set, to Denver’s 2,200-person Exdo Event Center, better known as the building that houses Tracks. The grand-nephew of pianist Alice Coltrane, Ellison has turned out album after album of jazzy, brain-wrinkling dance music over the past decade. Flying Lotus 3D has existed in some form since 2014, when the producer debuted it in an opening slot for Thundercat in New York. Fun! He revamped the show this year for his set at L.A.’s FYF Fest last month.

Taylor Swift announces new album, “Reputation,” in wake of social media blackout

10. 10. The teasers put fans on high alert, and the snake imagery evoked snake emojis used against her in various social media dis-fests last year, including one with Kim Kardashian West after West claimed Swift new about hubby Kanye’s reference to Swift in his song “Famous.”
The album would be her sixth studio effort since the 2014 release of her “1989,” which is the last time she teased fans online, that round with mysterious Polaroid photographs. And she threw in the album’s cover art for good measure: a black-and-white photo of herself — head and shoulders in slouchy sweatshirt — against a backdrop of newsprint reading, simply, “Taylor Swift” over and over again. The first single, she said in a series of posts, will drop Thursday night. This cover image released by Big Machine shows art for her upcoming album, “reputation,” expected Nov. (Big Machine via The Associated Press)
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Swift, who is followed by millions on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, wiped her feeds clean Friday and replaced the void Monday with the first of three reptilian videos, each offering just a tad more of a snake, from tail to squirmy middle and finally its beady red-eyes and ominous fangs lunging briefly at the camera. The pop star who whipped her army of Swifties into a frenzy with video snippets of slithery snake parts on social media posted the title of her new album, “Reputation,” and announced on Instagram it will be out Nov.