Tyler the Creator – Translyvania Music Video

Usually I dig Tyler and Odd Future, but don`t know how I feel about this song right now. Its different, but the video is still cool.

http://vimeo.com/h5c/transylvania

Frank Ocean – We All Try (Music Video)

http://vimeo.com/24812777

Odd Future x Free Earl

Odd Future. Swag.

Nardwuar vs Odd Future

Nardwuar is 100% my favorite interviewer. He has been doing it for over 20 years and has never changed his style. Artists seem to love his quirky ways and he does lots of research + work before his interviews. Check out Nardwuar interviewing Odd Future at SXSW 2011 in Austin, Texas , USA.

Odd Future Performance @ MTV Woodie Awards

Spin Magazines Features Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All

SPIN Magazine features one of their “next big things” for 2011, LA hip-hop group Odd Future. The issue outlines the rise of Tyler Haley and the Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (OFWGKTA) gang, including a series of photographs shot by Kenneth Cappello in Los Angeles.


Tyler Haley is ecstatic. It’s soundcheck at the Echo in Los Angeles and Odd Future are preparing for a homecoming of sorts. The volatile, controversial ten-member posse — rap’s most outrageously subversive newcomers — just played two sellout shows in New York and London. But before that, they’d only performed once, so this is all still very new.

Live, engineer Syd (formerly “tha Kyd”) handles the beats, and as she cues up “Fuck the Police” by MellowHype (an Odd Future sub-group featuring grit-loving producer Left Brain and charismatic rapper Hodgy Beats), it’s obvious no one in the room has ever heard the song sound so good and so loud. The drums’ trebly machine-gun clatter pries eyes open wide. The heavy, honking tuba effect drops jaws to the dingy concrete. And the bass hits Odd Future leader Tyler like a spark to a fuse.

He rockets off the stage, hits the floor, and starts high-stepping, all six feet two inches of him — part mosher, part drum major. He circles the small venue at a gallop, soon spying his friend Vince Staples. Tyler hooks an arm around the dude’s neck and enters a full spin. It’s all so pure and beautifully chaotic that no one, least of all Tyler, considers the support beam that Vince had been leaning on a millisecond before: 180 degrees…270 degrees…355 degrees — crack! Even over the Echo’s crushing sonics, the sound of skull meeting wood is terribly audible. Vince’s hat flies off like he’s a cartoon character. Then, the very real young man clutches his braincase and falls.

It was an accident. Not the first, certainly not the last. These things just happen when you’re jumping without a parachute and crashing blindly through whatever’s in your way. It’s almost surprising, though, that the post didn’t just snap or bend out of deference. If Odd Future have one thing that everyone can agree upon, it’s uncanny velocity.

Sneeze Magazine Spring 2011

The latest edition from Vancouver, Canada-based ‘Sneeze’ Magazine features Tyler, The Creator (of Odd Future) and skater Jason Dill. This particular issue is called the ‘The Flagrant Foul’ and is the 11th cover done by the magazine. Photos shot by Kenneth Cappelo

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