07.09.12 by Jeff

Flying Lotus / Until The Quiet Comes

Flying Lotus / Until The Quiet Comes
A mesmerizing short by Kahlil Joseph, featuring music from the new Flying Lotus album. Watch the film and tell me you wouldn’t wanna to see these two re-imagine The Wire.




Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

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  • Jay Garrick

    Absolutly awesome!
    Thanks a lot for posting that video. I’m in love with Flying Lotus, their songs, and i’m sur i won’t be disappointed when i’ll listen the new album…

  • Dalton

    Holy shit, that was amazing. Every scene is a piece of art for certain, but I can’t stop replaying the part when he comes of the ground in what looks like reverse (but I’m assuming isn’t). Whole video is inspiring. Damn. 

    • http://www.booooooom.com/ Jeff Hamada

      so many beautiful shots in this especially that sequence, i think this kind of dance can often be really boring but it was used so effectively here

    • http://www.facebook.com/srduncan.byu Steven Duncan

      oh wow…I totally thought it was in reverse my fist time through.  Definitely not in reverse after a second/third/fourth rewatch :) Epic.

  • Dalton

    Also, I want that shirt. 

  • haveanicedieye

    that was dark and moving.



  • http://www.facebook.com/marinlemaignan Marin Le Maignan Grant

    This black guy dancing is good, nice expressive moves.

    • Penisloverxo

      i feel that

    • Alicia

      His name is Storyboard P. Not black guy. This video is filled with black people. (smh) …

  • lepetitfaon

    OH MY GOD, okay just watched that three times, and still don’t feel its enough, oddly the kids running with the scrap wood seems to the most perfect shot for me, despite it being simple compared to the rest, its just so pretty

    • http://www.booooooom.com/ Jeff Hamada

      ya i agree that shot really stood out to me too

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Watch the video below!

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