Very few intellects will contest the influence Flying Lotus has had on beats culture and on the way many of his musical off-spring approach Electronic music today. It seems fitting then that Pitchfork, through their collaboration with YouTube would team up with the producer for a mini-documentary following him around key dates on his tour. During the 16 minute feature Ellisson discusses his new album Until the Quiet Comes, saying “I feel like I worked the hardest I’ve ever worked on a record this time around. I tried to trim the fat in a lot of instances and keep everything focused”. He also humorously shares his “side quest” when landing in a new city (3 guesses for what such a mission involves), the question he is most commonly asked by journalists and the way he approaches his DJ sets. But most of all it offers a rare insight into Fly-Lo’s personality and the way he interacts with fans and… Bradford Cox.