On 2nd October Warp will release Flying Lotus’ anxiously-awaited new album, “Until The Quiet Comes”, and today we can already hear it in its entirety courtesy of NPR. The album includes collaborations from Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Erykah Badu, Thundercat, Niki Randa and Laura Darlington; bringing us 18 new eruptions of galactic future jazz sprinkled with cubist IDM. On first listen, the work seems to be a bit less cerebral and intricate than the masterful “Cosmogramma” (Warp, 2010), with a sound in which the organic component gains ground over the digital factor. Cuts like “ Hunger” and “ Phantasm” make up some of the most intimate moments of Steven Ellison’s work. In general terms, this is one of his less uphill works, full of relaxed, translucent atmospheres that invite one into laid-back escapism.