Group's manager says new project could be "absolutely amazing or a complete disaster"
Odd Future have launched their own 24-hour online radio station.
The US group, fronted by Tyler, The Creator, will broadcast around the clock on the station, which has been launched in conjunction with Dash Radio. The Fader reports that the the radio station will operate seven days a week with the first broadcast taking place last night (September 11).
Odd Future manager Christian Clancy said of the initiative: “Basically a 24/7 commercial free station for their shows, their shit, their friends and music they like… live show on tuesdays, specials… whatever they come up with. Could be absolutely amazing or a complete disaster.”
Rick Ross, Mac Miller and Earl Sweatshirt will also play the third annual Camp Flog Gnaw event, which will take place on November 8 at The Park at the Coliseum in Los Angeles. In addition, performances will come from The Internet and there will be solo sets from Odd Future members Hodgy Beats, Left Brain, Domo Genesis and Mike G, as well as appearances from Action Bronson, Freddie Gibbs, Trash Talk and Cherry Glazerr.
The event will be hosted by Alchemist and Taco and there will be rides, food trucks and a skatepark.