[Mixtape] The Jet Age of Tomorrow: “The JellyFish Mentality”

(Artwork by Matt Martians)

The Odd Future camp has been busy this week with Earl Sweatshirt releasing “Guild” with Mac Miller while also performing an EarlWolf set with Tyler, the Creator during this week’s Jambalaya Fest in Texas. Today, the production team of Matt Martians (also part of The Internet with Syd the Kyd) and Hal Williams (Pyramid Vritra), The Jet Age of Tomorrow, have dropped their latest album, The JellyFish Mentality. The album features extra production from Syd the Kyd, SBTRKT, and Midtown Pat with vocal features from OF staples Earl Sweatshirt, Hodgy Beats, Mike G, Domo Genesis, as well as OF collaborators Mac Miller, Speak, Casey Veggies, Kilo Kish, The Stepkids, Jesse Boykins III, and Vince Staples.

The Jet Age of Tomorrow stays true to its name with atmospheric, space-like beats. Considering it’s the group’s third release, following 2010’s Voyager and 2011’s The Journey to the 5th Echelon, The Jet Age of Tomorrow has a grasp on their signature sound. If you’re not familiar with their past projects or The Internet, you might be surprised by the album’s laidback and chill production; however, it’s definitely a great alternative to the normal hip hop beats being made right now.

You can download The Jet Age of Tomorrow’s The JellyFish Mentality here. You can stream the album and check out the album’s back art and track list below.


1. Warping Walls
2. Special K (Wombat)
3. Desert N’ The Dark ft. The Stepkids (JAOT Dub)
4. ON!
5. Juney Jones ft. Mac Miller & Speak
6. Panic On Pluto (interlude)
7. Not So Scary ft. Kilo Kish
8. Love In Water
9. Lily Pads
10. A Place Where Lovers Go ft. Jesse Boykins III
11. Machines Machines (interlude)
12. One Take ft. Earl Sweatshirt & Casey Veggies
13. SuperFine
14. Mushy
15. The Door’s Door
16. Asia ft. Mike G
17. Squares
18. Wonderful World ft. Domo Genesis & Vince Staples
19. Naked ft. Hodgy Beats
20. Airport (interlude)
21. Telephones

Geoff Henao

Geoff Henao is a writer/kinda photographer affiliated with the Chicago collective LOD. His interests include film, punk rock, cute girls, graphic novels, video games, and the Chicago Bulls. He's funny sometimes.

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