Digging around on the internet usually leads you to dark, sordid parts of the deep web (and usually a spiral of Wikipedia entries), but once in a while you’ll stumble on a gem. YouTube user Odd Davud has been quietly uploading rare Odd Future recordings over the past couple of weeks and they’re sonic throwbacks to the group’s darker, grungier days. Among the uploads is a 2010 outtake from Earl Sweatshirt called “Rats,” produced by Tyler, the Creator. The song is only 90 seconds and therefore likely was never finished, but it’s lo-fi, angry, and murky. We also have have a better quality version of Tyler’s demo called “Heart of Gold.” Check out everything below.
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