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The Jet Age of Tomorrow

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The Jet Age of Tomorrow
Also known asThe Super 3
OriginAtlanta, Georgia, United States
Genres
Years active
  • 2008–2013
  • 2017
Labels
Associated acts
Websiteoddfuture.com
Members

The Jet Age of Tomorrow (or The Super 3) is an American production duo from Atlanta, Georgia that consists of producer-singer Matt Martians, and producer-rapper Pyramid Vritra. According to Martians, the group's music originated from instrumentals turned down by Tyler, The Creator and Hodgy Beats, who liked the tracks Martians sent them, but could not use them in their own music.[1]

History

Super 3 was a trio created by Matt Martians which consisted, besides himself, Betty Vasolean and Yoshi Jenkins, which were only fictional characters. The band had a My Space page in which all the songs were published and he was a former member of the collective Odd Future alongside Cassey Veggies, Hodgy Beats, Tyler The Creator and Left Brain where he produced some songs on their first mixtape: The Odd Future Tape.

Later, Pyramid Vritra joined Matt and the band changed their name to The Jet Age Of Tomorrow and released some albums.

A music video for the single "Wonderland" from the group's second album, The Journey to the 5th Echelon, was released on February 4, 2011.[2]

Aside from being members of The Jet Age of Tomorrow, Matt Martians is also a member of The Internet with Odd Future member Syd the Kid. Pyramid Vritra is also a member of his own Atlanta hip hop collective, NRK (Nobody Really Knows).[3]

Vritra released his first full-length solo album, Pyramid on August 7, 2012.[4]

The Jet Age of Tomorrow's third album, Jellyfish Mentality, was released on May 24, 2013, at 3pm EST for free through Odd Future's website.[5]

Discography

Albums and Extended Plays

with Odd Future

with Brandun DeShay

  • The Super D3Shay (2009)[10]

Production discography

2008

Odd Future - The Odd Future Tape

2009

The Jet Age of Tomorrow and Brandun DeShay - The Super D3Shay
  • 01. "I Want Eargasms"
  • 02. "Radio Love"
  • 03. "The Last Martians"
  • 05. "Searching For"
  • 06. "Bad Day"
  • 07. "We Were" (produced with Brandun DeShay)
  • 08. "Where Is Home"
  • 09. "Sign Off"

2010

The Jet Age of Tomorrow - Voyager
  • 01. "Welcome Aboard Voyager"
  • 02. "Can I Hold Your Hand?!"
  • 03. "Friday"
  • 04. "But She Not My Lover"
  • 05. "Don't Tell the Mermaids"
  • 06. "Rapido Eye Movement"
  • 07. "Revenge of the Ranger Wranglers"
  • 08. "The Knight Hawk"
  • 09. "Hercules Cup"
  • 10. "Orange Juice Simpson"
  • 11. "Strobe Light
  • 12. "My Good Girl"
  • 13. "They Dove Through the Ice Into the Unfathomable Depths of the Abyss"
  • 14. "Submarine"
  • 15. "Lisa, Where Have You Been?"
  • 16. "EUROPA"
The Jet Age of Tomorrow - Journey to the 5th Echelon
  • 01. "Green Stars (Intro)"
  • 02. "5th Echelon"
  • 03. "Pack Up"
  • 04. "Love In The Purple Forest"
  • 05. "Dust Off" (featuring Hodgy Beats and Mike G)
  • 06. "Thump Thump"
  • 07. "The Fallen Angels" (produced with Left Brain)
  • 08. "Sunburst" (produced with Tyler Major)
  • 09. "LunchBox" (featuring Vince Staples and JQ)
  • 10. "Wonderland"
  • 13. "The Finer Things" (featuring Om'Mas Keith)
  • 14. "Protozoa (Yow!)"
  • 15. "Burfday"
  • 16. "Sleep!"
  • 17. "Welcome Home Son" (featuring Casey Veggies and Tyler, The Creator)
  • 18. "A Happy Ending" (produced with Kream Team)
  • 19. "Her Secrets" (Bonus track)

2011

Odd Future - 12 Odd Future Songs
  • 04. "Welcome Home Son" (performed by The Jet Age of Tomorrow featuring Casey Veggies and Tyler, The Creator)
  • 09. "But She's Not My Lover" (performed by The Jet Age of Tomorrow)

2012

Odd Future - The OF Tape Vol. 2

2013

The Jet Age of Tomorrow - JellyFish Mentality
  • 01. "Warping Walls"
  • 02. "Special K (Wombat)"
  • 03. "Desert N' The Dark (JAOT Dub)" (featuring The Stepkids)
  • 04. "ON!"
  • 05. "Juney Jones" (featuring Mac Miller and Speak!)
  • 06. "Panic On Pluto"
  • 07. "Not So Scary" (featuring Kilo Kish)
  • 08. "Love In Water"
  • 09. "Lily Pads"
  • 10. "A Place Where Lovers Go" (featuring Jesse Boykins III)
  • 11. "Machines Machines"
  • 12. "One Take" (featuring Earl Sweatshirt and Casey Veggies)
  • 13. "SuperFINE"
  • 14. "Mushy"
  • 15. "The Door's Door"
  • 16. "Asia" (featuring Mike G)
  • 17. "Squares"
  • 18. "Wonderful World" (featuring Domo Genesis and Vince Staples)
  • 19. "Naked" (featuring Hodgy Beats)
  • 20. "Airport"
  • 21. "Telephones"

2017

The Jet Age of Tomorrow - God's Poop or Clouds?[11]
  • 01. "Summer is Ending"
  • 02. "The Long Way Home" (featuring Syd)
  • 03. "Escape City"
  • 04. "The Jaunt"
  • 05. "Friday Night / the World's Ending"
  • 06. "Wool Glasses"
  • 07. "Ain't a Party"
  • 08. "Buzzin'"
  • 09. "Chance" (featuring MarkUsFree and India Shawn)
  • 10. "1 A.M"
  • 11. "LocoMotive"
  • 12. "Dis Far Witcha'"
  • 13. "Fly Like Me" (featuring Zack Villere & MarkUsFree)
  • 14. "What Reality?"
  • 15. "Come on Wit Me Gurl"

References

  1. ^ Sheperd, Julianne (29 November 2011). "INTERVIEWS Q&A: How Odd Future's Syd the Kyd and Matt Martians Invented the Internet". Spin. Accessed 01 March 2012.
  2. ^ Johnson, Scott. "Video: Jet Age of Tomorrow 'Wonderland'". Accessed 29 February 2012.
  3. ^ "Interview // Hal Williams (NRK/Odd Future)". Accessed 01 March 2012
  4. ^ "Pyramid – NRK". bandcamp page of NRK. Accessed 08 August 2012
  5. ^ matt [@TheSuper3] (20 May 2013). "Ill be releasing it on FRIDAY" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  6. ^ "Jet Age of Tomorrow - Voyager". Official OFWGKTA Tumblr. 29 April 2010. Accessed 01 March 2012
  7. ^ The Jet Age of Tomorrow - Voyager". Official OFWGKTA Tumblr. 31 December 2010. Accessed 01 March 2012
  8. ^ JellyFish Mentality. Official OFWGKTA Tumblr. 24 May 2013. Accessed 26 May 2013
  9. ^ Blais-Billie, Braudie (22 August 2017). "The Jet Age of Tomorrow Announce New Album God's Poop Or Clouds?, Share New Song: Listen". Pitchfork. Retrieved 26 August 2017.
  10. ^ "brandUn DeShay & The Super 3 -  The Super D3Shay (FreEP)". 2DopeBoyz. 14 May 2009. Accessed 15 March 2013
  11. ^ The Jet Age Of Tomorrow – God's Poop or Clouds? Discogs. Accessed 12 March 2018

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