Watch Tyler, The Creator And Earl Sweatshirt Reunite, Perform Odd Future Songs For Final Low End Theory Show
Los Angeles' Low End Theory club night had its final show Wednesday night before closing its doors after a decade of business. However, the bittersweet last show came with a well-received performance — an Odd Future reunion.
Tyler, the Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Hodgy Beats, and Syd took to the stage to perform "Orange Juice" and "Rella." Tyler also performed a number of his own songs too as well as spoke to the audience and recounted a time when Odd Future was paid $500 to play an early show at the event, which was the most money he'd ever seen at that point in his life.
Aside from the Odd Future reunion, A$AP Rocky and Ty Dolla $ign was also present to say their goodbyes to the night.
Started in 2006, Low End Theory was a club night that took place at The Airliner in Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles. The weekly club night was founded by producer Daddy Kev and was frequented regularly by artists like Flying Lotus, Thundercat, Nosaj Thing, and others.
However, back in June of this year, the Instagram account for the club night announced that it was closing.
"The general consensus amongst the residents is that we have overstayed our welcome, and our greatest hope now is that the final ten weeks of Low End Theory can serve as a time for the beat community to set aside our differences, come together, and hopefully remember what made Low End Theory a special place to begin with: the music," the post read.
Check out footage from the last performance below.
\u201cTyler and Earl doing \u201cOrange Juice\u201d like a nihilistic spiritual\u201d— Otto Von Biz Markie (@Otto Von Biz Markie) 1533794357