How many experimental beatmakers could enlist both Thom Yorke and Erykah Badu to sing on his/her album? Probably only Flying Lotus. The inventive producer’s new Until the Quiet Comes features those esteemed guests, but the real star is FlyLo’s production: glistening, expansive, embroidered with the most luxurious textures, and full of atypical funk and soul. This album is hiphop that caught religion at the church of astral jazz and whipped it into a mercurial sound that all denominations can worship. (Neptune Theater, 1303 NE 45th St,, 7 pm, $24, all ages)