SXSW Live Pics: Tyler The Creator's Ripped Abs & Odd Future At The Fader Fort #SWAG

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Rocks Off has these exclusive pics from Odd Future's set at the Fader Fort, just hours ago. It was an insane hour of hysterics from Tyler The Creator and his group of full-contact loudmouthed young hip-hoppers. SWAG!

From what photographer Marco Torres says, there was a full-on mosh pit with the photogs getting doused with water by Tyler and the rest of the bunch. We aren't sure if this is the beginning of something big just yet, but these pictures sure do show that Odd Future will be around long after SXSW leaves Austin. SWAG!

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