Thundercat – The Golden Age Of Apocalypse


If indeed “you blows who you is,” as Louis Armstrong once famously said, then Stephen Bruner’s bass is a mainline to the soul of a man whose DNA was transcribed from the stars onto staff paper. His Flying Lotus-produced debut, The Golden Age of Apocalypse, offers both stone-cold skill and uncanny astrality, picking up where the pair left off on 2010′s Cosmogramma and further distilling the jazz current running through that landmark Lotus release. A longtime contributor to others’ albums, Bruner, aka Thundercat, is accompanied by an impressive cast ranging from Erykah Badu to members of Sa-Ra and J*DaVeY, to pianist Austin Peralta and his own Grammy-winning brother, drummer Ronald Bruner, Jr. Still, the end result is unmistakably a Thundercat record — a lush and magical document combining classic jazz fusion, futurist electronic strains and timeless musical seeking.

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01. Hoooooooo
02. Daylight
03. Fleer Ultra
04. Is It Love?
05. For Love I Come
06. It Really Doesn’t Matter To You
07. Jamboree
08. Boat Cruise
09. Seasons
10. Goldenboy
11. Walkin’
12. Mystery Machine (The Golden Age Of Apocalypse)
13. Return To The Journey

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6 Responses to “Thundercat – The Golden Age Of Apocalypse”

  1. flyinglotus says:

    yo man. come on. WTF.

  2. lj says:

    i think flying lotus is pissed

  3. oeh-aaaahhh says:

    i dont mind, and want to thank you for this download !! I ALREADY ORDERED THE CD AT MY LOCAL RECORD SHOP !!! so im glad i can listen to this gem already.. This makes me so excited that i decided to also order it on vinyl.. so RAPPAMELO, GOOD JOB !! now lets all support these great artists!!

    p.s. where the f*** is Erykah Badu i thought they said she would be on the record when they announced it??

  4. Sam says:

    Electro trash, spend ya gwap on Daily Bread and Greneberg

  5. lj says:

    get the fuck outta here sam with those clogged ears of yours

  6. jah says:

    just bought it

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