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It Is What It Is

Label: Brainfeeder
Released: 2020
Track listing: Lost In Space / Great Scott / 22-26; Interstellar Love; I Love Louis Cole; Black Qualls; Miguel’s Happy Dance; How Sway; Funny Thing; Overseas; Dragonball Durag; How I Feel; King Of The Hill; Unrequited Love; Fair Chance; Existential Dread; It Is What It Is.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Thundercat: It Is What It Is

Read "It Is What It Is" reviewed by John Bricker

If you're looking for some dreamy neo-soul and jazz fusion with a charming sense of humor, no one can satisfy you like Thundercat. Released on April 3, his fourth studio album, It Is What It Is, demonstrates his seemingly limitless confidence and charm as a singer, songwriter and bassist, delivering a solid crop of gorgeous and ...

Drunk

Label: Brainfeeder
Released: 2017

The Epic

Label: Brainfeeder
Released: 2015
Track listing: Vol.1 The Plan: Change of the Guard; Askim; Isabelle; Final Thought; The Next Step; The Rhythm Changes. Vol.2 The Glorious Tale: Miss Understanding; Leroy and Lanisha; Re Run; Seven Prayers; Henrietta Our Hero; The Magnificent 7. Vol.3: The Historic Repetition: Re Run Home; Cherokee; Clair de Lune; Malcolm’s Theme; The Message.

Kneedelus

Label: Brainfeeder
Released: 2015

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kamasi Washington: The Epic

Read "The Epic" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Kamasi Washington's masterwork The Epic showcases an incisive saxophonist/composer who has performed with jazz luminaries Gerald Wilson and Herbie Hancock but is probably better known for his work with creatives outside of jazz--Grammy winning electronic musician/producer Steven Ellison aka Flying Lotus (grand-nephew of Alice Coltrane); rising Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar and Steven Bruner aka Thundercat who ...


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