Evangelion - Thundercat - Apocalypse (CD, Album)
Label: Beat Records - BRC-383,Brainfeeder - BRC-383 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Soul-Jazz
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9 thoughts on “ Evangelion - Thundercat - Apocalypse (CD, Album) ”
Thundercat is a bass virtuoso and a frequent Flying Lotus collaborator who made a beautifully spacey soul album called Apocalypselast year.
Apocalypse is the second studio album by American musician Thundercat. It was released in July under the label Brainfeeder.
Jun 04, · Listen to your favorite songs from Apocalypse by Thundercat Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
Aug 11, · referencing Apocalypse, 2x12", Album, Red, BF I have to say, this album as well as a couple other MPO/Ninjatune pressings are absolutely phenomenal- the sound is deep, clear, needs no bass boost whatsoever/5().
Mar 17, · Apocalypse is the second studio album by American musician Thundercat. It was released in July under the label Brainfeeder. In February , Thundercat released a double video on the MySpace website for the 10th and 11th tracks from the album, respectively titled "Evangelion" and "We'll Die", which were both directed by the photographer B+, who also shot the album 4/5(1).
Feb 26, · The Los Angeles bassmaster takes us through two cuts off his Flying Lotus-produced sophomore album, ‘Apocalypse.’ Drenched in psychedelia, Thundercat strolls through a Southern California wasteland.
Via Flying Lotus’s Twitter commentary. though this is thundercat’s album I feel like I’m just as connected having gone through this journey with him staring at the screen. ill always.
However, this is an album where you need to hear all of the details, so I opted to buy the cd too. Along with "Choose Your Weapon," this has to be one of the best albums I heard last year. I also think this is Thundercat's best album to date/5().