Listen to Thundercat’s new album Drunk featured by Kendrick Lamar, Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington, Pharrell, and Wiz Khalifa.
Drunk will be released on 24 February 2017 via . Stream it courtesy of Consequence Of Sound. Also check out the artist profile of Thundercat where you can find more photos, tour dates in your area, links to the official Facebook page and more. Last but not least make sure you scroll down and check out reviews for "Drunk".
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1. Rabbot Ho
2. Captain Stupido
3. Uh Uh
4. Bus In These Streets
5. A Fan’s Mail (Tron Song Suite II)
6. Lava Lamp
8. Day & Night
9. Show You the Way (feat. Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins)
10. Walk on By (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
13. Jameel’s Space Ride
14. Friend Zone
15. Them Changes
16. Where I’m Going
17. Drink Dat (feat. Wiz Khalifa)
19. I Am Crazy
22. The Turn Down (feat. Pharrell)
We currently know 21 reviews for "Drunk" by Thundercat. The album received pretty solid reviews among the critics and is one of the better ones this year.
"Thundercat has, by skirting around the edges of darkness, created a moody, magnificent, endlessly replayable record that also makes sense in late February."
"Bruner/Thundercat has tamed (to some extent at least) his scope and ambition through his various influences and thoughts to make his third full-length album a joyful, crazy, substance-fuelled epic in an area where most of his contemporaries would take themselves endlessly seriously. Here, Bruner has harnessed all that into maybe his best record yet."
Drowned In Sound
"No matter how many musicians he showcases, no matter how many sonic avenues he takes, no matter how many tracks he squeezes in, Thundercat sounds undeniably and defiantly like no other on Drunk"
"When Bruner's social conscience speaks up, the insights--spiced with slacker humour, free of sanctimony--are persuasive, even moreso when accompanied by an embrace of his flaws."
"He hasn't lost a step, returning with an album that reminds of Lotus in its sprawling, rapidly transitioning 23-song tracklist. There is little else to compare, here, Thundercat--already a musical wunderkind--truly grows into his own as a presence."
"He is whimsical and somber, funny and meaningful, sometimes all at once."
"It takes a special kind of artist to create a sound both familiar and groundbreaking. Thundercat continues his upward trajectory in that regard here."
"Ultimately Drunk is an impressive record which commands multiple listens as much by its quality as its complexity. It shows off Bruner at the height of his powers as an artist shapeshifting through genres but always leaving his scent in the air."
The Line of Best Fit
"[A] wild new album. ... Complicated time signatures abound, but rather than extended jams, Thundercat keeps his songs short."
Los Angeles Times
"The tracklist could stand a little pruning, but Thundercat’s virtuoso bass playing and impressive cast of collaborators make it an early standout of 2017."
The Observer (UK)
"This is its cinematic stoner soundtrack."
"Drunk, as out-there as it can be, is an album totally high on its own unique ideas."
New Musical Express (NME)
"Each of his solo albums reflects that musical range, and Drunk (Brainfeeder) crams 23 songs and snippets into 51 minutes that evoke the sumptuous jazz-infused R&B of the '70s, filtered through catchy melodies, undergirded by virtuoso musicianship and salted with conflicting emotions."
"Drunk is what we’ve come to expect from Thundercat, which is to say it’s a welcome release. On his third album, he embraces his sound, stereotypes and all, so that teenage humor lights up otherwise overly-heady bass."
Consequence of Sound
"Drunk continues Thundercat’s slow ascent; his most ambitious work yet, one that wants you take it as a whole so you can experience getting drunk alongside Thundercat and stumble through the streets at 3 AM."
Pretty Much Amazing
"As a whole, Drunk is alternately frustrating and fascinating--much like the titular state of being--in its willingness to follow its creative muse whenever and wherever it may lead."
"Additional guests Kendrick, Pharrell, and Wiz Khalifa add to the star power, but the main attraction is Bruner's singular combination of tremulous yet fluid bass and aching falsetto."
"Patchy and unfiltered, but charming as all hell, it’s a candid reflection of its creator."
"Drunk’s a chill listen, but it’s also a restless one."
Tiny Mix Tapes
"It’s an enjoyable, occasionally virtuosic romp, fronted by Thundercat’s smooth soul harmonies, which lend proceedings the lustrous sheen of Earth, Wind & Fire."
The Independent (UK)
"On Drunk, Thundercat aggressively grafts said humour onto his spacy throwback fusion r&b, and the results are mixed."
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