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Performer: Thundercat
Title: Apocalypse
Style: Alternative R&B
Duration: 39:59
Relesed: July 9, 2013
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 239
Other formats: AHX DXD MIDI AIFF APE AAC

Apocalypse (Thundercat album). Apocalypse is the second studio album by American musician Thundercat. It was released in July 2013 under the label Brainfeeder.

Apocalypse by Thundercat, released 03 June 2013 1. Tenfold 2. Heartbreaks + Setbacks 3. The Life Aquatic 4. Special Stage 5. Tron Song 6. Seven 7. Oh Sheit it's X 8. Without You 9. Lotus and the Jondy 10. Evangelion 11. We'll Die 12. A Message for Austin, Praise the Lord, Enter the Void. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Thundercat - 'Apocalypse' 2LP. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Heavyweight red vinyl.

The Golden Age of Apocalypse - Thundercat. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве. The Golden Age of Apocalypse. Исполнитель: Thundercat.

One of the many charms of Thundercat's first album, The Golden Age of Apocalypse, was the manner in which the supernaturally skilled bassist seemed to wing his way through songwriting - stumbling upon ideas, going with the flow, goofing off - and come up with brilliance. On his sharper, more focused second album, he works through anguish - the loss of close friend and musical partner Austin Peralta - with some staggeringly emotive and tightly composed content.

But what's really made Thundercat interesting over the last few years, and what gives his new Flying Lotus-co-produced album Apocalypse such a kick, is the sense that he's completely divorced his music from any sort of pretense. He doesn't put up some kind of esoteric barrier between the vision of a serious artiste and an unwitting audience that supposedly needs to be schooled on what true musicianship is. He's more dealing with a simple set of ideas, emotions, sentiments, and experiences, elaborated upon in a surprising way.

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 we had so many potential songs but i thought we should trim the fat,only the right songs! all the songs are about loss in some kind of wa. .i am gonna brush my teeth no.have a beautiful apocalypse and spread the word. Apocalypse Q&A. Producers Flying Lotus, Mono/Poly & Zack Sekoff. Writers Flying Lotus & Thundercat. More Thundercat albums. The Beyond, Where the Giants Roam.

A funky trip through electronic music and Lynchian psychedelia. By Jonny Ensall Posted: Wednesday July 3 2013. For the most part Thundercat is just poking about in the druggy depths of psychedelia, electronic music and dark Lynchian dreams, but he’s at least managed to bring back some meaningful souvenirs from his trips. Music, Folk, country and blues.

Saying Thundercat plays bass guitar is a little like saying Stanley Kubrick used a camera. The stunning thing about Thundercat’s solo material has been the vocals, and if anything, ‘Golden Age of the Apocalypse’ and its follow-up are vehicles for Brunner’s falsetto rather than his bass playing. Weirdly, Thundercat has become the Frank Ocean of the Brainfeeder stable. Brunner’s latest, ‘Apocalypse,’ picks up where its predecessor left off, treading the prog-y melodic realm that Thundercat has been patiently exploring since the ‘Cosmogramma’ cut ‘MmmHmm.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Tenfold Stephen Bruner / Steven Ellison Thundercat 3:04
2 Heartbreaks + Setbacks Stephen Bruner / Steven Ellison Thundercat 3:23
3 The Life Aquatic Stephen Bruner Thundercat 2:36
4 Special Stage Stephen Bruner / Steven Ellison Thundercat 2:56
5 Tron Song Stephen Bruner / Steven Ellison Thundercat 2:34
6 Seven Stephen Bruner / Steven Ellison Thundercat 2:16
7 Oh Sheit It's X Stephen Bruner / Steven Ellison Thundercat 3:47
8 Without You Stephen Bruner Thundercat 4:41
9 Lotus and the Jondy Stephen Bruner / Steven Ellison Thundercat 4:52
10 Evangelion Stephen Bruner / Steven Ellison Thundercat 2:20
11 We'll Die Stephen Bruner / Steven Ellison Thundercat 0:55
12 A Message for Austin/Praise the Lord/Enter the Void Stephen Bruner / Steven Ellison Thundercat 6:35

Credits

Stephen Bruner - Composer
Daddy Kev - Mastering
Steven Ellison - Composer
Flying Lotus - Executive Producer
Theo Jemison - Photography
Stephen Serrato - Art Direction, Design
Thundercat - Primary Artist
Reviews (1)
Goldcrusher
For me it seems that the album doesn't push for the same energy and free movements of its predecessor -- melodies and accompaniments seem static (with some exceptions), the production sounds muddled at times, and overall it seems a lot more timid compared to The Golden Age. There are beautiful moments here and there (especially in the end), but it all seems to fall short when taking into consideration what Thundercat has accomplished. I still wish you the best though, and I hope your friend is resting peacefully.

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