Thundercat and Hannibal Buress are known frequenters of Eric Andre’s absurdist cosmos, and their friendship has produced yet another oddity. In a new clip from The Eric Andre Show, the deranged host… More »


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Thundercat can potently express a wide range of emotions through his virtuoso musicianship and falsetto voice. His mournful hymns are profound, his contemplations carry weight, and his whimsical numbers are… More »

It’s been a year since Thundercat released the short but majestic The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam. The virtuoso bassist re-confirmed during his Governors Ball performance that he was working… More »

Day three of Governors Ball 2016 was canceled because of threatening weather, which sadly meant no Bat for Lashes, no Courtney Barnett, and no Kanye West. Nonetheless, SPIN was on Randall’s Island Friday… More »


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One of the strange developments of surprise albums is that, like most movies, the credits come at the end. So Kendrick Lamar’s delightfully out-of-nowhere new miniature untitled unmastered. has kept… More »

Cerebral producer Flying Lotus shared three new songs on SoundCloud yesterday afternoon. The You’re Dead! mastermind uploaded an alternate version of that album’s “Turkey Dog Coma,” along with tracks with… More »

Florida’s ethereal synthesizer experimentalists Hundred Waters have announced the lineup to their third annual FORM Arcosanti Festival, set to take place Mary 13-15 at its titular desert commune in Arizona. Free byMore »


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Bow down, for Erykah Badu, a.k.a. DJ Lo Down Loretta Brown, has shared a squealing, squalling, sprawling 30-minute mixtape. Originally premiered on Zane Lowe’s (or Zane Lo, as she lists… More »

As part of Adult Swim’s 2015 Singles series, occasional collaborators Flying Lotus, Thundercat, and Shabazz Palaces have teamed up for a new supergroup, WOKE. They’ve gone into the kitchen together… More »

Flying Lotus’ bass-slapping protege Thundercat released his mini-album The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam back in June and he’s still touring hard on the back of that release. Today,… More »


Kendrick Lamar was the last musical guest on Stephen Colbert’s last show, so it’s a nice bit of symmetry that he was slated to make an appearance during the comedian’s… More »

Thundercat made a live appearance on Hannibal Buress’ Comedy Central show Why? With Hannibal Buress last night, where he performed “Them Changes” with Flying Lotus keyboardist Dennis Hamm. Watch the… More »

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Flying Lotus announced yesterday that he had a recurring musical role on Hannibal Buress’ new Comedy Central show and Wednesday night he offered the first widely available taste. Fellow psychonaut… More »


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Word to the Weeknd, Brainfeeder’s resident bass-playing psychonaut Thundercat is back and he can’t feel his face either. He says as much from the very first moments of his new… More »

Electric bassist and singer-songwriter Thundercat revealed Thursday that he’s releasing a six-track mini-album next week. The Beyond / Where Giants Roam is the first new solo-music from Thundercat, whose real name is Stephen… More »