Thundercat - S02E127
Stephen Bruner, Thundercat | Bahir Yeusuff, Skip Intro
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Your steady stream of groove-based Neo-soul, House, RnB & Hip-Hop jams for your listening pleasure – accompanied by chilled out beats that have been double-boiled in jazz chords, soulful vocals and rare grooves. 6 string-bass virtuoso Stephen Bruner aka Thundercat is no stranger to the scene – known for his lightning fast jazz shredding and being the go-to jazz cat in the music industry when it comes to holding down the bottom end. Stephen joins us on the show to talk about his bass guitar, Dragonball, working on Kendrick Lamar’s Grammy winning To Pimp A Butterfly and more.
1:00 - Bahir Yeusuff on Marvin Gaye’s “lost” album
10:15 - Marvin Gaye - Where Are We Going
13:58 - Thundercat (Ft. Kenny Loggins & Michael McDonald) - Show You The Way
17:40 - Stephen Bruner (Thundercat) interview
28:43 - Thundercat - Them Changes
31:00 - Mac Miller - What’s The Use
35:40 - Flying Lotus (Ft. Kendrick Lamar) - Never Catch Me
39:22 - Taylor McFerrin – Already There
43:08 - Natasha Agrama - Goodbye Porkpie Hat
Produced by: Othniel Ting
Presented by: Othniel Ting
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