Like all things Thundercat, we expect this to be sold out soon so we highly recommend ordering this item if you have any thoughts of owning it. For the vinyl version, the 4×10″ box set comprising four red vinyl 10″s housed in 3mm spined sleeves with artworked inners. Thundercat presents “Drunk”- a 23-track epic journey into the often hilarious, sometimes dark mind of the Grammy-Winning singer/bassist – featuring a few of his friends joining him along the way including: Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, Wiz Khalifa, Kamasi Washington and Brainfeeder mastermind Flying Lotus.

Like all things Thundercat, we expect this to be sold out before or around street date so we highly recommend pre-ordering this item. For the vinyl version, the 4×10″ box set comprising four red vinyl 10″s housed in 3mm spined sleeves with artworked inners. Thundercat presents “Drunk”- a 23-track epic journey into the often hilarious, sometimes dark mind of the Grammy-Winning singer/bassist – featuring a few of his friends joining him along the way including: Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, Wiz Khalifa, Kamasi Washington and Brainfeeder mastermind Flying Lotus.

Body Wash is his second album for Stones Throw Records, a full set of realized songs that were only hinted at on Yawn Zen. Influences here include the likes of early SOLAR records material, Leon Sylvers III, Kashif, and Dave Grusin. These artists, Mndsgn says, “embodied that potent feeling in the early 80s boogie/funk/soul/jazz/fusion wave.” He adds, “I was also digging back into some early 90s R&B sounds and started really imagining what it would be like if I had mashed the two eras together.” He explains Body Wash as “a soul record that plays with nostalgic elements in a very dynamic & positive way. Think about it as a box of crayons for you to draw emotions with.”

2″ double vinyl LP – includes high glossed full light spectrum colored gatefold with original artwork + lyrics, inner sleeves wit ancient prism script, milky clear colored vinyl, + 3 EXCLUSIVE BONUS TRACKS for VINYL ONLY (16 tracks total, eyy!). Pressed up by Low Leaf herself via *CreatorDIY*.

From the album: Body Wash (Stones Throw Records), available for pre-order on Vinyl LP.
Song produced by: Mndsgn

If you missed this release when it first came out, now is your time to get your copy of this box set! Repackaged to not be as clunky as the initial release (which was 13 jewel cases!), and priced much lower. This is enough Madlib to satisfy your for the rest of your life.

Body Wash is his second album for Stones Throw Records, a full set of realized songs that were only hinted at on Yawn Zen. Influences here include the likes of early SOLAR records material, Leon Sylvers III, Kashif, and Dave Grusin. These artists, Mndsgn says, “embodied that potent feeling in the early 80s boogie/funk/soul/jazz/fusion wave.” He adds, “I was also digging back into some early 90s R&B sounds and started really imagining what it would be like if I had mashed the two eras together.” He explains Body Wash as “a soul record that plays with nostalgic elements in a very dynamic & positive way. Think about it as a box of crayons for you to draw emotions with.”

Guru’s Jazzmatazz, Vol. 1 is a jazz rap album from Guru, one half of the duo, Gang Starr. This album is one of the first albums to combine a live jazz band with hip hop production and rapping. Jazzmatazz, Vol. 1 brought together a diverse group of jazz cats both old-school and new, including Roy Ayers, Donald Byrd, Lonnie Liston Smith, Ronny Jordan, and Courtney Pine. Features “Loungin”, “Trust Me”, “Sights In The City”, “Le Bien, Le Mal” and many more. RIP GURU!
CD also available.

From the album: The Beyond / Where The Giants Roam (Brainfeeder Records), shipping on Vinyl LP.
Song produced by: Thundercat & Mono/Poly

CD version already completely sold out! At a satisfying 19 songs, Dam lets grooves breathe; this is a mix to happily get lost within. It’s a document in vibe. Unexpected contemporary joints from low-key producers like Henning and L33 mingle with lost gems from unlikely places. 80’s Fusion-Jazz guitarist Tony Palkovic on “True To Yourself” follow the airy-burn of new-age ensemble Gaussian Curve’s “Broken Clouds” or the super rare bliss-Funk of “Theme From Beach Boy” from 1982. This is an extensive instrumental composition that on its own could only be classified as signature Modern-Funk. There may be a lot of folks dabbling but there really is only one Damon.
CD Import sold out!