This track Loud(y) from the freshly formed New York Duo Lewis Del Mar is guaranteed to be one of the best things that you have heard in awhile.

Loud(y) is supremely in balance with just the right proportions of brash synth, distorted drum loops, and a lovely acoustic guitar riff. Their lyrics and sometimes almost unintelligible spoken word weaves in out concealing, and camouflaging as they masterfully insert their poetic agenda into your conscious stream of thought.

Can you please sit the fuck down, Protesting in your paper crown, You love to feel offended fighting from your computer trenches.

With a strange a twisted wit, Lewis Del Mar conquers your eardrums and leaves you with something to contemplate long after the song has finished. With only one track to their name andbuzz gathering serious momentum, these are ones to watch very closely.

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New Surprise Mini-LP “The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam” from Thundercat. This hybrid form of Future Soul & Funk is a head nodding escape that will undoubtedly require numerous listening sessions to appreciate fully.

This LP represents Thundercats second solo release since his LP “Apocalypse” dropped a few years back, and as far as I’m concerned this is some of his best work.

It’s a super fine quality composition through and through, but if I had to choose one standout track that was a must listen, “Them Changes” would be it.

This track features two of his favorite contributors Flying Lotus (producing), and Kamasi Washington on Sax. Right from the opening bass line he hooks you in and doesn’t let go until 3:07 later. “Them Changes” has earned a permanent rotation on my summer playlist.

After you listen below if still need more Thundercat in your life. I would suggest checking out Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp A Butterfly”, and Kamasi Washington 172-minute spectacular “Jazz Odyssey”.

And if this is your first Thundercat experience take a look at an older post of ours HEARTBREAKS +SETBACKS.  It will give you some insight into this Bass playing virtuoso.

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Pick up “The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam” From Amazon here

Pick up “Apocalypse” From Amazon here

Tour dates:
08/01-02 Happy Valley, OR @ Pickathon Festival, Pendarvis Farm
08/08 Los Angeles, CA @ Low End Theory Festival, Shrine Expo Hall
08/23 Brooklyn, NY @ Afropunk Festival, Commodore Barry Park