The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam
by Thundercat

— Released 22nd June 2015 on Brainfeeder

Virtuoso bassist and singer-songwriter Stephen Bruner aka Thundercat returns to the Brainfeeder fold with his first solo material in two years, having already made outstanding contributions to not one, but two, of the greatest albums of 2015 - To Pimp a Butterfly and The Epic - by fellow Los Angelians Kendrick Lamar and Kamasi Washington.

Mini-album The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam picks up where 2013's Apocalypse left off, with Thundercat joined on production duties by...

Virtuoso bassist and singer-songwriter Stephen Bruner aka Thundercat returns to the Brainfeeder fold with his first solo material in two years, having already made outstanding contributions to not one, but two, of the greatest albums of 2015 - To Pimp a Butterfly and The Epic - by fellow Los Angelians Kendrick Lamar and Kamasi Washington.

Mini-album The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam picks up where 2013's Apocalypse left off, with Thundercat joined on production duties by longtime sparring partner Flying Lotus for six spiralling excursions to the outer limits of jazz-funk. The legendary Herbie Hancock pops up on keyboards on "Lone Wolf & Cub" and there are contributions from fellow Brainfeeder family members Kamasi Washington, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and Mono/Poly on sax, strings and production respectively.

The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam
by Thundercat

— Released 22nd June 2015 on Brainfeeder

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CD (BRC-491AMZ)

Japanese Edition

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12" (BF055)

Red vinyl 12" in a monogrammed inner sleeve housed in a 3mm spined outer sleeve. Photography by B+ (Mochilla). Includes MP3 download code.

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16-bit WAV (BFDNL055W)
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Buy physical

Buy digital

CD (BRC-491AMZ)

Japanese Edition

£8.00
MP3 (BFDNL055)
£5.00
12" (BF055)

Red vinyl 12" in a monogrammed inner sleeve housed in a 3mm spined outer sleeve. Photography by B+ (Mochilla). Includes MP3 download code.

STRICTLY LIMITED EARLYBIRD COPIES EXCLUSIVELY AVAILABLE VIA BRAINFEEDER SHIPPING FROM 20TH NOVEMBER 2015

£11.00
16-bit WAV (BFDNL055W)
£7.00

Tracklist

  • CD
  • 12"
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Hard Times
  2. 2
    Song for the Dead
  3. 3
    Them Changes
  4. 4
    Lone Wolf and Cub
  5. 5
    That Moment
  6. 6
    Where The Giants Roam / Field of the Nephilim
  7.  
    Play All (6)
  1. 1
    Hard Times
  2. 2
    Song for the Dead
  3. 3
    Them Changes
  4. 4
    Lone Wolf and Cub
  5. 5
    That Moment
  6. 6
    Where The Giants Roam / Field of the Nephilim
  7.  
    Play All (6)
  1. 1
    Hard Times
  2. 2
    Song for the Dead
  3. 3
    Them Changes
  4. 4
    Lone Wolf and Cub
  5. 5
    That Moment
  6. 6
    Where The Giants Roam / Field of the Nephilim
  7.  
    Play All (6)
  1. 1
    Hard Times
  2. 2
    Song for the Dead
  3. 3
    Them Changes
  4. 4
    Lone Wolf and Cub
  5. 5
    That Moment
  6. 6
    Where The Giants Roam / Field of the Nephilim
  7.  
    Play All (6)

Virtuoso bassist and singer-songwriter Stephen Bruner aka Thundercat returns to the Brainfeeder fold with his first solo material in two years, having already made outstanding contributions to not one, but two, of t...

Virtuoso bassist and singer-songwriter Stephen Bruner aka Thundercat returns to the Brainfeeder fold with his first solo material in two years, having already made outstanding contributions to not one, but two, of the greatest albums of 2015 - To Pimp a Butterfly and The Epic - by fellow Los Angelians Kendrick Lamar and Kamasi Washington.

Mini-album The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam picks up where 2013's Apocalypse left off, with Thundercat joined on production duties by longtime sparring partner Flying Lotus for six spiralling excursions to the outer limits of jazz-funk. The legendary Herbie Hancock pops up on keyboards on "Lone Wolf & Cub" and there are contributions from fellow Brainfeeder family members Kamasi Washington, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and Mono/Poly on sax, strings and production respectively.