Synonyms for thundercat or Related words with thundercat


Examples of "thundercat"
The Roots, Booker T. Jones, Gary Clark Jr., Thundercat, Selah Sue, Sonnymoon
Thundercat, DrewByrd, Rahki, THC, Big Jerm & 9th Wonder produced one song each on the mixtape.
Apocalypse is the second studio album by American musician Thundercat. It was released in July 2013 under the label Brainfeeder.
The Golden Age of Apocalypse is the debut studio album by Thundercat, released on Brainfeeder in 2011.
In July 2007, Arctic Cat revived the Thundercat name, affixing it to their new 950cc V-twin motivated ATV.
Guest live drummer in support of Stephen Bruner's project Thundercat. Toured all over Europe in spring 2012.
To this day, there are very few snowmobiles from any brand that can come close to the speed and performance of the Thundercat in stock form. The Thundercat set the NSSR 1000' stock class speed run record every year it was in production, a record that is still held to this day, 120.1mph.
The album features guest appearances by fellow Pro Era member Joey Bada$$, as well as The Mind, Mick Jenkins, Noname and Thundercat. The album is solely produced by Kirk Knight, alongside THEMpeople, with bass arrangement by Thundercat. The project debuts at number 33 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and number 10 at Billboard's Heatseekers Albums.
Stephen Bruner (born October 19, 1984), better known by his stage name Thundercat, is an American multi-genre bass guitarist, producer and singer from Los Angeles, California. He has released three solo albums, and is most noted for his work with producer Flying Lotus, and crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies. Thundercat appeared on Kendrick Lamar's critically acclaimed 2015 album "To Pimp a Butterfly". In 2016, Thundercat won a Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for his work on the track "These Walls" from "To Pimp a Butterfly".
Throughout his career, Peralta was a regular collaborator with Brainfeeder artists Flying Lotus and Thundercat and made recordings with artists such as Teebs, Strangeloop and Erykah Badu.
"Heineken House" Weekend 1: Last Call, The Gaslamp Killer vs. Thundercat, Nosaj Thing, Alvin Risk, Valentino Khan, Hundred Waters, Heartsrevolution, Anna Lunoe, Franki Chan
The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam is an EP by American musician Thundercat. It was released on June 22, 2015 via Brainfeeder.
"Heineken House" Weekend 2: GZA with Gaslamp Killer, Gaslamp Killer & Thundercat, UZ & Surprise Guest, Anabel Englund x Human Life, Escort with Guests, Chela, Anna Lunoe, Franki Chan
On October 13, Thundercat told The Fader that a WOKE album is coming and that the band has been a idea of Flying Lotus since 2010.
Sunday: Empress Of, FKA twigs, Holy Ghost!, The Hotelier, Jeremih, Kamasi Washington, LUH., Miguel, NAO, Neon Indian, Oneman, Oneohtrix Point Never, Porches, Sun Ra Arkestra, Thundercat
In 2016, Lamar released "Untitled Unmastered", a compilation album, which contains previously unreleased demos that originated during the recording of "To Pimp a Butterfly". According to producer Thundercat, it "completes the sentence" of Lamar's third studio album.
With minor trail oriented modifications, Thundercat snowmobiles can produce in excess of 200 horsepower and reach speeds of 130+ miles per hour, while maintaining ride ability and smooth low RPM performance.
Vinyl Williams released the mixtape, "SPACEBEAT" to promote the release via Dummy. The mixtape included songs by Nurse With Wound, Stereolab, Suicide, Steve Roach, Tim Hecker, The War On Drugs, Good Amount, Spacemen 3, Pure X, Thundercat, Gas, Jon Maus.
He appeared alongside Thundercat on Kendrick Lamar's album "To Pimp a Butterfly". In July 2015, Flying Lotus, made his national television debut on "Why? with Hannibal Buress", as the show's in-studio disc jockey.
Emerging emissions restrictions ended sale of the Thundercat in Europe in 2005, and the YZF600R was discontinued in the United States and Canada in 2008, replaced by the previous generation fuel-injected YZF-R6, rebadged YZF-R6S.