Bass aficionado Thundercat performed at the Hecht Warehouse as a feature act for this year’s DC Jazz Festival. Opening up for the artist was the fantastic Sam Prather’s Groove Orchestra. Along with songs from his previous albums, Apocalypse and The Golden Age of Apocalypse, Thundercat also did a brief performance of Complexion (Zulu Love) by Kendrick Lamar. The evening was filled with non-stop riffs and solos that blew away the audience. If you’re a fan of bass solos, Flying Lotus, and Jazz, check him out!
An Evening With Thundercat and Sam Prather’s Groove Orchestra
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