Zack Fox Begrudgingly Explains the "Square Up Challenge"

We talk to the writer, comedian, and rapper(?) about his creative process and his radio show 'Bruh.'
Will Schube
Scene Reports

These LA Artists Are Keeping Jazz Raw as Hell

Kamasi Washington and Thundercat are making jazz cool again, but they're far from the only Angelenos helping LA reclaim its status as a boundary-pushing jazz city.
Ben Grenrock
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Mac Miller Brings Thundercat Along for His Tiny Desk Concert Set

Presenting: some funk, some feelings, and a whole lot of goodness.
Ryan Bassil
New music

Listen to the Chopped-Not-Slopped Version of Thundercat's 'Drunk'

Thundercat is selling this official OG Ron C edit on vinyl, too.
Phil Witmer
Noisey News

Flying Lotus' New Single Is a Surreal Trip

"Post Requisite" arrived with a collage-like and absurd video, in a busy year for the LA-based producer.
Colin Joyce
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Get Your Face Gently Melted By Thundercat's Tiny Desk Concert

Jazz keys! Violin! BASS!
Phil Witmer
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Thundercat Pivots to Yacht Rock in His "Show You the Way" Video

Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins both cameo in the 'Drunk' single's weird AF video.
Lauren O'Neill
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Thundercat Is the World's Most Joyous Weeb in "Tokyo" Video

"Gonna blow all my cash on anime (yes!)"
Phil Witmer
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Thundercat Brings Yacht Rock Icons Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins to 'Fallon'

The trio performed "Show You The Way" from Thundercat's latest LP, 'Drunk.'
Alex Robert Ross
we saw this

Solange, Skrillex and Utopia in a Futuristic Desert City

At Arizona's FORM: Arcosanti festival, there were hippies and hope and no bad trips.
Miles Raymer
New music

Shabazz Palaces Connect with Thundercat on New Track "Since C.A.Y.A."

"Since C.A.Y.A." is another cut from 'Quazars: Born on a Gangster Star,' due July 14.
Noisey Staff

How Funk Has Been Made to Feel Brand New Across the African Diaspora

From The Internet's solo albums to Nao and Togolese 'voudou funk', the sound is bumping its way across the globe like never before.
Jesse Bernard