Thundercat, 'Them Changes' (Live) Watch the jazz-fusion bass guitarist give a stirring performance of "Them Changes."

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KCRW Presents: ThundercatKCRW

Master bass player Thundercat is a core part of the LA music scene — from his collaborations with Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington and Kendrick Lamar to his own solo work. His new EP features his best track yet, "Them Changes," performed here with keyboardist Dennis Hamm and drummer Justin Brown.

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  • "Them Changes"

Watch Thundercat's full Morning Becomes Eclectic performance at KCRW.com.

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