Drunk Thundercat Brainfeeder Stephen Bruner, the Grammy Award-winning bassist and singer better known as Thundercat, has delivered an album that lives up to its name. Drunk is an intoxicatingly fresh and funk-fuelled journey into the 1970s. The 23-track album is jam-packed with noteworthy contributors, including Kenny Loggins, Michael McDonald, Flying Lotus, Kendrick Lamar and Pharrell Williams. Drunk, the third full-length album for the Los Angeles native, uses humour to offset heavy emotion in a suite of tracks that detail alcoholism, drug use, social media dependency, grief and heartbreak. The title track sits squarely in easy-listening territory, driven by a mellow tone. Show You the Way is a crisp groove punctuated with staccato rhythm, Bus in these Streets is a cute Motown jingle and Lava Lamp is a dulcet lament. Walk on By features Lamar rapping over an unconventional beat and Friend Zone is a standout with its piercing electronic ostinato. Thundercat also included his infectious 2015 hit Them Changes. Although he has made a name for himself through vigorous collaboration, this album solidifies Thundercat as a musician in his own right.