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  • Linus Klausenitzer: Obscura’s “Ten Sepiroth” Bass Playthrough

    Linus Klausenitzer: Obscura’s “Ten Sepiroth” Bass Playthrough

    Monster bassist Linus Klausenitzer is back with another insane playthrough from Obscura’s recent album, . This time he tackles “Ten Sepiroth” which balances between finger-busting riffs and awesome fretless fills. Luckily, the video focuses on his hands a lot to show his impressive technique. Be sure to check out the 3:16 mark for Klausenitzer’s melodic... »

  • Harvey Mason’s Chameleon, with Fred Washington Jr.: Actual Proof (Live)

    Harvey Mason’s Chameleon, with Fred Washington Jr.: Actual Proof (Live)

    Drummer Harvey Mason took his band Chameleon to the 2015 Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival. Here’s a clip of them performing Herbie Hancock’s “Actual Proof” The band features Fred Washington Jr. on bass, Kamasi Washington on sax, John Beasley on keyboards, and of course, Mason on drums. »

  • Al Jarreau with Marcus Miller: Tenderness Studio Session

    Al Jarreau with Marcus Miller: Tenderness Studio Session

    The world lost another music icon this weekend with the passing of jazz vocalist Al Jarreau. His distinct voice and style were adored by many, and his dedication to his art inspired, even more, musicians. Bass legend Marcus Miller shared this video of Jarreau’s 1994 “Tenderness” live in the studio session on Facebook in memory... »

  • Atticus Lazenby Group: Orange

    Atticus Lazenby Group: Orange

    We love getting videos from our readers. Here’s one Atticus Lazenby just sent us, featuring his group performing live at Esquina Chicago. “This is a live recording of my band, the Atticus Lazenby Group, performing one of my compositions called ‘Orange’,” the bassist wrote. “It’s got a latin-funk feel and features a dueling-guitar solo. This... »

  • YYNOT: Kingdom Come (Official)

    YYNOT: Kingdom Come (Official)

    Last June, we featured the audio track for YYNOT’s original tune, “Kingdom Come.” Now the band has released their official video. The Rush-inspired virtual band did this video the way they’ve put together all their terrific covers: shot/recorded in multiple locations, including Southern California, Florida, and Nashville. As always, Tim Starace drives things with his... »