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  • Screaming Headless Torsos featuring Hiromi: Running Black Water

    Screaming Headless Torsos featuring Hiromi: Running Black Water

    This performance is more than a song; it’s a journey. The Screaming Headless Torsos teamed up with Hiromi Uehara to perform their piece “Running Black Water” at ShapeShifter Lab in Brooklyn and the result is magical. Each player brings fire to the song, which starts out with a flowing groove. Bassist David Ginyard sets the... »

  • Pablo Elorza Orchestra: Unsung Heroes

    Pablo Elorza Orchestra: Unsung Heroes

    Pablo Elorza has always floored us with his playing. Here’s a great clip of his jazz orchestra performing “Unsung Heroes” from his solo album Jardín Japones. Elorza impresses on his six-string bass with a big tone while his band equally brings the fire on his composition. »

  • Kung Fu: Sfvendago

    Kung Fu: Sfvendago

    Kung Fu are rounding out 2017 with Ninja Cuts, a collection of singles that will be released through the end of the year. “Sfvendgao” is the first single in the series and a song that they say “captures the essence of Kung Fu; live & up close.” That essence of course includes the fresh bass... »

  • Dave Weckl (Featuring Mohini Dey): Saraswati

    Dave Weckl (Featuring Mohini Dey): Saraswati

    Dave Weckl shared this video on Facebook and it knocked us out. “Here’s an amazing tune that [I] collaborated on with Abhijith P S Nair (violin, electric violin), Sandeep Mohan (electric guitar), and Mohini Dey (bass guitar),” he shared. “Great musicians/songwriters!” Mohini is tearing it up! The tune is available on . »

  • Black Sabbath: Sweet Leaf (Geezer Butler’s Isolated Bass)

    Black Sabbath: Sweet Leaf (Geezer Butler’s Isolated Bass)

    Bass legend Geezer Butler turns 68 years old today, and we’re celebrating with a killer isolated bass track from one of my favorite Black Sabbath songs: “Sweet Leaf.” It’s the opening track from 1971 album, Master of Reality, and besides being a heavy song, it’s a great example of Butler’s style. He lays down the... »