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  • Gizmodrome: Man In The Mountain

    Gizmodrome: Man In The Mountain

    Gizmodrome – the new project from Stewart Copeland, Mark King, Adrian Belew and Vittorio Cosma – is getting ready to release their new album. We’ve just gotten a better idea of the group’s sound with this new performance video for the song “Man in the Mountain”. King doesn’t shred his distinct slapping lines for the... »

  • Vulfpeck with Bernard Purdie: Kid Charlemagne

    Vulfpeck with Bernard Purdie: Kid Charlemagne

    This must be what living the dream looks like. Vulfpeck performed with drum legend Bernard Purdie at the Brooklyn Bowl in New York last year, which included this cover of Steely Dan’s “Kid Charlemagne,” a tune that originally featured Purdie. And it is obvious bassist Joe Dart was loving life. »

  • John Ferrara: Song For Ramida

    John Ferrara: Song For Ramida

    John Ferrara has been wowing us with his killer bass playing in his trio Consider the Source, but now he’s stepping out with a new solo project. The first piece available is “Song for Ramida,” named for his god daughter. “It’s my first solo venture outside of Consider the Source,” he explains. “My main interest... »

  • Jason Everett: Awakening

    Jason Everett: Awakening

    Jason Everett plays through his epic solo bass composition “Awakening” in this new video. Utilizing a six-string acoustic bass and his seven-string fretless, the bassist creates a mood drawing from Eastern sounds. If you like what you hear, Everett is currently crowdfunding a new live recording featuring master musicians from India and the U.S. Check... »

  • Harbouring Oceans: Wonderwall

    Harbouring Oceans: Wonderwall

    We’re big fans of the band known as Harbouring Oceans. Bassist Ken Farrell sent us this video and note: “You featured a video of ours last year called ‘Enso.’ We’re back with a reharmonized 90 second cover of ‘Wonderwall’ and would love for you to feature it…” We dig it! How about you? »