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Dmitry Lisenko: Flat Earth

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  • Montreal Symphony Orchestra & the Octobass: Ave Verum

    Montreal Symphony Orchestra & the Octobass: Ave Verum

    Yvon Gravel shared this video with us, featuring the mighty Octobass. CBC shared a story on the bass, which stands 12 feet 8 inches tall and is comprised hundreds of parts and a system of levers that make it possible for an experienced musician to play with a bow. This particular instrument is a reproduction... »

  • The Brilliant Corners: Klingon

    The Brilliant Corners: Klingon

    Andrea De Donato shared this video with us of his new band, The Brilliant Corners. The tune “Klingon” showcases Andrea’s work on both bass and bass synth. What a fun tune! »

  • Lewis.Brown: Forward Motion (redux)

    Lewis.Brown: Forward Motion (redux)

    Here’s a dynamic duo if I ever saw one. Bassist Rich Brown and drummer Larnell Lewis have teamed up to form Lewis.Brown. This clip of “Forward Motion (redux)” recorded at the Placebo Space in Toronto last month is leaving us wanting more. Brown sets up a heavily syncopated groove with loop pedal before Lewis jumps... »

  • Diego Tarantino: Sir Duke

    Diego Tarantino: Sir Duke

    The last time we saw Diego Tarantino, he took the Pat Metheny tune “Better Days Ahead” and turned it into a lead bass arrangement. Diego just sent us his latest, where he applied his skills to the Stevie Wonder tune, “Sir Duke”. Diego nails the lead line and throws in a terrific solo on his... »

  • YYNOT: Losing It

    YYNOT: Losing It

    Since it’s debut on the 1982 album, Signals, Rush hadn’t performed “Losing It” live. That all changed on Rush’s R40 tour, where they performed the tune during their stop in Toronto on June 19, 2015. Joining them on stage was violinist Ben Mink, who performed on the original track. YYNOT decided to take the R40... »