In this new interview with Scott Devine of Scott's Bass Lessons, we discuss why fusion gets a bad rap, “The Devine King Project,” why fusion artists don't get the recognition they deserve nowadays, and more.
In this month’s edition of “Wonder Women: Stories From The Women Who Play Bass,” we look at Jennifer Young, the bassist for the acclaimed California-based instrumental rock fusion trio, the Travis Larson Band.
Skjold Design Guitars is celebrating its 20th anniversary. We caught up with luthier Pete Skjold about his two decades in business, the realities of building for a living, his bass designs, and what’s coming next.
The use of the fretless bass in metal has been on the rise thanks to a few key players, and you can’t make a list of those players without Linus Klausenitzer. In this interview, we go deep on his new album, writing concept, new bass, and more.
Australian grindcore masters King Parrot returned to North America this summer for a tour. We caught up with Slatts Everyday before a performance to get the scoop on the tour, how King Parrot connected with Philip Anselmo, his bass gear, and touring advice.
Tim Fletcher has been trying to get the right sound on Rufus and Chaka Khan’s song “Ain’t Nobody” for years. He spotted Grace Aberhart’s cover of it, and that led to this interview with Grace and transcription of her work.
Suzi Quatro was a groundbreaking icon. In this edition of “Wonder Women: Stories From the Women Who Play Bass,” we delve into Quatro’s journey.
North Carolina’s Steep Canyon Rangers have returned with their 14th studio album, “Morning Shift.” Things got geeky as we got in-depth with bassist Barrett Smith in this interview.
Starlite & Campbell have just released their third studio album, “STARLITE.ONE.” We’re happy to present a bass playthrough for the new song “Blow Them All Away” and interview with bassist Suzy Starlite.
Whether he’s playing in House of Waters, making his own music, or just sharing practice pieces, Moto Fukushima never fails to blow me away. We caught up with him to discuss the new album, how to arrange for solo bass, and what’s coming up for House of Waters.
In this edition of No Treble’s Wonder Women series, we will examine the extraordinary musical path of bassist, vocalist, composer, and songwriter Esperanza Spalding.
When Gov’t Mule announced they had a new bass player, I don’t think there could have been a better fit than Kevin Scott. We caught up with Kevin to talk about Gov’t Mule, his new label, Colonel Bruce Hampton, and more.