From his time in the Bill Evans Trio, to his Bass Desires quartet, to his work with his partner Eliane Elias, Marc Johnson’s career has been full of amazing music. Now, he’s released his first solo bass album. We caught up with him to get the scoop.
Welcome to No Treble’s new monthly feature, “Wonder Women: Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”. We’re kicking off Brittany Frompovich’s new series featuring the inspiring and fiery young powerhouse bassist, Mohini Dey.
Umphrey’s McGee are masters of creating atmosphere with their intro music, and now they’ve expanded on the ideas from those tracks to create a new album. We caught up with Ryan Stasik to get the scoop on that and more.
No matter what he’s doing, it’s clear that Mike Leon shreds. The most recent evidence is with The Absence in the form of their fifth studio album, “Coffinized”. We caught up with the bassist to get the scoop.
Dywane “MonoNeon” Thomas has been pumping out new music for years. Although he has quite a catalog to dig through, his latest full-length album, “Supermane”, is undoubtedly one of his best. We caught up with him to get the scoop.
We got to catch up with Bryan Beller to get the scoop on The Aristocrats’ new live album, a decade of playing with the group, his basses, and recording for Joe Satriani's upcoming album.
The Limit is a new band with decades of experience. The super-group centers around the trio of Bobby Liebling, Sonny Vincent, and Jimmy Recca, with Hugo Conim and Joao Pedro of Dawnrider bringing it all together. We caught up with Recca and Vincent in this new interview.
The idea of a metal all-star group can be hard to pull off. However, Killer Be Killed has once again proven just how perfect it can be with their second album, “Reluctant Hero”. We caught up with Troy Sanders to get the scoop on that and more.
So far we’ve talked with a label owner, an engineer/producer, and the main bassist. In part four of our examination of Pacific Range’s “High Upon the Mountain” on Curation Records focuses on the man guiding the session: Dave Schools.
So far we’ve talked with a label owner and an engineer/producer. But in part three of our examination of Pacific Range’s “High Upon the Mountain” on Curation Records comes to the central bassist in the whole story: Cameron Wehrle.
We’re continuing our exploration of music industry roles through the lens of bass players and Pacific Range’s latest album, “High Upon The Mountain”. A big part of the album’s sonic palette is thanks to the engineering and producing skills of Dan Horne.
Today we’re kicking off a four-part interview series on the bassist’s role in a band. Through this, we’ll get a feel for how each of the four bassists views their role, their advice for other players, and more. Here’s Part 1, with Brent Rademaker.