She’s a punk rock icon, a bass hero, an award-winning sound editor, and now a solo recording artist. But the biggest part of Kira Roessler’s identity comes back to being a bass player. We caught up with Roessler to get the scoop on all that and more, including how the bass is her lens to the world.
In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, we’re checking in with Holly Montgomery. She has been active in the DC Music Scene since 2011 after moving to the east coast from Los Angeles.
Eva Gardner has returned with her second solo EP, entitled “Darkmatter”. Although she’s known for her killer bass playing, the record showcases her songwriting and musical talents. We caught up with Gardner to get the scoop.
In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, we’re checking in with Joanna Smith. Joanna started her musical journey in the 2nd grade and has been at it ever since.
In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, we’re checking in with Kirby Barber. I first met Kirby at the Solo Bass Competition at NAMM, where she competed against an impressive lineup and came in second-place.
In this month’s episode of “Wonder Women - Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, Brittany Frompovich checks in with Liza Carbe. Liza is a multi-faceted musician whose career includes composing for TV and film and extensive work as a touring musician.
Multi-instrumentalist and music educator Anthony Muthurajah has released a truly impressive new album of original fusion compositions. Vuyani Wakaba caught up Anthony to get the scoop.
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.