Ben Carr, aka Carrtoons, is a bassist and producer who channels old-school vibes into modern grooves. His wildly popular Instagram provides glimpses into his sound, and the bassist has now released a new solo album, “Homegrown”. We caught up with Ben to get the scoop.
After months of anticipation, Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson’s Envy of None’s self-titled debut is finally available. We caught up with Andy Curran to get the scoop on the new project, playing with Alex Lifeson post-Rush, and more.
Margaritas Podridas is a killer alternative rock band hailing from Hermosillo, Mexico that channels the ferocity of grunge and the melancholy of shoegaze. We caught up with bassist Carolina Enriquez to get the scoop.
In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, we’re checking in with Lynn Keller. Lynn has toured extensively, worked as a Musical Director/bassist, and much, much more.
The bass guitar’s growth as an individual instrument has skyrocketed in the last decade. John Ferrara has honed his two-handed tapping abilities to a profound level and – more importantly – used them to create spellbinding compositions. We caught up with him to get the scoop on his new album, his approach to composing, and more.
The past two years have been tough, but Freekbass has been determined to make the best of it. He’s kicked off 2022 with a new EP and booked an upcoming tour. We caught up with him to get the full scoop in this video interview.
For this month’s installment of Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass, Ariane Cap turns the tables on Brittany Frompovich, and interviews her for her own column.
Although they have traditional bluegrass instrumentation, Greensky Bluegrass is anything but traditional. Since 2004, the pulse of the band has been kept steady by bassist Mike Devol. We caught up with him to get the scoop.
In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, Brittany Frompovich checks in with Ariane Cap. Ari is no stranger to No Treble readers, but her story is an inspiring one.
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.