Peat Rains returns with the fourth installment of his tour diary with You Bred Raptors? In this column, he covers their stops in Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
I was thrilled to find this 2010 video by the trio of Sebastiaan Cornelissen, Frans Vollink, and Rob van Bavel covering one of Jaco Pastorius’s early years tunes. “Amelia” was written by Jaco while touring with Wayne Cochran & The C.C. Riders.
It’s been eight years since Sonic Youth called it quits, but that hasn’t stopped Kim Gordon’s art. The bassist has just released a solo album, entitled “No Home Record,” which is the first in her nearly four-decade career.
Epifani Amplification is now shipping the DIST2 series of bass cabinets. The series is described as a “group-up redesign” of their DIST line with loads of new features.
Sons of Apollo’s latest album, “Live With the Plovdiv Psychotic Symphony,” features various covers with the group backed by a symphony. Here’s a new video, with Billy Sheehan and the band taking on Dream Theater’s “Lines In The Sand.”
We’re kicking the weekend off right with some new music from upright bass guru Miles Mosley. The bassist has revealed a new track called “Brother” from an upcoming album, set for an early 2020 release.
Source Audio has continued its rollout of new products with the Collider Delay and Reverb. The unit brings together the most popular delay and reverb engines from their Ventris and Nemesis pedals into one box.
As bassists, our role is to typically lift up those around us and support the music. More often than not the bass is a reflection of a person’s character. Matt Geraghty embodies that concept. We caught up with the bassist in this new interview.
YYNOT has been wowing fans with live concerts, including this stop in Salt Lake City at the Metro Music Hall. They just shared this clip of them performing Rush’s “YYZ” at the show, which once again shows off the amazing chops of Tim Starace and the band.
Oysterhead is back. The supergroup consisting of Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio, The Police drummer Stewart Copeland, and Primus bassist Les Claypool has confirmed a pair of performances for 2020.
The topic of this week’s “Ask Damian” column focuses on the topic of money. This is a frequent discussion on social media and elsewhere, and Damian dives in on the subject of “What I’m Worth vs. What I Can Get.”
Earlier this year, guitarists Martin Miller and Andy Timmons released this incredible cover of Mike Stern’s “Chromazone.” Once again, Benni Jud handles the low end with the band, who absolutely nails this tune.