Since Rock N’ Roll Fantasy Camp announced a week’s worth of online seminars, many of them already sold out – including Rudy Sarzo’s. However, they’ve added a new round of masterclasses that will include a session with Eva Gardner.
No Treble reader Giacomo Gastaldi (AKA JKONaudio) sent us this video, and it is quite the ride! He did a remix of Vulfpeck’s hit tune, “Dean Town” - and kicked it up a few notches.
David Gross has expanded his list of instructional books by revisiting his earliest book with “Very Bassic Bass” and publishing the new method book Learning the “Fingerboard of the Six-String Bass”.
While I’ve been lately focused on his work with Ghost-Note, any time MonoNeon drops a new video, I’m watching. In this clip, he takes Madlib’s “Fallin” track and adds some seriously funky bass to it.
Although they formed in only 2008, the avant-garde extreme metal band Triptykon has released a new live album that’s been over 30 years in the making. Check out “Requiem (Live At Roadburn 2019)”
Sad news to report: former 7Seconds bassist Josef Bansuelo has passed away from cancer. He was 63 years old. The news was confirmed by his former bandmate, Kevin Seconds, on Facebook.
At the edge of heavy music lies Trivium. Paolo Gregoletto joined the band in 2004, when the band was in the studio working on what would become “Ascendary” (their debut album in 2005). He’s our guest for this month’s episode of Groove.
Steve Uccello sent us his latest video, which is a bass ensemble version of Benny Golson’s “Thursday’s Theme”. Along with drummer Billy Jones, the bassist covers all parts of the song with two double basses and a resophonic contrabass guitar.
Steve Bailey and Victor Wooten are continuing their weekly free webinar series this Friday, June 5th at 4pm Eastern. The meeting topic is “Gender Justice…Empowerment, Enlightenment, and Education,” and as such it will include some of the best female musicians around.
Source Audio is now shipping the EQ2, a programmable equalizer pedal that was first debuted at the Winter NAMM Show. The unit builds on its first EQ pedal and combines a graphic and parametric equalizer with 10 adjustable frequency bands.
When Kevin shared the clip of The PRVLG back in January, I was hooked. Here’s another video from the band, which is anchored by the bass and drums duo of brothers Christopher and Christian Underwood. Dig their performance of “What You’re Missing.”
Almost two decades since their last album, the Long Beach Dub Allstars have returned to release a new self-titled album. The band is now anchored by drummer Marshall Goodman “Ras MG” and bassist Edwin Kampwirth.