Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (December 2020)
2020 was a rough year. What helped us get through was the daily bass videos we share on No Treble.
Here are the top 10 reader favorite videos for the last month of the year.
And here’s to a much improved 2021!
Thundercat took part of the Adult Swim Festival last month. During his set, he was joined by Ariana Grande for a performance of the bassist’s tune, “Them Changes.”
Please help us welcome the latest addition to the No Treble family: Joshua Sailor! Joshua is kicking off a series of videos, starting with this one featuring Yuki "Lin" Hiyashi and his band, Loud As Funk. The band is TIGHT And Yuki is the anchor!
We featured a video of 10-year-old bassist Gev Delano last week, and we were all blown away. Turns out, we’re not the only ones. Federico Malaman wrote a tune that he wanted to record with the young bassist. Here’s the video for “Mala-Gev-Jam”.
When we shared the video of ZZ Top performing “La Grange” on the Howard Stern Show, our friend Greg Hickey replied with this video of Harry Styles performing Peter Gabriel’s “Sledgehammer” on the show. Harry and the band nailed it.
Lorna Thomas shared this video on our Facebook group, and we loved the creativity. In this one, Lorna teamed up with Rosan Asmussen for a cover of Vulfpeck’s “Dean Town.” They put together an incredibly entertaining video with it.
Juliaplaysgroove is back again with another video. This time, she is joined by Polish session drummer Daniel Kapusta and the duo takes on the Kirk Franklin track, “Love Theory”. As expected, nothing but fire from Julia.
Drummer Chris Georgenes sent us this video, and he got our attention before we even checked out the video. Check out his epic cover (with 13 bassists!) of Parliament’s “Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof off the Sucker)”.
While many of us would be gearing up for NAMM this time of year, things took a turn. Let’s revisit a clip from NAMM 2020, where we see Marcus Miller and Hadrien Feraud go off! This was definitely one of my favorite NAMM moments.
Dirty Loops continues to share videos in support of their new album, “Phoenix”. “Breakdown” is a super chill tune by the band, with some laid back bass work by Henrik Linder.
Any time I see a new video from Berklee Indian Ensemble hit, I stop what I’m doing to watch it. This clip once again features vocalist/bassist Sharon Renold with the Ensemble, performing her original composition, “Aakash”.