This week, Brittany Frompovich checks in with Nalani for the latest episode of Wonder Women, we shared a very unique bass for Bass of the Week and shared the news on some new gear, albums, and more.
Modern Vintage Guitars has expanded its lineup with the MVJ5-75, which is the company’s first five-string offering. Based on a ‘70s style, the bass comes in several configurations of colors and fingerboard choices.
Buckle up, because this one is a roller coaster. Tumult is a post-rock/jazz hybrid featuring bassist Matteo Mazzù. He shared the video for “Tumult,” which he says was inspired by artists like Tortoise and Mr. Bungle, Chris Morrissey, and ADHD.
Few groups have been pushing musical limits like the duo of DOMi and JD Beck, whose trailblazing drum and keyboard works have been catching the attention of musical icons. They’ve just released a new album with the help of Thundercat on bass.
Mojo Hand FX has announced the Octaverse, a dedicated reverse octave delay. The “cinematic and expressive effect” offers creative textures to create ambience in a standalone unit.
When Snarky Puppy released the first video from their upcoming album, “Empire Central,” a couple of weeks ago, I was pumped. Now they’ve given us another taste of what’s to come with another amazing performance from the record.
The trio of Barry Coates, Jimmy Haslip, and Jerry Kalaf have teamed up to release an album called “New Dreams.” The instrumental band creates rich atmospheres and ambience across its eight tracks.
Sandberg Guitars and BassTheWorld.com’s Gregor Fris have teamed up to release a special series based on his original Sandberg TT4 Passive Masterpiece Aged bass.
There’s a story behind Theo Katzman’s new album, “Songs in the Age of Live.” He just dropped another video from the recording at Brooklyn Steel, which features an incredible band, including his longtime Vulfpeck bandmate Joe Dart on bass.
Hot off the final date of Dead & Company’s latest tour, Bob Weir has announced a 21-night run with his project Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros. The band is anchored by bassist, producer, and Blue Note Records President Don Was.
In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women”, we catch up with Nalani, a bassist, vocalist, and entertainer known for her versatility and showmanship. She has performed with and is mentored by some of the most legendary names in the bass world.
Lake Street Dive dropped a special video yesterday. 10 years after they recorded a cover of “I Want You Back” on a Boston sidewalk, they returned to the scene to record a cover of “Nick of Time.”