Philipp Rehm’s manager sent us several recent videos by Philipp Rehm, and this one really impressed us. Here’s the intro to Philipp’s aptly named tune, “Bass Bubblin,” performed live.
The Main Squeeze is back with another funky tune they recorded live at the SqueezeHouse. Once again, Rob Walker lays down the groovy bass behind the band.
Tal Wilkenfeld has released another video featuring music from her upcoming album, “Love Remains,” which is set to drop on March 15th. This live performance of “Killing Me” was filmed at The Who’s ‘The Who Hits 50!’ tour stop at TD Garden in Boston, MA in 2016.
Meet Richard Scott, a bassist with a longstanding history on the instrument in the L.A. area. Richard is this week’s No Treble reader in the spotlight. Here’s his story.
Our friend Bryan Ladd shared this epic video the other day, and it is quite the jam. The lineup includes Oz Noy, Roy Kariok, Ruslan Sirota, Asher Fedi, and Bryan.
In July 1990, Phil Collins recorded a live performance in Berlin during the “The Serious Hits… Live!” tour. Here’s a special camera angle from the show on the tune “Inside Out,” which focuses on drummer Chester Thompson and bassist Leland Sklar.
January is always a huge month for gear stories, thanks to the annual Winter NAMM Show. The No Treble crew attended the show to get all the latest scoop. We still have a ton to cover, but so far so good. Here are your top 10 favorite gear stories for the month of January.
We saw a lot of great performances at this year’s NAMM show. We missed this one, but thankfully there’s a video to share. In this clip, Mohini Dey wows the crowd with a live performance at the SIT Strings booth.
Here’s a great performance that took place in 2018 with Bill Cantos and other LA-based musicians performing “Drown in My Own Tears.” This one includes two bassists: Abraham Laboriel and Pee Wee Hill.
Meet Peter O’Neill, a bassist who works as a session bassist and teacher in Queens, NY. (Be sure to check out his videos!) Here’s his story…