Dream Theater released “Distance Over Time” back in March. The band just released a new animated video for the track, “Barstool Warrior.”
Vivian Severn shared this video with us, and as is the case with any video featuring bassist Gabriel Severn, our jaws hit the floor. Guitarist Joseph Yun brought in three teenage phenoms for a collaboration on Chick Corea’s “Got a Match?”
Cory Wong has just released another video featuring music from his new album, “Motivational Music for the Syncopated Soul.” “St. Paul” is the album’s second track and features some terrific bass playing by Louis Cato, and an all-star cast.
Sons of Apollo shared a new video and a preview for their next album. The clip was shot during a live performance at the Roman Amphitheatre in Plovdiv in 2018. “Labyrinth” starts out with a mellow vibe, but by the mid-point, the song kicks into high gear with some incredible unison lines.
We’re thrilled to announce we’ve partnered with the good folks at Lathon Bass Wear to launch our new online store. For the first time ever (and by popular demand) we have Flexfit Cap and a limited edition 10th anniversary No Treble t-shirt.
WATCH: Bassist Jeff Denson recently shared a video featuring a track from his upcoming album, “Between Two Worlds.” The tune starts with an impressive intro by drummer Brian Blade before the band kicks in. Later, Denson takes an equally impressive solo.
WATCH: We’ve always been fans of Olivier Babaz, who incorporates kalimba and double bass to make incredible music. Akoz Duo is a duo project of Olivier’s, along with his wife Julie, who plays viola. Here’s their 2011 performance of “Kalimbaz.”
Time to celebrate some great bass playing, thanks to our monthly roundup of the top 10 videos. Here are the 10 reader favorite videos we shared on No Treble in the month of July.
It has been years since we’ve seen a new video by Steve Metcalf, and we’re thrilled to share this new one from him. While short, it is definitely sweet. Steve takes on Arcade Fire’s “Wake Up.”
Jason Raso recently sent us this video, and it is a ton of fun. Thanks to a hilarious intro, we learned that Jason’s goal back in 1991 was to record with Stuart Hamm. 28 years later, it happened.