13 years ago today, I pushed the button to make No Treble go live. 13 years is a long time to do something, but when you add it all up, it turned out pretty amazing. This article is the 16,595th one we’ve published.
Clive H Jones sent us his latest video, where he did his own thing with Daft Punk's "Da Funk" using a headless bass, novelty spectacles, and more.
April flew by, but that doesn't mean we didn't fit in all the new bass gear news. Of all the stories we shared over the month, here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorites.
We’ve featured several “Top 5 Bass Lines” videos by Julia Hofer, but in this clip, she focuses on a single, monster one: James Jamerson’s iconic line on “What’s Going On”.
YYNOT performed at The Sherman Theater in Pennslyvania back in February, and cameras were rolling. Here’s the band performing Rush’s “The Spirit of Radio” from that show.
It’s great to see the return of the Blues Beatles to the stage. Here’s a great clip of Bruno Falcão and the band getting down and doing their thing on “Yesterday”, live at Bourbon Street Brazil.
One of the highlights of the Bass Bash event during NAMM was seeing Oskar Cartaya perform. I watched a lot of Oskar’s videos lately, and this one reminded me of those shows. Here’s The Ricannection performing “Tum Tum”.
Juna Serita is back with a new video, and this time, it features one of her own tunes. Joined by keyboardist Matt Wong and drummer Dominic Palombi, here’s the trio performing the laid back song, “No One”.
Mohini Dey joined saxophonist Mark Hartsuch and drummer Gino Banks to record Hartsuch’s tune, “Crack Drill”, and it is amazing. The interplay of the trio and the odd-time nature of the song is so cool.
We were sad to report on the news of Rick Turner’s passing. Our friend Steve Lawson had a special relationship with Turner, including getting a bass made by the luthier. Steve recorded this tribute to Turner after learning the news.
Our friend Mike Matthews sent us this video by bassist Lusi il Lupo, who is joined by drummer Gregg Bissonette and guitarists Carl Verheyen and Valter Vincenti. The band grooves hard, and Lusi throws down an amazing solo on “Brain”.
Ellen Alaverdyan joined together with Yoyoka on drums, Mateo Mannasmith on guitar, and Eva on vocals for a cover of Led Zeppelin’s “The Ocean”. They definitely got the led out on this one!