Chris Agar sent us the new Made On Tape video, and it is excellent. Tim Lefebvre plays both the main and lead basses on “Brain Surgery.”
Jojo Mayer’s Nerve recorded at The Bunker Studio in December 2019. The videos for that session were originally released for Patreon supporters, but they’ve been sharing them publicly this year. Dig the sounds on “Mindwash.”
Each month, we tally up the most popular bass videos on No Treble to form an excellent playlist. Here are the top 10 reader favorites for the month of October 2023.
During one of the NAMM shows, I was chatting with Evan Marien about his work with drummer Dana Hawkins. Evan told me that Dana was not only a great drummer, he was also a phenomenal bassist. Here’s proof.
I love all the videos Cory Wong puts out. This Tour Vlog is enjoyable from start to finish. The band runs through Earth, Wind & Fire’s “In The Stone” followed by Antwaun Stanley’s “Where Are We Now” during the soundcheck.
Here’s your weekly roundup of the top news and more from the bass world. This week’s reader favorites list includes a bonus top 10 list inside.
KEXP is a regular source of new music for me, and I’m really digging this performance by High Pulp. The band, with Kaeli Earle on bass, performed at THING Festival. Here’s “Solanin.”
In this video posted to The Beatles’ YouTube channel yesterday, the story behind “the last Beatles song” (out today) is shared. All told, this story spans over four decades, and it is pretty amazing.
Filmed on October 13, 2023 at the River of Time Boutique & Gallery in Athens, OH, here’s Hot Tuna (Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady) performing “Death Don’t Have No Mercy.”
Another month ends, so it’s time for your monthly roundup of the top bass gear stories from the previous one. Here is your top 10 list of reader-favorite gear stories for the month of October 2023.
Hadrien Feraud got to experience something amazing over the summer. Thanks to Robert Trujillo, Feraud got to play Jaco Pastorius’s legendary Bass of Doom during a session.
The Rolling Stones performed at Racket NYC, on October 19th, and this clip from the show features a tune from their new album, “Hackney Diamonds.” Lady Gaga (who performs on the track) joined the band for this performance of “Sweet Sounds Of Heaven.”