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  • Goodfoot: The One

    Goodfoot: The One

    Bassist Huw Foster shared this video on our Facebook Group, saying “My band did a live video. There’s even – don’t say it too loud – a bass solo.” “The One” was recorded live at Cluedup Coffee in London and features plenty of funky goodness. »

  • The Main Squeeze: Only Time

    The Main Squeeze: Only Time

    The Main Squeeze is one of my favorite musical discoveries of the year. Anchored by bassist Rob Walker (AKA Rob Skywalker), here’s their soulful performance of “Only Time.” »

  • Vulfpeck: Darwin Derby

    Vulfpeck: Darwin Derby

    Vulfpeck keeps bringing the funk from their upcoming album, Hill Climber. Here’s the latest, featuring Joe Dart laying it down behind the band, which also includes Antwaun Stanley on vocals. »

  • Snarky Puppy: Grown Folks (Live)

    Snarky Puppy: Grown Folks (Live)

    Here’s a great clip of Snarky Puppy performing “Grown Folks” live at Festival Django Reinhardt this year. Michael League lays down a funky line to kick off the song, and throughout. »

  • Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (October 2018)

    Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (October 2018)

    Time to celebrate some true bass goodness – aka the top 10 reader favorite videos for the month. Here are your favorites for the month of October. Thanks for watching, commenting, and sharing! 1. King Crimson: 21st Century Schizoid Man (Live) WATCH: When I was a kid, I wore out my copy of King Crimson’s... »

  • Yellowjackets: Why Is It

    Yellowjackets: Why Is It

    Recorded at the Blue Note in Milan, Italy in October 2010, here’s the Yellowjackets performing “Why Is It.” Jimmy Haslip is the man! »

  • Deep Energy Orchestra: Playing With Fire

    Deep Energy Orchestra: Playing With Fire

    Jason Everett sent me this video the other day, and I am really digging the sound. “‘Playing With Fire’ is the first live recording by Deep Energy Orchestra. This super-group showcases prog-phenom Trey Gunn (King Crimson) and Indian percussion master Selvaganesh (John McLaughlin, Masters of Percussion),” he shared. The tune was written by Jason, who... »

  • Scary Pockets: Wild Horses

    Scary Pockets: Wild Horses

    Scary Pockets is back with a new, funky (and chill) cover, taking on The Rolling Stones’ “Wild Horses.” Joined by guest vocalist Suzy Jones, the band is once again backed by bassist Sam Wilkes. »

  • Cody Fry and Dynamo: Better (Live)

    Cody Fry and Dynamo: Better (Live)

    Cody Fry and Dynamo recently released this live video performance of “Better,” and it has some people talking about how the band’s sound reminds them of a pop-oriented Snarky Puppy. Zachariah Witcher is the bassist on the track, and it seems guitarist and musical guest Cory Wong must basically live in the studio. »

  • Vulfpeck: Lonely Town

    Vulfpeck: Lonely Town

    Vulfpeck shared another song from their upcoming album, Hill Climber. Part of the announcement stated “Joe Dart on upright bass.” So of course, I clicked immediately and had a good laugh. »