Hold on to your hats, because this is one killer tune and lineup. Fernando Molinari released Reaching Inside recently, with the help of Marco Minnemann, Davi Filho, and Brunno Henrique. Here’s the group performing the tune, “Control”.
One of my favorite new albums has been Fernando Molinari’s “Reaching Inside”. He’s just released a few more videos from the making of the album including this one for “Mercurio”, featuring Marco Minnemann and Davi Filho.
Fernando Molinari has a new album out that may be one of the year’s best prog and fusion records. “Reaching Inside” is packed with tantalizing riffs and grooves that the bassist has been honing over the past few years.
Fernando Molinari has just released a new single with his trio featuring guitarist Davi Filho and Bruno Valverde. “Hidden” showcases the musicians locking in as the song melds between fusion and prog-rock. Molinari gets a killer tone to match his rock solid playing and tasty fills.
Fernando Molinari has released another video for a track from his album, , and it’s heavy. “Tropical Rain” blends jazz and metal elements for a song that teeters between introspective and in-your-face.
Bass the World has shared another video featuring several bassists. Dubbed Project B, the lineup includes Naoki Kobayashi, SHU, Kensuke Harada, Fernando Molinari, Mana Iwanaga, Federico Malaman, Naoki Tozawa, Tomoya Iwaki, Yusuke Morita, Keitaro Sasaki, Kiyomi Kunihisa, and TMMK. The bassists cover rock, hip hop, fusion, and funk. That’s a lot of bass.
Brazilian bassist Fernando Molinari has released the album, Built By Elements. The instrumental album combines fusion, prog rock, and Brazilian music. We’ve been aware of Molinari’s talents for quite a while here at No Treble. Take a look at how we’ve featured his work in our archive. Just check out the track “Tropical Rain” in the video below. Built By...
Fernando Molinari sent us this smoking playalong clip of the song “Destrambelhado” from his first CD. The bassist mixes fingerstyle, slap, and strumming to drive the fusion track.
Brazilian fusion trio No-Metric is back at it with a new video for their song “Risk Factor.” Anchored by bassist Fernando Molinari, the song keeps you on edge with a mix of heavy riffs and ear bending harmonies. Molinari takes a ridiculous solo starting at the 2:04 mark with some insane tapping and lightning fast licks.
Yes, you read that right: Country/Fusion slap bass. Brazilian bassist Fernando Molinari posted this play-along of the song “Taffontry 20mg” from his album Identidade, which is kind of like a honky tonk song on speed. More of the fusion part of the equation comes out at 1:55 when Molinari plays some blazing tapping lines in unison with the guitar. I’m...
Bassist Fernando Molinari shared this video of his band with us, and once again, it knocked us out. This is the Brazilian fusion group No-Metric, playing “Cosmo Funk”. The group also includes guitarists Dallton Santos and Davi Filho and drummer Rodolfo Ferreira.
Bassist Fernando Molinari sent in this great video of his band No-Metric playing their tune “SOS.” Molinari kicks things off with a blistering slap riff to get the band in the groove. He also takes a beautiful solo after things cool off around the 3:30 mark.