Julia Przybysz (better known as Juliaplaysgroove) performed her Bachelor of Arts Recital at Academy of Music in June. She just shared a video of the performance, which includes a nice mix of tunes.
This new Juliaplaysgroove video showed up on the top of my feed, and as always, I immediately clicked. Here’s Julia playing along to Sabrina Claudio’s “Wait” from the “About Time” mixtape.
Juliaplaysgroove is changing things up by adding fretless bass to the mix. In this clip, she takes on Pino Palladino’s bass line on Paul Young’s “Come Back And Stay”.
Juliaplaysgroove is back with another cover video, with the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Black Summer”. Dig that tone!
Here is another funky video from Juliaplaysgroove. I’m getting serious Louis Johnson vibes on this one! Julia comes out firing on a cut from The Weeknd’s newest album, “Dawn FM”. That Musicman is surely snapping in the mix!
Juliaplaysgroove is starting the new year off with a fresh, new video! In this clip, she takes on my favorite Thundercat tune, “Them Changes.” That Musicman Sterling sounds great, and all the basses are covered.
Juliaplaysgroove is bringing the groove once again. In this one, she plays along with “Smokin’ Out The Window” by Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, from their album “An Evening with Silk Sonic”. She’s playing a Music Man Joe Dart Signature Bass.
Juliaplaysgroove’s cover videos are always so fun to watch. She always adds something to each one, and in this clip, she shows her versatility once again.
For her latest video, Juliaplaysgroove asked her friend, guitarist Michal Rajca, to join her to create the “ultimate funk experience”. The duo does indeed get super funky playing along to Cory Wong’s “Design”.
No Treble reader favorite Juliaplaysgroove took the Teddy Swims tune “My Bad” and made it her own. Julia throws down the tastiest lines on this one, and as always, she’s having fun doing it.
We made it to #1. This one may surprise you, but there’s a very cool story here. The 2020 Reader Favorite Bassist is Juliaplaysgroove, thanks in large part to our interview with her in 2020.
Juliaplaysgroove is back again with another video. This time, she is joined by Polish session drummer Daniel Kapusta and the duo takes on the Kirk Franklin track, “Love Theory”. As expected, nothing but fire from Julia.