“Existential Paranoia” may be the debut LP from progressive guitarist Jan Rivera, but it’s far from a novice effort. In this clip, he’s joined by Jordan Rudess, Marco Minnemann, and Mohini Dey for “Can’t Fight Who You Are.”
Bassist Mohini Dey and drummer Marco Minnemann visited Sweetwater’s and put on a show. The duo plays a fun game involving konnakol.
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.
Welcome to No Treble’s new monthly feature, “Wonder Women: Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”. We’re kicking off Brittany Frompovich’s new series featuring the inspiring and fiery young powerhouse bassist, Mohini Dey.
Alberto Rigoni loves the bass, and he’s just released a new album to prove it. “For the Love of Bass” features a jaw-dropping cast of bassists of many styles.
It’s hard to not be mesmerized when you watch Mohini Dey play the bass. It’s a lot to take in. Mohini is our guest for this month’s Groove episode. Here is her story. Enjoy the conversation...
I’ve been going back through videos featuring Mohini Dey and found this incredible performance with Louiz Banks from 2015. This clip features Banks’ tune, “Timeless”, which he says “is inspired by the sun, the wind, and the flowing river.”
Whenever I spot a video with Mohini Dey, I stop what I’m doing, and I’m never disappointed. But this one might be my favorite so far. Dey grooves hard and takes a killer solo on “Nirvana,” with Siddharth Nagarajan and U.Rajesh.
I’ve shared music by Abhijith P S Nair and his band before, and every time I find another video by them, I’m completely blown away yet again. “Mahaganapathim” features stunning musicianship from the Indian Fusion group, which includes Mohini Dey on bass.
Guitarist Chandresh Kudwa’s “Free Spirit” is a pretty amazing instrumental rock record, which features bassist Mohini Dey and drummer Gino Banks. “Disco Chicken”, the album’s second track, is a fun ride.
Mohini Dey recently shared this exciting video of her performance with guitarist Evgeny Pobozhiy and his tune, “Road to the Himalayas.” I’m really digging this track, and I especially loved Mohini’s solo around the 3-minute mark.
During the 2019 NAMM show, there was an epic jam at the Baked Potato Jazz Club in Studio City, California. Guitarist Alex Skolnick, cellist Tina Guo, along with bassists Mohini Dey and Stuart Hamm, took the stage and lit it up.