Fender has teamed up with the ever-funky MonoNeon to introduce a signature five-string model for the bassist. The MonoNeon Jazz Bass V follows his aesthetic with a neon yellow and orange finish.
Scary Goldings just dropped a new live video, and it grooves. Here’s the band, with John Scofield, MonoNeon, Larry Goldings, Lemar Carter, Jack Conte, and Ryan Lerman performing “We Come in Peace.”
MonoNeon just dropped a new video for a song from his Dungeons & Dragons album. “Spacefighters” is a fun tune he co-wrote with Davy Nathan. Be sure to check out his mind-blowing solo!
My fellow leftist, MonoNeon, dropped a new vid today appropriately titled, “Stank In New York.” Joined by legends Victor Wooten, Marcus Miller, and Derrick Hodge, MonoNeon goes off, as expected.
We’ve been enjoying the studio videos from Scary Goldings featuring organist Larry Goldings for the past few months, and now the full album is available. “Scary Goldings IV” is a collection of ever-funky grooves with Goldings and an unreal band.
It seems rare to go to Youtube and not find a video with MonoNeon. From his solo efforts to his work with Scary Goldings, Scary Pockets, and Ghost-Note, the bassist is everywhere. MonoNeon makes this year’s Reader Favorite Bassists list at #10.
I cannot wait to spin the new Scary Goldings album. The band has dropped another video from “IV”, with John Scofield and MonoNeon and the band performing “Meter’s Running”.
To say I’m excited about the new Scary Goldings album would be a huge understatement. With each new video they drop, that excitement grows. Here’s the band - joined by John Scofield and MonoNeon - performing “Cornish Hen” from “IV”.
Scary Goldings are back with their killer lineup of John Scofield, MonoNeon, and Louis Cole joining Larry Goldings, Jack Conte, and Ryan Lerman. From their upcoming album, “IV”, here’s the band cooking on “Professor Vicarious”.
Scary Goldings sent us the first single from their upcoming album, and it’s a killer song by a killer lineup. That lineup includes MonoNeon, John Scofield, Louis Cole, Larry Goldings, Jack Conte, and Ryan Lerman.
We’ve been waiting all week for the premiere of this Ghost-Note video, from their Live Acoustic Sugarshack Session. In this one, they perform their original tune, “Weedie B. Good”, and as usual, MonoNeon lays down the groove. Funky, as always!
I’m always psyched when a new Ghost-Note video drops. This one premiered yesterday, with the band performing a live acoustic set for Sugarshack Sessions. Here’s the band, with MonoNeon on bass, performing “Swagism”.