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.
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.
Scary Goldings is one of my favorite bands right now. Here’s the band, with Tim Lefebvre on bass, performing “Bondgirl”. Tim is laying it down on his De Armond Star Fire bass. (And I just want to say how much I dig the B3.)
I’ve been digging the Scary Goldings’ 2019 record “The Ego Trap” lately. Now they’ve announced their third record is available for pre-order. Here’s their video for “Clem Fandango”, which features Tim Lefebvre, who plays his De Armond Starfire.
I am really digging on Scary Goldings lately, and I’m anxiously awaiting the arrival of their album, “The Ego Trap.” In this clip, the band is joined by Robben Ford and once again backed by the groovy bass lines of Joe Ayoub.
Scary Pockets just shared a new video for their Scary Goldings project with organist Larry Goldings, in support of their new record, “The Ego Trap.” In this clip, Sam Wilkes handles the bass part. This one grooves!