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Vulfpeck: It Gets Funkier IV
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Vulfpeck: It Gets Funkier IV

Vulfpeck is back with a new video from their upcoming album, Hill Climber, and as with past albums, it revisits and old favorite. Enjoy the fourth installment of “It Gets Funkier,” with Joe Dart laying down that killer line and a wicked solo.

Vulfpeck: Soft Parade
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Vulfpeck: Soft Parade

To say we’re excited about Vulfpeck’s upcoming album, Hill Climber, would be an understatement. The excitement continues with another video showcasing the music we can expect. Here’s their latest, featuring a tune called “Soft Parade.” Joe Dart and the guys give a new definition for being a tight band in this one. The album is available for pre-order.

Vulfpeck: Lost My Treble Long Ago
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Vulfpeck: Lost My Treble Long Ago

Exciting news, Vulfpeck fans. The band has just announced their new album, Hill Climber. In celebration of the news, they’ve just released the video for the track “Lost My Treble Long Ago,” which showcases the always awesome bass playing by Joe Dart. The song even comes with an advisory warning: “The video contains explicit bass.” The album is available for...

Vulfpeck: Captain Hook
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Vulfpeck: Captain Hook

Vulfpeck has just released a video of a tune from their album, Mr Finish Line, and this one is special. In addition to the groovy bass by the one and only Joe Dart, the track also features Bootsy Collins, Baby Theo, and Mushy Kay on vocals. Dig it.

Vulfpeck: Vulf Pack
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Vulfpeck: Vulf Pack

It is always great to see a new video from Vulfpeck pop up. In this clip, Joe Dart and the band not only lay down a funky groove, they also have the dance moves!

Vulfpeck: Grandma
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Vulfpeck: Grandma

Vulfpeck has just released their video for the tune, “Grandma,” which appears on their album, . The song offers up some silky smooth old school goodness, thanks in part to Joe Dart.

Vulfpeck: Business Casual
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Vulfpeck: Business Casual

I received Vulfpeck’s Mr Finish Line on vinyl recently, and I’ve been spinning it ever since. Here’s the most recent video release for the track, “Business Casual.” I love the vocals on this one, and as always, the bass playing of Joe Dart.

Vulfpeck: Dean Town (Live)
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Vulfpeck: Dean Town (Live)

Vulfpeck’s “Dean Town” is one of the all-time favorites around here. So it was super cool to see the band share this live performance of the tune, which took place during the “Wisdom of Crowds Tour 2017” in Dublin, Ireland. I was also super impressed with the audience, who pretty much sang it note for note and kept up with...

2017 Reader Favorites – #1: Joe Dart
2017 Reader Favorites

2017 Reader Favorites – #1: Joe Dart

Outside of his incredible bass playing, no one knew much about Joe Dart. That changed in August when he sat down with Mitch to record episode #32 of Groove – the No Treble podcast. (That episode was the most popular of 2017 too.) And as always, Vulfpeck shared a healthy dose of videos over the year featuring Dart’s solid grooves....

Vulfpeck: Running Away
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Vulfpeck: Running Away

I’m anxiously awaiting the new Vulfpeck record, Mr. Finish Line, which goes into production tomorrow. Thankfully, the band has offered up some of the music from the upcoming release, including this old school cool track, “Running Away.” Dig the sweet lines by bassist Joe Dart and the incredible David T. Walker.

Vulfpeck: Hero Town
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Vulfpeck: Hero Town

To say I’m pumped about the upcoming Vulfpeck album would be an understatement. The band has released another video featuring a song from Mr. Finish Line, entitled “Hero Town.” Michael Bland guests (masterfully) on drums, with Joe Dart handling the bass, as always. The album is available for pre-order from Vulfpeck’s website.

Vulfpeck: Birds of a Feather, We Rock Together
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Vulfpeck: Birds of a Feather, We Rock Together

Vulfpeck has announced their 2017 album, Mr Finish Line and released the first track from the upcoming release. Joe Dart lays down a groovy line behind this mellow tune, which also appears to feature Jack Stratton on the pancakes. For more on the album (and how to get it), check out Vulfpeck’s website..