Consider The Source has announced their first leg of 2019 tour dates. The champions of sci-fi Middle Eastern fusion music will begin with an appearance at the Winter Werk Out Festival in Columbus, Ohio to kick things off. As always, bassist John Ferrara will be melting faces along the way.
King King bassist Lindsay Coulson has announced his departure from the band. Coulson, who helped found the group in 2008 with Alan Nimmo, released a statement.
The original lineup of The Meat Puppets has announced a new album, “Dusty Notes,” that will be released March 8th with a string of accompanying tour dates. The album will mark the first time this lineup has recorded together since 1995’s “No Joke!”
Jam fans get ready: Phish has announced a 26-date tour for this summer. The band, anchored as always by bass great Mike Gordon, will kick the trek off June 11th.
Umphrey’s McGee bass player Ryan Stasik has a new band called Doom Flamingo, which debuted in 2018. Band member Ross Bogan sums up the Synthwave band by saying, “We just want to make people dance. It’s a ritual.” The band has announce tour dates and a new single.
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Bass Battle, aka Bogdan Diaconeasa, has released a new EP called “2018.” The deeply intimate release features melodies on the bass to capture his year. Take a listen.
British soul and funk quartet The New Mastersounds have followed up their 2016 release “The Nashville Session” with its sequel, “The Nashville Session 2.” Similar to the first album, the latest effort has them performing in the same analog studio along with a live audience.
Bass powerhouses Frank Bello and David Ellefson have a new album with their project, Altitudes & Attitude, called “Get It Out” coming this month. Now they’ve announced a string of concerts to coincide with its release.
The Nett Duo has released their debut recording, called “Overtones.” The duo, which consists of guitarist Jana Herzen and virtuoso bassist Charnett Moffett, put together a free-form program that blends jazz, rock, folk, and classical music.