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  • Moe. Announces Fall, Winter Tour

    Moe. Announces Fall, Winter Tour

    Moe. is planning to warm you up this winter with some tasty jams. They’ve just announced a new string of tour dates for November and December. “Want to escape the cold this winter? Then join us for Winter Tour 2018 as we’re going to heat up the dirty south!” the band wrote on their website.... »

  • Tauk Announces New Album, Tour Dates

    Tauk Announces New Album, Tour Dates

    Tauk has announced a fall tour to coincide with their upcoming album, Shapeshifter II: Oubreak, which is due out September 28th. The trek will start with a string of festival dates through September before heading into the club circuit. The album’s concept looks at artificial intelligence and its effect on the world. Tauk calls it... »

  • Allman Brothers Band Releases “Fillmore East February, 1970”

    Allman Brothers Band Releases “Fillmore East February, 1970”

    A historic set of performances by The Allman Brothers is once again in circulation with the release of Bear’s Sonic Journals: Allman Brothers Band, Fillmore East February 1970. The live concerts, engineered by Owsley “Bear” Stanley, were first issued in 1996 but went out of print. His foundation teamed up with The Allman Brothers Band... »

  • Pancho Tomaselli Anchors New Supergroup, Ultraphonix, on Debut Album

    Pancho Tomaselli Anchors New Supergroup, Ultraphonix, on Debut Album

    Ultraphonix, the new rock and metal supergroup fronted by Living Colour’s Corey Glover and Dokken guitarist George Lynch, has released their debut album entitled Original Human Music. The band is rounded out by the rhythm section of drummer Chris Moore (Project NfidelikAh) and bassist Pancho Tomaselli (War, Philm). It’s an unlikely grouping that Glover summed... »

  • The Internet Announce Hive Mind Tour Dates

    The Internet Announce Hive Mind Tour Dates

    The Internet has announced a new tour in support of their latest release, Hive Mind, that will cover the U.S. and Canada spanning from October to December. Kicking off October 8th at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, the trek will take them back south to Georgia before bouncing across the States to cover the West... »

  • Scott Petito’s “Rainbow Gravity” Features All Star Jazz Musicians

    Scott Petito’s “Rainbow Gravity” Features All Star Jazz Musicians

    Composer, producer, engineer, and bassist Scott Petito has released Rainbow Gravity, a new album featuring an all-star cast of musicians. His music comes to life thanks to saxophonist Bob Mintzer trumpeter Chris Pasin, guitarist David Spinozza, keyboardists Rachel Z, David Sancious and Warren Bernhardt, vibraphonist Mike Mainieri, and percussionist Bashiri Johnson. Petito also got to... »

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  • Bobby Owsinski Publishes “The Music Business Advice Book”

    Bobby Owsinski Publishes “The Music Business Advice Book”

    Producer, audio engineer, and podcast host Bobby Owsinski has released a new book for musicians trying to get the most out of the industry. The Music Business Advice Book is a compilation of 150 quotes from 130 guests from his Inner Circle podcast over the past four years. While not bass-specific, the 189-page book covers... »

  • Consider The Source Announce Fall Tour Dates

    Consider The Source Announce Fall Tour Dates

    Consider the Source, anchored by bass monster John Ferrara, have announced a new set of tour dates for the fall. The Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Fusion band will all over the map with dates heading out as far as the California, Texas, Michigan, and Maine. If you haven’t experienced Consider the Source yet, check out this... »

  • Suicidal Tendencies Announce New Album, Tour Dates

    Suicidal Tendencies Announce New Album, Tour Dates

    Attention Suicidal Tendencies fans: the band has unveiled new tour dates for the fall plus a new album slated for September 7th. Still, Cyco Punk After All These Years will be the follow-up to 2016’s World Gone Mad and will be the second full-length to feature Ra Diaz on bass. “This will be a full-on... »

  • George Speed Releases “Vivaldi Sonatas”

    George Speed Releases “Vivaldi Sonatas”

    George Speed has been performing Vivaldi sonatas for several years, and now he’s released an album of them. The Oklahoma City Philharmonic principal bassist performs all six of the Italian baroque composer’s works for cello in arrangements for double bass and piano. Speed has a clear, beautiful tone on the recordings, which also feature lush... »