Karl Clews is back with another fantastic video, and on this one, he doubles up. Here’s his two-bass arrangement of Marcus Miller’s “Detroit”, from Miller’s 2012 album, “Renaissance”.
Scary Pockets got together with Cory Henry for this funky cover of Tears for Fears’ “Everybody Wants to Rule the World”. Solomon Dorsey is on bass, Louis Cato is on drums, Jack Conte is on keys, and Ryan Lerman is on guitar. Great collab!
Julia Hofer has shared some excellent videos on her top bass five lines by Carol Kaye and Leland Sklar. Now she’s focusing on the work of Geddy Lee.
On April 13th, 1964, Charles Mingus took the stage in Stockholm, Sweden with his Sextet. This incredible footage (which has been colorized) is from the rehearsal before the concert.
A while back, Vuyani Wakaba shared this video on Facebook, saying, “Check this great performance of a great composition by a great South African bassist/artist, my friend Concord Nkabinde.”
GroundUP Music shared this incredible new video by Monsieur MÂLÂ the other day, and I'm hooked. Anchored by bassist Swaeli Mbappé, the instrumentation and sound of this band are so unique.
I was thrilled to discover that Pino Palladino and Blake Mills (along with Abe Rounds and Sam Gendel) recorded a Tiny Desk (Home) Concert. Check out the group performing three tunes from “Notes With Attachments”.
Episode #15 of Sheila E. TV’s series features a legendary guest. Check out her chat with Bootsy Collins.
No Treble reader Daniel Smith sent this video to us of a tune he wrote for bass and voice. “Whisper” is the first track from his upcoming EP.
Our friend Huw Foster sent us his latest video, and in this one, he breaks down five bass lines from Prince’s catalog.
I’ve really been enjoying the videos Julia Hofer has been creating with Thomann’s Guitars & Basses. In this one, she takes on Joe Dart’s funky bass line on the Vulfpeck tune, “Back Pocket”.
Here’s a great new video featuring Cory Wong’s new collaboration with Dave Koz, from the upcoming album, “The Golden Hour”. Yohannes Tona lays down the low end on the title track. I love how this really gets grooving around the 2:10 mark!