Chance Wilder Onody shared this video on our Facebook Group, and I was knocked out by it. “The Music That Was Us” showcases Chance playing nearly 100 instrumental parts. Doane Perry, (Jethro Tull, Laughing Gull Studio) handles drums.
No Treble reader Antonis Mikelis sent us this video of his bass/vocals duet with Sofia Douklia. In this clip, they perform Cecilia Krull’s “My Life Is Going On”, from “Money Heist”.
Whenever a new video by Fernando Lamadrid hits my radar, I watch it right away. Here’s a brand-new clip from him of the tune, “Equinoccio,” from his latest album, “De Paso”. The instrumentation and musicianship with this one are incredible.
We have some serious funk for y’all today!! In this clip we have Chris Grey & The Bluespand with bassist Kasper Lauersen. Man, that is some serious thumping on that P Bass.
In addition to being a bass player, I’m also an engineer. I love old microphones and such. I thought this was a cool video detailing how Paul McCartney got his bass sound in his days at Abbey Road. Love that Hofner tone!
Our friend Art Araya sent us this excellent clip of the Adrian Belew Power Trio and their performance of “E”. Julie Slick brings it on this track, and Jordan Perlson is on drums. (And there’s a bonus video, too!)
Zander Zon is back with another stunning solo bass performance. This time, he takes on James Horner’s “The Princess Pleads For Wallace’s Life” from “Braveheart”.
Aaron Gibson’s “Horror Films and Sunday School” was my first introduction to Nahuel Bronzini, and the combination of the two musicians collaborating was exciting. In this clip, the duo found time to record a new tune, together.
In episode two of his new YouTube show, Bass Nation, bass legend Stanley Clarke talks about a question he gets from students of all levels: How do I find my sound? Verdine White and Thundercat joins him in the discussion.
Today, we’re super excited to help premiere a new playthrough video by Ryan Martinie for Soften The Glare’s “Turn Around”. The track, which opens their 2017 debut “Making Faces”, features the bassist’s signature style.
Here is a great Q&A Clip featuring everyone’s favorite young groover, Áron Hodek. This 10-year-old prodigy is already on the road to becoming one of the next generation’s great bassists. Bass face included.
LA Philharmonic Bassist Peter Rofé is making the most of his downtime. In this new video he shared yesterday, Rofé performs a solo bass/vocal arrangement of Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze”.