Sons of Apollo shared a new video and a preview for their next album. The clip was shot during a live performance at the Roman Amphitheatre in Plovdiv in 2018. “Labyrinth” starts out with a mellow vibe, but by the mid-point, the song kicks into high gear with some incredible unison lines.
WATCH: Bassist Jeff Denson recently shared a video featuring a track from his upcoming album, “Between Two Worlds.” The tune starts with an impressive intro by drummer Brian Blade before the band kicks in. Later, Denson takes an equally impressive solo.
WATCH: We’ve always been fans of Olivier Babaz, who incorporates kalimba and double bass to make incredible music. Akoz Duo is a duo project of Olivier’s, along with his wife Julie, who plays viola. Here’s their 2011 performance of “Kalimbaz.”
Bryan Beller is gearing up to release an incredible new solo album called “Scenes from the Flood,” which drops on August 23rd. To prep listeners, he’s launched his second single from the record, “Volunteer State.”
It has been years since we’ve seen a new video by Steve Metcalf, and we’re thrilled to share this new one from him. While short, it is definitely sweet. Steve takes on Arcade Fire’s “Wake Up.”
Jason Raso recently sent us this video, and it is a ton of fun. Thanks to a hilarious intro, we learned that Jason’s goal back in 1991 was to record with Stuart Hamm. 28 years later, it happened.
We’re big fans of the Paste Studios sessions, and we’re also big fans of The Marcus King Band. Here’s a great combo of the two, with the band’s full session in February 2017. As always, Stephen Campbell lays down the tasty grooves.
Steve Lawson is releasing his latest album, “The Arctic Is Burning,” on September 2nd, and he’s just shared the closing track. The chill tune offers up a lot of interesting sounds along the way.
On August 21st, Rush is hitting the big screen with “Cinema Strangiato 2019,” featuring live performances and behind-the-scenes footage from their “R40” tour. In celebration, Rush just shared this clip from “R40,” with Geddy Lee handling the heavy load of bass, vocals, and keys.
It is always great to see a new video from our friend, Federico Malaman. And this one is a special treat, with Federico taking on a tune by the great Andrew Gouche. “I love to play this great song!” Federico shares.