We’ve featured music by guitarist Martin Miller and bassist Benni Jud before. This clip just hit our radar, and it knocked us out. The band recorded a medley of four Pink Floyd tunes - and even more impressive, they recorded the session in one take.
Weekends are great for sitting back and enjoying music. So we’re sharing a nearly two-hour video today from Marcus Miller’s performance at Jazz à la Villette this year. Enjoy!
Vice shared this video and story of one of 23 outtakes and demos from an upcoming reissue of The Beatles’ “Abbey Road,” which is set to release on September 27. Check out this early, intimate take of “Come Together.”
Playing For Change brings together musicians from around the globe to “inspire and connect the world through music.” They’ve just released their latest video tribute to The Band with a performance of “The Weight,” with James “Hutch” Hutchinson on bass.
The new Sons Of Apollo album, “Live With the Plovdiv Psychotic Symphony” includes various covers by the band and a symphony. Here’s an unreleased outtake from the performance, with Billy Sheehan and the band taking on Aerosmith’s “Dream On.”
Jorge Roeder is an amazing jazz bassist in New York City, but he still has a love for the music from his native Peru. Here’s an incredible clip of him performing “Callejon de un Solo Caño” with vocalist Sofia Rei.
Scary Pockets shared this incredible cover of the great Sam Cooke tune, “Bring It on Home to Me,” with guest vocalists Joshua Radin and Hunter. Bassist Joe Ayoub lays down a soulful groove behind the group on this one.
YYNOT is set to release their sophomore album, “Resonance” on September 19th. Luckily for us, Tim Starace and the band have released another single. “Open Book” once again shows the great writing and performance chops from the group.
Mabuta is a group that mixes jazz with elements of electronica and afro-pop for a fresh sound. Led by bassist Shane Cooper, the band recently hit the studio to make a video for a track from their debut album. Cooper’s tone is on point!
No Treble reader Teodoras Balciauskis sent us this video, and we were super impressed with the composition and performance skills of this 18-year-old bassist. Check out his tune, “Sorry Not Sorry”