I love it when Gilad Ephrat sends us a new video. This one is from his Bass & Voice project, with his wife, Enav. In this one, they perform “Morenica”, a song that is 500 years old.
Trombonist Niklas Joelsen shared this video by The Feelgood Orchestra. In this clip, the band takes on The Jacksons’ “Blame It On The Boogie”.
Toto premiered this video a few days ago from an appearance by Steve Lukather, Joseph Williams, and David Paich, with the band’s new line-up (including bassist John Pierce). In this clip, the group performs “A Little Help From My Friends”.
Joshua Sailor is back with another great and funky isolated synth bass (and Linn Drum) track, from Michael Jackson's classic track "Thriller".
MonoNeon has released a new “director’s cut” video of his song, “Invisible”, which is on his latest album, “Supermane”. Among the many things he does on the track, he lays down the groove on a 2-string bass!
Federico Malaman put together a fantastic lineup for this video for “Erratic”. This one grooves.
The Fearless Flyers released another video showcasing their live performance at Madison Square Garden, with this clip of Joe Dart and the band performing “Lost My Treble Long Ago”. (And we obviously dig the tune’s name.)
Tony Franklin shared this video of him jamming with Carmine Appice, and I’m digging it. Check out the duo on Blue Murder’s “Valley Of The Kings”.
No Treble reader Cyrille Marche sent us this video of his new project, Ougarit. The music is as incredible as the story behind it. “We play and improvise on musical material from Ancient Greece,” Cyrille shared. Here’s “Calliope”.
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.