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  • Vulfpeck: Lost My Treble Long Ago

    Vulfpeck: Lost My Treble Long Ago

    Exciting news, Vulfpeck fans. The band has just announced their new album, Hill Climber. In celebration of the news, they’ve just released the video for the track “Lost My Treble Long Ago,” which showcases the always awesome bass playing by Joe Dart. The song even comes with an advisory warning: “The video contains explicit bass.”... »

  • YYNOT: Etheria

    YYNOT: Etheria

    YYNOT has another video out, and this time, it features one of their original tunes. “Etheria” was written by guitarist Billy Alexander, and as always, sports that growly bass by Tim Starace. The buzz around this band is growing, which comes as no surprise to us. The tune is available on their . »

  • Bokanté: Fanm

    Bokanté: Fanm

    Bokanté’s sophomore album What Heat is coming later this month, which features the band teaming up with the Metropole Orkest. They just shared the second single, entitled “Fanm.” On this track, Michael League stays busy with acoustic guitar, bass, daf, oud, and vocals – contributing to the song’s rich tapestry. looks to be another stellar... »

  • Cory Wong: ’91 Maxima

    Cory Wong: ’91 Maxima

    Cory Wong has just released a new video in support of his latest album, The Optimist. “’91 Maxima” is another funky tune, thanks in part to bassist Sonny T, who was a member of The New Power Generation, Prince’s recording and stage band, from 1991–1996. »

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  • The Oddysy: Alone

    The Oddysy: Alone

    The Oddysy shared their latest with us, which once again features the music of DJ Johnny Juice (Public Enemy) and bassist/singer Kevin “KJ” Jacoby. Here’s the official video for “Alone,” which was filmed on location at the Clinton-Washington stop on the G Train, Brooklyn, NY. »

  • Nate Wood’s fOUR: Mysterious One

    Nate Wood’s fOUR: Mysterious One

    The insanely talented Nate Wood has released a new video of his unbelievable one-man project, fOUR. “Mysterious One” is the final track from his new album, X.IT, and has Wood playing bass, drums, singing, and synthesizer. Talk about a multi-instrumentalist! »

  • Simply Oldschool: Blackest Eyes

    Simply Oldschool: Blackest Eyes

    It is so cool what the web has done for music collaboration. Simply Oldschool, with bassist Vijay Bhambhwani, is another great example. “Simply Oldschool is a newly created platform for musicians to collaborate across distances and come out with oldschool music content through this YouTube channel,” they shared. “This one has 5 musicians collaborating across... »

  • The Lao Tizer Band: Pride (In The Name of Love)

    The Lao Tizer Band: Pride (In The Name of Love)

    The last time we featured The Lao Tizer Band, it was for their take on Led Zeppelin’s “Ramble On” (with Ric Fierabracci on bass). It was a huge hit. Here’s another video they’ve shared from the band’s album, . This time around, they take U2’s “Pride (In The Name of Love),” and make it their... »

  • The Dirty Mac: Yer Blues

    The Dirty Mac: Yer Blues

    There’s no shortage of supergroups these days it seems, but nearly 50 years ago, a killer one got together for a one-time appearance on the Rolling Stones’ TV special, “The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus.” John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards (on bass), and Mitch Mitchell took the stage to perform Lennon’s “Yer Blues.”... »

  • Dave Matthews Band: Again and Again (Live)

    Dave Matthews Band: Again and Again (Live)

    The Dave Matthews Band made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live in support of their latest album, Come Tomorrow, performing “Again and Again.” Stefan Lessard backs the tune with a growly slap groove. »