We’ve been watching Áron Hodek for a few years, and it has been an exciting journey. The 11-year-old bassist just shared a video of him sitting in with Ghost-Note. It is a great clip to learn more about him and see him lay it down with the group.
No Treble reader Vladimir Samardžic sent us this stunningly beautiful video he recorded with vocalist Amira Medunjanin. Vladimir said this is an “old ballad tune ‘Svirajte mi tiho, tiše’,” which means “Play for me, quietly, more quietly.” Vladimir’s work to support the duo is quite impressive, as is his solo.
Today we’re concluding a three-part series of videos by Noah Fishman. Each clip is the premiere of a new composition for electric bass. Here’s the final entry, with Noah performing Andy Reiner’s “Fluffy Claws”.
Brady Watt is a monster bassist, but he’s also a master of collaboration. His Bass & Bars series sees him teaming up with legendary hip hop artists. Now he’s aligned the rhythm sections of Rage Against The Machine and Metallica.
Simon Fitzpatrick has returned with a new video, and this one finds the impressive bassist performing Francisco Tarrega’s “Maria” on an 8-string bass.
NPR Music is celebrating Black Music Month, and the videos so far have been amazing. Here’s another that stood out for me, with pianist James Francies and his band (including bassist Or Bareket) performing three songs.
I’ve always enjoyed the videos I’ve seen of Stanley Clarke’s 1977 Montreux Jazz Festival performance. SourceCodeX shared this newly remastered video of songs from the performance, and it has never been better. Enjoy the next 17+ minutes.
Every time I see a new video by the Berklee Indian Ensemble, I immediately watch it. In this clip, the ensemble is joined by Shreya Ghoshal to perform “Sundari Pennae”, with Guy Bernfeld on bass.
Today, we have a nice video featuring bass legend Nathan East and drummer Antonio Sanchez. They take on the classic tune, “The Chicken” (popularized for us by Jaco Pastorius). Nathan solos the back pickup and goes to WORK!
Today we're continuing a three-part series of videos by Noah Fishman. Each clip is the premiere of a new composition for electric bass. Here’s the second entry, with Noah performing Maya Keren’s “Mystic River Valley”.
I always love it when my good friend Aaron Gibson releases a new video. Even more exciting, Aaron has a new album in the works. From “Tenderfoot”, here’s “Let’s Fall in Love Again”.
Snarky Puppy has a new album coming in September, and they shared this video to help build the excitement. “Trinity” was written by Mark Lettieri, and it grooves.