Home / News (page 3)

News

Bass Frontiers Magazine News

Nathan East debuts at #1, sits-in with The Roots 2/9

Bassist Nathan East’s album ‘Reverence,’ released via Yamaha Entertainment Group, debuts at No. 1 on both the Jazz Albums and Contemporary Jazz Albums Billboard charts. It follows the “genre-crossing footsteps” of Nathan’s eponymous Grammy-nominated debut album, which also debuted at No. 1. “Lifecycle,” the jazz single off the album featuring …

Read More »

Nathan East’s cinematic cover of “Serpentine Fire”

(New York, NY): Bass legend Nathan East has released a cinematic cover of “Serpentine Fire” via Stereogum. The track was originally recorded with Nathan’s brother Marcel in 1991 with Eric Clapton on guitar and Phil Collins on drums. Moogie, Nathan’s longtime engineer, who mixed the original version of the Earth, Wind & Fire cover, discovered …

Read More »

AGUILAR AMPLIFICATION CLINIC – ALISSIA BENVENISTE

aguilar-clinic

NEW YORK, NY — Aguilar Amplification, maker of high-quality amplification, pickups, preamps and effects pedals for bassists is pleased to announce a clinic with Alissia Benveniste. Dubbed the “future face of funk music” by Huffington Post, Alissia Benveniste was making waves in the bass community while still enrolled at the prestigious Berklee …

Read More »

David Enos – Standard Deviation

  David Enos, veteran bassist, composer, arranger, engineer, producer, sound designer, and sound editor presents his exceptional debut album, Standard Deviation, a collection of jazz standards masterfully re-imagined! The album was born of David’s fascination with harmony.  While sitting in a coffee shop, he pondered the harmonic possibilities of “You …

Read More »

G&L LAUNCHES KILOTON™ BASS

G&L LAUNCHES KILOTON™ BASS Featuring Magnetic Field Design humbucker by Leo Fender Fullerton, California – October 3, 2016 – What happens when you pack Leo Fender’s potent Magnetic Field Design bass humbucker into the sleek shape of his SB-2? The new G&L Kiloton: explosive power that’s easy to handle. Kiloton’s …

Read More »