The wonderful Tom Billington and Sinead Quinn popped round to my house to record a few songs. Performing as Billington & Quinn, we were joined by Sam Hartman Wilcock on Guitar and Stu Wilkinson on drums and we did it the old fashioned way – set up some mics, press record, fix nothing. Here’s a... View Article
I recently invested in a new GigRig G2 switching system which allows me to bring an outrageous number of pedals out on (some of my) gigs. It contains a host of incredible bass pedals, which when blended create some INCREDIBLE bass tones. EBS Multicomp EBS Octabass EBS Multidrive EBS Metaldrive... View Article
Here’s a quick clip of me putting in some practice time on my Marcus Fender Jazz 4 String. It’s Jaco style 16th note funk groove over a Am7 / Cm7 Dorian practice track. Click on the image below to have a watch on Facebook.
As a massive TED fan, this one grabbed my attention – one of the finest drummers in the world for sure :-))
The London Bass Guitar Show 2012 was an absolute blast! I’ve created a little video playlist featuring some of the hottest bassists at the show. Click, Watch, Enjoy…
I opened up an interesting can of worms on Facebook today: “I think I’ve decided that I’m too ‘close’ to music and have been for too long to offer any opinions on what is good and what is not. I need to shut up about the ‘quality’ of music and... View Article
More great thinking on the debate of ‘is modern music crap?’ and a dig in on the topic of reading music from the wonderful Jay Stapley. Jay’s latest blog post In response to this, I believe anyone that enforces the notion that you have to read music to be a good... View Article