Soundscape: Phil Lynott & early 1980s Bass Gear

Growing up in a country that heavily relies on other nations for its taste in music, it is incredibly rare to find any Irish rock n roll bass player with a high enough calibre and notoriety enough for a young musician to aspire to. From a mere handful, the most arguably important of them all… Continue reading Soundscape: Phil Lynott & early 1980s Bass Gear

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59 in music; The year of the P bass & Fender Bassman

A year can mean a lot of things for a lot of people. In 1959, the heart of the mid century, the world was beginning to go through a seismic shift; Castro and the 26th of July Movement won the Cuban Revolution and Castro took over as Prime Minister, Russia launched the first spacecraft to… Continue reading 59 in music; The year of the P bass & Fender Bassman

Music in context; Tuplet based rhythm & cracking Dor Levin’s WTF Grooves

Concept & Tuplet Rhythm If you’re on Instagram or Youtube and are prone to scourging the depths of their respective catalogues for the most experimental and forward thinking musicians and compositions, then there is a chance you might have discovered WTF Grooves already. I discovered WTF Grooves through Instagram originally about a month or so… Continue reading Music in context; Tuplet based rhythm & cracking Dor Levin’s WTF Grooves