Groove – The No Treble Podcast features interviews with bassists each month, discussing all things music, creativity and (of course) bass. Hosted by Mitch Joel.
Groove – Episode #74: David Ellefson
When you have a guitarist who can create riffs like Megadeth’s frontman, Dave Mustaine, you just know that the bottom end is going to be driving too. And, in this case – and for many decades – David Ellefson has delivered the goods. We chat with him in this episode of Groove.
Groove – Episode #73: Trevor Dunn
Mr. Bungle released “The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo” in October, re-recording of their earliest material (that fans were begging for). In this month’s episode of Groove, we chat with Trevor Dunn, who plays with Mr. Bungle and many more.
Groove – Episode #72: Scott Devine
In this month’s episode of Groove - The No Treble Podcast, we chat with Scott Devine of Scott's Bass Lessons and learn more about his life, music, and online school. Enjoy the conversation...
Groove – Episode #71: Mohini Dey
It’s hard to not be mesmerized when you watch Mohini Dey play the bass. It’s a lot to take in. Mohini is our guest for this month’s Groove episode. Here is her story. Enjoy the conversation...
Groove – Episode #70: Wylie Gelber
If you Google Wylie Gelber, you won’t find much. But the bassist for Dawes (and luthier) has quite a story. You will have to listen to this new Groove episode to believe it - his story is about a million times more fascinating and surprising than anything you’ve read so far.
Groove – Episode #69: Derrick Hodge
This month’s Groove episode is a fantastic conversation with bassist Derrick Hodge. Derrick studied music from six years old and is now a Grammy Award-winning Blue Note recording artist.
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Great bass/music podcast
The host asks all the questions that I would ask if I were fortunate enough to sit with these fantastic musicians.
The interview with Geddy Lee blew my mind. I could listen to him all day long.
Informative and enjoyable
The interviewer asks about the artist’s history and philosophy. There are plenty of podcasts that deal with gear and technique, this one focuses on the human interaction with the music.
Guests great, host a little shaky
I love the guests, the host is not the greatest interviewer and kind of a fan boy.