The album continues the Dune-themed nature… and reprises/foreshadows as per the previous albums, Slow Blade Penetrates the Shield and Machine and Ghola.
The T.U.I.O. album is a reference to the most recent book, Navigators of Dune.
Scotch on the Rock is returning!
Stay tuned for a few changes, but more importantly, more stuff, new stuff…
I have a song called Long Live the Fighters. It is a quote from Dune. The idea for the song came about before I had even thought about making BassDbler Dune-related. The song came about around the same time I was just understanding and appreciating electronic music and was one of my first real forays into D&B. Continue reading
ICYMI – I have decided to make Machine and Ghola available for free from the BassDbler.bandcamp.com site. The album will still be available for purchase from iTunes and Amazon, available for streaming from Spotify, Apple music and Rdio, etc. (and technically, you could still pay something for it from bandcamp). Continue reading
I have been mostly doing fly dates recently. Typically, these involve hiring a backline and/or the kindness of other bassists on the bill letting me use their amps (many thanks to Freekbass, again). I’ve mentioned before that my Eden amps are a huge part of my sound and that I always travel with my WTDI. Well, I recently upped my game and acquired the ultra-portable Eden WTX500 head and it has already revolutionized my traveling with gear. Continue reading
This is a compilation of some video from the 6/6/15 show at Lamasco in Evansville, IN – opening for Freekbass & The Bump Assembly.
I did a radio interview recently…
Have a listen.