Posts tagged ‘BassDbler’

September 9, 2020

While We Were Sleeping – Bassdbler

While We Were Sleeping is our new segment where we check out releases that we missed during our lengthy hiatus. Today‚Äôs catch up is “May HIs Passing Cleanse the World” from Bassdbler.

Longtime friend of the blog Bassdbler released his third album while we were away, the masterful May His Passing Cleanse the World. All of Bassdbler’s trademark elements are here again – bass driven, sprawling, trip-hop influenced instrumentals, intricate arrangements, Dune references a plenty – but May His Passing… brings a new sense of pulsating urgency to the mix. Basdsdbler’s work has always played like cinematic scores to unmade sci-fi classics, but this new release feels like the final 20 minutes, when the stakes are high and we’re not quite sure that the heroes will make it. It’s an intoxicating soundscape guaranteed to make your workday, commute or jog epic. Available at Bandcamp here.

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August 1, 2011

Where the Bus Pass Took Us

While homebodies by nature, we do regularly muster the single malt courage to go out into the world and experience music in the flesh, and we document these excursions in Where the Bus Pass Took Us.

Today’s entry is from regular site contributor JD Short aka BassDbler and details his recent, somewhat unusual, gig that he has titled: Bringing Down the House in the House of Mouse

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July 12, 2011

Tuesday Tip-Off: BassDbler

Today’s tip-off is the latest from dubstep electronica artist BassDbler.

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June 14, 2011

Scotch on the Rock – Round 6

Scotch on the Rock is our irregularly recurring column from Scotch, music and life enthusiast JD Short. JD pairs one of his favorite Scotches with one of his favorite albums, and tells us why they go so well together.

Today JD pairs Scapa 16 Year Old and Black Bug self-titled album.

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April 15, 2011

Friday Free For All

Our friend and regular irregular contributor to the site (usually with his Scotch on the Rock column) JD Short sent us this cool little piece on appreciating one’s enemy.

The 12 Best Guitar Riffs as Compiled By a Guitar Loathing Bassist

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