Today was a good day for music! My good friend reminded me of a few songs we used to know how to play long ago and had since forgotten about. The first is by a band called the Arctic Monkeys from High Green, United Kingdom. The second is by a familiar band – Blink 182 and lastly a great song by a band named Midtown from New Brunswick, NJ.
Track #2: R U Mine
Tabs: R U Mine Bass Tab
Music: R U Mine Video
Track #14: Here’s Your Letter
Tabs: Here’s Your Letter Bass Tab
Music: Here’s Your Letter Video
Track #1: Become What You Hate
Tabs: Become What You Hate Bass Tab
Music: Become What You Hate Video
I’m not dead! Sorry it’s been a while, I recently got a new full time job and its been eating up all of my free bass playing time. In the past 2 weeks I’ve only learned two songs, the first by a band called Millencolin. You should recognize that name from my last post as I learned another one of their songs last time. The other band is Blink 182 who I’m sure you’ve heard of regardless of if you like their music or not.
Track #1: No Cigar
Tabs: No Cigar Bass Tab
Music: No Cigar Video
Track #1: Anthem Part 2
Tabs: Anthem Part 2 Bass Tab
Music: Anthem Part 2 Video
Today I learned a couple of songs from three different bands. The first was a band by the name of Silverstein from Ontario, Canada. The second was from a band named At The Drive-In from El Paso, Texas. Lastly, I learned a song by a band named Millencolin from Orebro, Sweden. These bands span several genres but all have a prominent spot on my current playlist.
Track #4: Fist Wrapped in Blood
Tabs: Fist Wrapped in Blood Bass Tab
Music: Fist Wrapped in Blood Video
Track #9: Quarantined
Tabs: Quarantined Bass Tab
Music: Quarantined Video
Track #9: Battery Check
Tabs: Battery Check Bass Tab
Music: Battery Check Video
Today I learned three songs by a popular band named New Found Glory from Coral Springs, FL. I originally heard them during middle school when they were on a record label by the name of Drive-Thru Records which had several popular pop-punk bands of that time. Originally founded in 1997 they are still going strong today, set to release a new album this April.
Track #8: Failure’s Not Flattering
Tabs: Failure’s Not Flattering Bass Tab
Music: Failure’s Not Flattering Video
Track #1: Understatement
Tabs: Understatement Bass Tab
Music: Understatement Video
Track #7: Forget My Name
Tabs: Forget My Name Bass Tab
Music: Forget My Name Video
Today I learned a couple of songs from two different bands. The first was a band by the name of Alexisonfire (Alexis on fire) from St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. The second was from a band named Underoath from Tampa, Florida. Both are of similar “post-hardcore” genres of rock music but have different approaches to the music.
Track #2: Control
Tabs: Control Bass Tab
Music: Control Video
Track #8: Moving for the Sake of Motion
Tabs: Moving for the Sake of Motion Bass Tab
Music: Moving for the Sake of Motion Video
Today I learned a few songs by a band named Thursday from New Brunswick, New Jersey. They are by far my favorite band of all time and in fact, their drummer and guitarist attended the same high school as me (a few years earlier).
Track #5: Streaks in the Sky
Tabs: Streaks in the Sky Bass Tab
Music: Streaks in the Sky Video
Track #6: Asleep in the Chapel
Tabs: Asleep in the Chapel Bass Tab
Music: Asleep in the Chapel Video
Track # 11: How Long is The Night
Tabs: How Long is The Night Bass Tab
Music: How Long is The Night Video
Today I learned a few songs by a band named Title Fight from Kingston, Pennsylvania. I’ve listened to them for some time and finally decided it was time to pick up my bass and try these songs out for myself.
All of the songs are off their second album, Floral Green, which was released in 2012.
Track #1: Numb, but I Still Feel It.
Tabs: Numb, but I Still Feel It Bass Tab
Music: Numb, but I Still Feel It Video
Track #3: Like a Ritual
Tabs: Like a Ritual Bass Tab
Music: Like a Ritual Video
Track #4: Secret Society
Tabs: Secret Society Bass Tab
Music: Secret Society Video