Cardboard Sessions is back in action, and this time from the studio halls of Queens, New York. It’s one of the more diverse spots in the world, and the music certainly lives up to the reputation and hype.
This special episode welcomes Brady Watt, who isn’t new to the limelight or the stage. As an A-list bassist, prominent producer and studio superhero, he’s known as a master collaborator. Ever heard of Warren G, Joey Badass, Black Star and Pharoahe Monch? Yeah, so has everyone. Just a few artists Brady has shared the stage with. It’s no wonder he’s known as a a badass bass musician.
Check out his podcast/video series Bass and Bars to get an insider’s look. The videos have garnered worldwide attention and racked up upwards of 20 million views.
Ready. Set. Rock-fest.
In this episode, Brady teams up with eCUSSIONIST (Google is telling me it’s lowercase ‘e’ and the rest is capped??? Can we check?) and Carlos Homs for an unforgettable fusion of rhythm and rock. It’s undoubtedly a danceable 9th episode. But that’s not all. Number 9 features the debut of the newest corrugated Cardboard Chaos creation, the Fender Bass Guitar. Move over Masters of Maple drum kit and. Fender Stratton Guitar. Name drop! Our cardboard bass is the latest and lowest of the band.
Iconic meets intimate.
Cardboard Sessions explores the awesome mix of musicians who are pushing the boundaries of sound via cardboard creations (Trish, you can noodle on this one, just got a little long for the teeter-totter of “intersection”). Ready for a challenge? Try watching all episodes back to back for the ultimate fun frenzy. We continue to be floored by what these artists, creative collaborators and dreamers can do.