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This Is Not Shatner's Bassoon... Really!

The band Shatner's Bassoon is so incredibly popular that they've inspired a tribute band called Shansa Barsnaan, seen here covering their idols. Really. You can believe us on this.

by Jon Davis, Published 2018-04-03


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Shatner's Bassoon

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Moraine - Manifest Density – Moraine is a new Seattle-based five-piece led by guitarist Dennis Rea (please refer to our feature on Mr. Rea in issue 23 for more background), joined by a rhythm section of bass and drums, plus a...  (2010) » Read more

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Clockwork - Surface Tension – So far it seems that Sensory (Laser's Edge) has found a rich deposit of quality progressive metal bands; enter Clockwork. This New Jersey band is very much from the Dream Theater school. I hate to...  (2000) » Read more

Gary DiBenedetto - Twin Towers – Gary DiBenedetto is an electro-acoustic composer from New York and Twin Towers is his effort to present a compilation of radical and controversial sonic collages designed to imply political and social...  (2011) » Read more

Slow Motion Reign - Slow Motion Reign – A fresh, youthful sound is their stock in trade, rich with melodies, hooks and energy, concise and inventive songwriting from beginning to end. Unlike many of the bands we review in Exposé who...  (2007) » Read more