Tag Archives: Drums

Music For One Apartment And Six Drummers

Posted this a long time ago but it’s worth revisiting – rather than a random Youtube clip it’s actually an award winning Swedish film by Ola Simonsson & Johannes Stjärne Nilsson called Music for one apartment and six drummers. Got … Continue reading

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Music In Simian Motion

Working with me (on drums) requires an unreasonable tolerance for chaos. Strange how that contrasts with my composer gig, which is autistically meticulous. When I get on my drums I’m not the urbane but brisk professional anymore. I’m a hairy-assed … Continue reading

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What do you do when your drummer gets raptured?

Just carry on.   Random thoughts (a la Matt Redmond) 1) It’s OK he’s still smiling. 2) Boy I hope that song has some doctrinal content in the verses 3) I’m sure this freebie from Sovereign Grace does (free mp3 … Continue reading

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Nameless and Awesome

Hope this brightens your day a little – have a good one… Download all my 2011 songs for free!!!Other free songs by Matt Blick [If you’re subscribed to this blog via email, you will have to click on the post’s … Continue reading

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Machine Music Video

Is this the ultimate driving song? This video from American actor and director Julian Smith(a full-time maker of viral videos) takes a little while to get it’s groove on so be patient and you’ll be rewarded with a ‘banging’ tune. … Continue reading

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Wed News & Links

Future gear, fancy drummin’, loops, lists, & gritty rappin’ Bob Kauflin has a helpful song list on the second coming and another on the resurrection. If you use loops in your worship band Kyle Campos of Our Rising Sound can … Continue reading

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More Mutemath

Here’s a few more MM treats Backfire live on the David Letterman show The Nerve live in Tokyo Sharing a stage with Paul Meany is dangerous – and the poor roadie was only trying to help… Darren King – Gaffa … Continue reading

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The Amazing Tony Royster Jnr (Aged 11)

Tony Royster Jnr entered the Guitar Center National Drum-Off competition Hollywood in 1995 aged 11 (not 12 as was announced) and won. This is his performance… Where is he now? Well, though he still has time to jam on other … Continue reading

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Tubthumping

The world is full of amazing, but unknown, musicians. Here’s one more…   How come it never sounded this good when I played on my mum’s pots and pans? Related Posts: Drummers are NOT to be trusted [Tom Porritt saw … Continue reading

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Paul Baloche – Choosing A Drummer (Or Choosing NOT To Have A Drummer!)

More wise words from Paul Baloche. (although if I had a drummer who practiced whilst driving I’d rather rehearse with him and then get someone else to give me a lift home!) Related Posts: Small band arrangementsBand on the run

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