I took a bunch of photos from the NAMM show for DRUM! Magazine. You can find them here! What are you most excited about?Read more "NAMM Photos"
Alphonse Mouzon died on December 26, 2016. Another in a long line of musicians that passed last year whose contribution to the medium would be impossible to calculate. There have been plenty of great pieces about the legacy he left behind, and I’d encourage you all to read as much as you can if you’re […]Read more "Canopus Alphonse Mouzon Signature Snare Drum"
When I recently stumbled into an opportunity to spend a few weeks with a killing all-birch stave snare drum from North Carolina-based Salem Street Drums, I knew I wanted to feature it here. Britt from Salem Street is doing some really cool work, and I’d highly encourage you to check it out. Speaking of, let’s […]Read more "Salem Street Drums 14×6.5″ Birch Stave Snare Drum"
I could not be more excited to post this review. First of all, the two snare drums we’re looking at are great. But second, and perhaps more importantly, I get to give them away. That’s right. Thanks to the wonderful team at PDP and Drum Workshop, I’m giving both of these drums away to you […]Read more "PDP By DW Concept Snare Drums"
Not a complete list. Just a few I revisit often. Share yours in the comments! John Coltrane – Live At Birdland Elvin is bananas on this performance. You could really pick any of the Quartet records, but this is the one I go back to most. Toto- IV Porcaro! We all know these songs. My friends […]Read more "(A Few Of) My Favorite Drumming Albums"
I wrote about some fascinating rides from Meinl last year. Everybody loves this company and it’s easy to see why. Lots of super interesting designs here. Meinl Ride RoundupRead more "Meinl Byzance Ride Roundup in DRUM! Magazine"
I wrote about a Boom Alley Drums‘ Knocker Hoop for DRUM! Magazine recently. Ultra cool product. Read the full review in the link below. http://www.drummagazine.com/gear/post/boom-alley-drums-knocker-hoops/ And don’t forget to go enter to win a FREE KickPro Pillow! Entry is easy, but you need to act fast. Get to it.Read more "Boom Alley Knocker Hoop Review in DRUM! Magazine"