Drum magazine April 2014
Aug 31 2016
Drum magazine April 2014 PDF download. The most fanatical drumming magazine on the planet. DRUM! is an educational drumming magazine. It features artist profiles, product reviews, lessons and advanced transcriptions covering rock, pop and related styles of music. In the 1990s it gained a reputation for its coverage of younger drummers in contemporary styles such as punk, rap-rock, and metal. It was the first magazine to feature artists such as Tre Cool (Green Day), Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Travis Barker (Blink-182) and others on its covers.
A typical issue of DRUM! includes artist features and in-depth stories on topics such as playing techniques or new products. Additionally, it includes reviews of new recordings and drum products (cymbals, drums, hardware), short news items, career and health tips, and challenging lessons.
Drum magazine April 2014 (#214) contents:
- Chad Sexton. The 311 chronometer’s ragga-metal pulse has more feel than ever. Sexton’s inner drum-corps geek still keeps an eye on things, though.
- 2014 Drummies! Gear Award Winners. Our readers pick the best gear from the past year. Oh dear!
- 15 Reasons To Love Ringo. The heartbeat of The Beatles never ceases to amaze. Here’s why.
- Sean Reinert. The polyrhythmic crusher behind Cynic set the bar high at the start of his career. Only now are his fans finally catching up with him.
- The Early Sound Of Drum Machines. A conversation with obsessive collector Joe Mansfield reveals gear lust on a different level.
- Everett Bradley. Life is good on E Street, but The Boss’ percussive ace still has to bring his A game every night.
- Product Test. LP Jingle Toys
- Lessons. Glen Caruba takes frame drums beyond finger taps.
- Chad Smith on the evolution of a beat from Blood Sugar Sex Magik. Six-note patterns open up fill ideas and more for Wally Schnalle. The tools for rock solid grooves from Matt Byrne.
- Sonor Martini Kit
- Aquarian Modern Vintage II and Deep Vintage Heads
- Francois Comtois. Young The Giant might be softies but the drummer gives their songs an edge.
- Brian Nevin. The drummer for Big Head Todd got a bigger sound after letting go of his jazz obsession — though it still haunts him on occasion.
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