Eddy Thrower

  Over the years Lower Than Atlantis have made some big changes in their musical direction. But on the long journey from punk-rock to rock-pop, one thing never changed: the powerful drumming and solid grooves behind the band. Eddy Thrower has created his very own approach to playing rock music and has become an in

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Gerry Morgan

  Gerry Morgan | Hammerstein Ballroom NYC July 23rd, 2015 James Bay is certainly one of the hottest acts the UK has to offer at the moment - British Indie Rock laden with catchy melodies and thumping grooves paired with folky influenced drum and percussion parts. Gerry Morgan is not only a specialist

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Josh Devine

After four years of playing in the biggest band in the world, this month sees the end (for a while) of One Direction. I sat down with drummer Josh Devine to discus his journey, and find out what is next. You have been doing the One Direction gig for four years now. How did you

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Wayne Proctor

Playing a seemingly simple groove over many minutes while giving it a great feel, sound and intention has always been one of the hardest tasks behind the drum kit. That’s why Blues has always been home to some of the grooviest drummers in the scene. Four times winner of ‘Drummer of the Year’ in the

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Brian Frasier-Moore

In don’t think Brian Frasier-Moore needs any introduction anymore. His CV, with names like Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, Janet Jackson, The Whitehead Brothers, Aaliyah, Usher, Jill Scott and Pattie LaBelle (to name a few), absolutely speaks for itself. I had the pleasure of catching Brian via Skype between his shows in New York. Let’s very

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Ross Harris

On his way to joining the list of the UK’s most in demand session drummers, Ross Harris already played for top artists from all kinds of genres. With names like James Arthur, Tricky, Duke Dumont, Laura Welsh, Union J, Maverick Sabre, and Josh Osho on his CV (to name a few), he is currently in

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Ben Kennedy

  Since his first professional gig with Ladyhawke in 2009, UK drummer Ben Kennedy has already collected an impressive list of artists he has worked with. Since 2014, he's been providing the groove for UK pop artist Foxes and has just finished recording drums for her new album, after a year and a half of

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Jamie Morrison

  Besides the huge success as an original member of the Noisettes, Jamie Morrison has played the likes of Duffy, Brian Adams, Emelie Sande, Sia and many more of the biggest artists in the industry. On top of that workaholic Jamie runs his own label, works as a producer and writer and designs his own

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Mikey Sorbello

Swung, loud and being a tiny bit crazy has characterised rock’n’roll drumming since its beginnings. Whereas many bands today took the genre and modernised it, there is one Australian combo sticking to the raw original style. Hailing from London, The Graveltones have just released their second album and are on the way around Europe to

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Pete Cater

Big Band drumming is becoming somewhat of a rare art amongst young drummers today, despite the fact that we have all been influenced (to different degrees) by the playing of Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa or learned from the books of Louie Bellson and John Riley. One of the UK drummers keeping the spirit alive

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