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“We should have done this a whole heckuva long time ago,” said the Aberdeen mayor.
Dave Grohl (and Ringo Starr) fans, go take 1mg of Klonopin and come back in an hour.
“Are those your drums? Those are beautiful!” Watch the late night-host compliment just about every drummer to ever appear on the show in exactly the same way.
The folks at Sqwak are taking the human beatbox to a whole new level.
The greatest rock drummer ever was also very good at multi-tasking.
Okay, I’m impressed.
The bona fide bad ass plays along to Dream Theater’s “The Dance of Eternity.”
After a bit of a false start, drummer Adam Gray deftly juggles three drumsticks while still keeping a beat going. Watch Video ›
Sorry, pup, but you’ll never get a record contract unless you crank it to 11. You call that a drum solo? Watch Video ›
Just when you thought heavy metal doggy air drumming couldn’t get any heavy metal doggy air drummier, here comes Charlie Chewz. Of the Charleston Chewz? Watch Video ›
This new Japanese toy lets you convert your body into instrument. Smack your friends and make delightful percussion sounds. Watch Video ›
This clip is a sneak peek from his 3D movie Never Say Never. What do you guys think of his mom? Watch Video ›
Today, the makers of Rock Band announced the next step in the series, Rock Band 3. The game will support a new controller aimed at teaching people how to play a real guitar. Let’s put this in perspective. View List ›
Keep the rain away and annoy the shit out of everyone around you all at the same time. This is a truly wonderful invention. View Image ›
Oxygen tank be damned, nanogenarian Jerrie Thill still hits the skins at 91 years old. She also proves that you’re never too old for a fancy hat and a pony tail. Go get ‘em, girl! (via Urlesque) Watch Video ›
I dare you not to play with this all day.
This girl owns Neil Peart on the drums. Think how much faster she could play if she wasn’t constantly flipping/twirling her drumsticks! As much as I love her playing, the MIDI version of “YYZ” she’s playing along to really doesn’t do the song any justice. Watch Video ›
The hand painted bass drum skin featured on the cover of the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band sells for over $1,000,000 in auction. The relic was auctioned at Christie’s of London, and ultimately sold for four times its expected value. Touted as “the world’s most famous drum skin,” the piece is nothing short of a pop culture holy grail. The proud owner currently has it stretched over his Yamaha bass drum in his basement ready for full use…I jest. Read More ›