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  • Taylor Gordon, AKA The Pocket Queen, shares her advice for other drummers, talks about how to stay in the groove and digs into her new signature Vater sticks.
  • 10-year-old drummer Nandi Bushell is well on her way to becoming a superstar for a new generation of rockers. We talked with the multi-instrumentalist about how she’s grown as a young artist, what it was like to collaborate with some of her idols and the power of music to connect us.
  • Jazz prodigy Blaque Dynamite, also known as Mike Mitchell, spoke with us about his DW Kit, his work with Stanley Clarke, and what music means to him.
  • Camellia Akhamie Kies takes us on a tour of her gear, shows us how necessity can lead to creative breakthroughs and shares how her passion for music has fueled her mission to spread love and joy in the world.
  • Ever since she picked up her first pair of drum sticks as a young child, Jazz Kelley has been on a mission. Looking back, Jazz remembers the exact moment she knew she wanted to be a drummer. "I remember watching my cousin play [at choir rehearsal] & immediately thinking, 'I can do that.' That’s really how the journey started."
  • If there’s one drummer who you could say had the best job in the business, it would be Bobby Z. of Prince’s band, The Revolution. As Prince’s drummer from the very first concerts in 1979 until 1986, Bobby Z. sat on the throne of The Revolution from the beginning, when Prince rescued him from, as he recalls it, “a normal life to be with him on his trip to the outer regions of the solar system.”
  • We sit down with Preservation Hall Artistic Director Ron Rona and former doorman Bradley Williams to discuss the storied history of New Orleans' most iconic venue, including its local and global impact on the jazz community.
  • We got the chance to catch up with 24-year-old Marilyn Manson and Black Flag drummer Brandon Pertzborn about his touring set-up, his dynamic career, and his thoughts on the future of music.
  • Chilean-born drummer and singer Cancamusa has blossomed thanks to her budding solo career as an electronic music artist, as well as drumming for fellow Chilean-born artist Mon Laferte. We caught up with her about her music career, as well as a detailed run-through of her drum kit.
  • We caught up with The Smashing Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlin at their 'Shiny & Oh So Bright Tour' rehearsal to chat about how his kit and style have changed (and remained the same) throughout the years.
  • With origins in Bloomington, Indiana, Durand Jones & The Indications unite the forces of both modern + vintage gear to present their own unique blend of doo-wop pop. We caught up with the band after their show at The Blackheart in Austin, Texas to talk about their touring rigs, networking on the road, and how posting their favorite 45s on Instagram has helped grow their connection with fans.
  • Despite this only being Hinds’ third year in Austin, their recording-breaking 18-showcase lineup has earned them some much-deserved street cred as SXSW veterans. We caught up with Ade, Ana, Carlotta & Amber just before their show at Cheer Up Charlie’s to talk about vintage gear, balancing a hectic tour schedule, and how Ade ended up with a bass previously owned by the guitarist of Blonde Redhead.
  • As a product specialist and artist relations rep for Roland Drums and Percussion, LA-based artist Jordan West has become a familiar face demoing Roland's products in clinics and videos. Recently, Jordan was offered the opportunity to go in-depth into the product development process when she was invited to Roland HQ in Japan as one of the first artists to provide feedback on the design of the new TM-6 PRO Drum Trigger Module. We caught up with Jordan at Winter NAMM 2018 to chat about her involvement with the TM-6 PRO, Roland's unique approach to innovation and the future of electronic drumming.
  • We recently sat down at Desert Daze festival in Joshua Tree, CA with Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards of Deap Vally, where we talked about Fender Mustangs, Lindsey’s first pedal-buying experience at Guitar Center and why Julie can’t live without her Zildjian 21” Sweet Ride. Check out the full conversation below!

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