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    Posted: September 06 2020 at 17:11
Originally posted by Sagichim Sagichim wrote:

The first drummer popped to mind is really one of the best I've ever heard and I can go on and on about what he's all about, Dan Mayo from the amazing and overlooked band Tatran.
Check out this track from their first album released in 2014, I love that the core of the song is his drums solo but there's also a lot more to it.

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Originally posted by Sagichim Sagichim wrote:

The first drummer popped to mind is really one of the best I've ever heard and I can go on and on about what he's all about, Dan Mayo from the amazing and overlooked band Tatran.
Check out this track from their first album released in 2014, I love that the core of the song is his drums solo but there's also a lot more to it.

Amazing drum solo at 2:45 ! Three minutes of happyness ! Smile
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The first drummer popped to mind is really one of the best I've ever heard and I can go on and on about what he's all about, Dan Mayo from the amazing and overlooked band Tatran.
Check out this track from their first album released in 2014, I love that the core of the song is his drums solo but there's also a lot more to it.

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Originally posted by moshkito moshkito wrote:

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Not a single drummer that knows how to use his kit without over doing the snare drum! 

I still say ... I wanna rip that thing on a drummer's head and have him wear it as a nice piece of clothing!

Somewhere along the way, a drummer has to learn when not to count time and not use the snare drum ... only high schoolers live on with the snare because they are learning how to count ... but if you can't count without TELLING YOURSELF that this is 4 ... and then ... 4 ... and then ... 4 ... 

it's the difference between "music" and "mechanics". Sadly, there aren't enough teachers heling these folks past the mechanics!
Once again I have no idea what you're talking about...over doing the snare? it's like saying a guitar playing is over doing the high e string.
Yes there are technical drummers in the world and in a lot of cases it goes well with the music, and there are also tons of flowing, creative or whatever drummers out there.
You're always using the word "music" in a sense that you are the only one who really understands what's good and what is not around here, you're not. Get over it.
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Hi,

Not a single drummer that knows how to use his kit without over doing the snare drum! 

I still say ... I wanna rip that thing on a drummer's head and have him wear it as a nice piece of clothing!

Somewhere along the way, a drummer has to learn when not to count time and not use the snare drum ... only high schoolers live on with the snare because they are learning how to count ... but if you can't count without TELLING YOURSELF that this is 4 ... and then ... 4 ... and then ... 4 ... 

it's the difference between "music" and "mechanics". Sadly, there aren't enough teachers heling these folks past the mechanics!
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Ben Shanbrom of Earthside must belong in this thread - to whom it may concern. 
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Originally posted by Icarium Icarium wrote:

Brann Dailor is the most important drummer the past two decades hes way of using the snare and hes developing of grooves is quite complex.
Hey ! I didn't knew him, what a wonderfull discovery ! Thanks a lot Wink


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Hi,

Diagonal is very enjoyable and impressive.

Xavi Reija (in this piece) reminds me of a lot of the ECM styled things, and yeah, it is really good ... although I kinda thought that Tony Levin did not quite mesh as well here ... but was still nice to hear. Tony, for my ears, is more of a rock bass player than he is a jazz/spacey kind of player, although he has a pretty good ear for it ... but I think he often lacks the quietness in the playing of his bass, to add something to the music over all. Just a feeling and thought ... Tony is, of course one of the "masters" out there ... !!!
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Originally posted by Icarium Icarium wrote:

Brann Dailor is the most important drummer the past two decades hes way of using the snare and hes developing of grooves is quite complex.

he is incredible instead
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OP was only interested in ones, that debuted and made their primary input in 2010-19
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Brann Dailor is the most important drummer the past two decades hes way of using the snare and hes developing of grooves is quite complex. Also Mario Duplantier is the most amazing drummer the past 15 to 20 years
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I reckon few had heard (about) Raymond Hearne (Haken) before 2010 but of course the band's demo is from 2008, so I don't know if you want to count him in. Amazing drummer on stage holding it together and adding stuff to the studio editions while the rest of the band is just keeping up their parts...
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Xavi Reija (feat. Tony Levin, Dusan Jevtovic, Markus Reuter) - "Serenity" (2018)


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Pedro Nobre, drummer and leader of Loosense, who released their two albums in the last couple of years.



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Luke Foster, drummer and leader of british band DIAGONAL.

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Very good job which increases in crescendo.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote BrufordFreak Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 10 2020 at 11:56
Originally posted by Muskrat Muskrat wrote:

Marco Dolfini, drummer/singer and leader of Italian Canterbury Band, Moogg.





YES! He definitely belongs on the list. And the bass player, Gianluca Avanzati, too!
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Originally posted by richardh richardh wrote:

Arguably John Douglas (Anathema) blossomed in the 2010's. Here he is with a track he wrote. This is just great as a piece of music perhaps rather than amazing drumming but please have a watch.



That was awesome! Love the guitar lead looped in the middle, love Lee's voice, and love the entrance/arrival of the orchestra at the two-thirds mark. (I get it:  Not really a drum display song.)
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