Stories for Drummers
Sounds From Below is a collection of written and audio stories about drums and drummers. Hosted by Low Boy Custom Beaters founder Jeremy Brieske, this occasional podcast series digs deep to find stories that you won’t hear on any other drumming podcast. Drummers from around the globe contribute articles to the Sounds Drom Below blog.
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Metal drummers have some of the fastest feet in the business, so it’s no surprise that they choose their bass drum pedals and beaters carefully.
This article will help you pick the perfect bass drum beater for wedding gigs by going over some of the most important features to look for.
In this guide, we’ll hear from a few Low Boy artists on which bass drum beaters they prefer and also get gear and tuning tips from a live sound engineer who mans the board for large outdoor shows.
Country music covers an incredibly wide range of musical styles. In this gear guide, we’ll hear from Low Boy artists across the country music spectrum about which bass drum beaters they use and why.
Watch Low Boy artists play with Hayley Williams, Nathaniel Rateliff, and The War on Drugs on NPR’s Tiny Desk (Home) Concerts.
Low Boy artists Matt McCaughan and Tim Very appear on holiday albums from Hiss Golden Messenger and Manchester Orchestra.
Choosing the right bass drum beater for the music you’re playing is a critical and underrated way to take your sound to the next level. In this guide, we’ll talk to some Low Boy jazz artists about which beaters they use and why. The answers might surprise you!
Why are turkey legs called drumsticks? There are two theories, both originating a few hundred years ago.
In this episode, we focus on the issue that dominated the first half of 2020, the coronavirus pandemic. Antiquarian bookseller Ken Gloss of Brattle Book Shop shares tips on how to set up amazing Zoom call backgrounds, Jeremy shares his top ten drumming books, and then we hear drummers Lou Santiago Jr. and Will Carroll share drastically different perspectives on their personal battles with COVID-19.