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Police Officer Shows Up Because of Noise Complaint, Sits In On Drums

A police officer in New Jersey responded to a call of loud music disturbing a neighborhood. He let them play an encore before they wrapped up, but with one condition. Officer Dan Carrone with the Elmwood Park Police Department told the kids they could play one more song to bother the neighbors, but he had to sit in on the drums with them.
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CX-9 Warzone loadout – best attachments, perks, and equipment

After months of appearing, disappearing, and lurking in game files, the elusive CX-9 submachine gun is finally in Call of Duty: Warzone. The CX-9 is a Modern Warfare gun that offers a high rate of fire with surprisingly decent accuracy, making it a great up-close shredder. As with any new...
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Erica Synths – Sonic Potions LXR-02 drum machine review: deep dive

LXR-02 is what the world needs now: a drum machine with its own personality and soul. It slaps harder, plays easier, and does grunge, glitch, grime, and digital mayhem unlike anything else. Hard sounds, easy interface. You can buy deep, do-everything drum machines, and you can buy drum machines made...
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The Talking Drum Has Something To Say About Music And Language

The West African instrument dùndún is also known as “talking drum” because players can match the pitch and rhythm of speech patterns on it. A new study reveals just how closely dùndún players match vocal patterns on their instrument. The research, by Cecilia Durojaye and colleagues at Arizona State University...
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The Undead to release Misfits covers LP

The Undead, the band that includes former Misfits guitarist Bobby Steele, will release a Misfits covers album on August 13 via Germany's No Balls records. The album is a track-by-track of the unreleased Misfits album/Comp 12 Hits from Hell. It's called 12 hits - uncovered. (The original 12 hits album...

INTERVIEW: The Aquadolls release new single ‘Disappearing Girl’

Photo: The Aquadolls’ new single is “Disappearing Girl.” Photo courtesy of @_kotoko / Provided by Earshot Media with permission. The Aquadolls, a band that originated almost a decade ago, recently released their new single, “Disappearing Girl,” and appeared at this year’s Lollapalooza. They are also scheduled for the Beachlife Festival on Sept. 11 and Ohana Festival on Sept. 25.

5 Most Popular Electronic Drum Sets

Pianists and Guitarists are very frequently talked about. Keyboard pianos and guitars are commonly used across the world as well. In all of this discussion about the two, a very fun instrument also a frequently used one gets deprived of the highlight and discussion. Do you have an idea yet of what we are talking about? We are talking about drums and drum sets. If you are a drummer or would want to become one, this article is for you. Do you want to know what drum sets have been this year’s most popular? Well, let’s get into it.
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Drums, hula hoops, and fighting words: Lynchburg school employees kick off year with a friendly competition

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) — While American athletes are competing for the gold in Tokyo, teachers and staff of Lynchburg City Schools held their own Olympic-themed convocation. Groups of employees competed against each other on Tuesday, Aug. 3. It was meant to be a bonding experience as they head into their second year of caring for students in a pandemic, in a combination of school spirit and fighting words.

Good News: A Motivational Kid and a Cop Who Plays Drums

Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . . 1. A cop in New Jersey named Dan Carrone responded to a noise complaint the other day after someone threw a live concert in their backyard. It turned out to be a bunch of teenagers, and he told them to stop. But he made them a deal . . .
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NorthWest Breeze floats to Riverstone

The NorthWest Breeze, a five-piece independent reggae-rock band based in Coeur d’Alene will perform tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. at Riverstone Park as part of the free Riverstone Summer Concert series. “We’ve been waiting for this all year long,” Joe Ayon, drummer for NorthWest Breeze, said. “We’re ready to...

Marlo Mudd – Songs From My Youth

Marlo Mudd is a songwriter based in Washington who recently released their debut full-length album, Songs From My Youth. Recorded at Anacortes Unknown Studio during the pandemic, Mudd says the album looks “at times passed in a changing world and from the retrospective gaze that comes with getting older.”. Songs...
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Enjoying Mile of Music with Kids

There are so many reasons that we love living in the Fox Valley. One of them is the weekend-long music festival that spills into Downtown Appleton each August. Mile of Music brings outdoor stages of all sizes scattered throughout downtown and music flows out of dozens of indoor venues. It is a fantastic opportunity to see some original local musicians and many from across the country and it is all FREE (there are many ways to support the festival and musicians attending also if you’re moved and able)!

Caribbean Vibes Come to Harvey’s Beach

Debbie Evert holds her grandson, Noah Fontneau, age 3, on her lap at Harvey’s Beach on July 30 during a concert by Caribbean Vibes Steel Drums. The concert is part of the town’s 44th annual Summer Concert Series. For more information on upcoming concerts and tickets, visit oldsaybrookrec.com and click on the link for the 2021 Summer Concert Series. For info, call 860-395-3152.
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Bruce Arthur Gamache

Bruce Arthur Gamache, age 60, died suddenly on Sunday, August 1, 2021, while visiting with his mother and father. He was born February 11, 1961, in Nashua, NH to parents Arthur and Patricia (Haggerty) Gamache. Bruce loved cooking and creating some of his own meals. Every Friday was pizza night....

Hiatus Kaiyote

Tricked out its avant-garde recording studio, The Villa, and lathered it with props: a miniature desk, alien costumes, and loads of furry friends. Frontwoman Nai Palm shared with me the impetus behind the design. "I'm a treasure hunter at heart," she said, "and the beautiful thing about dressing a set with sentimental artifacts from my house is that I feel super comfy to perform." Every intricate detail of this Tiny Desk (home) concert evokes feelings of coziness, psychedelia and joyful performance art.

Listen Up: Indie’s not-so-new-kid Wunderhorse

Jacob Slater is in no way new to the entertainment industry. He was once the frontman of Dead Pretties, and will soon be portraying Sex Pistols drummer, Paul Cook, in a biopic series directed by Danny Boyle. What is new for Slater is performing under his new solo name, Wunderhorse.

AUDIO: Tony Catania – “Fairly Certain”

Free-improv jazz group Tony Catania Trio have a new record out this week. Featuring Catania on tenor sax, Barry Paul Clark on bass, and Devin Drobka on drums, this body of work is an authentic practice of intention with immediacy. The three musicians speak to one another via their instruments’ languages, effectively creating synergy through avant-garde conduits. The title seems to insinuate that each interaction is one that makes sense to the person creating it based on how well they know the others’ instinctual processes. If you’re looking for something pleasant in texture but exquisite in how delicate it is, look no further than “Fairly Certain.”