Rhythm May 14 - Issue 228

The Best Of British! Dan Flint (You Me At Six), Dan Searle (Architects) and Chris 'Woody' Wood (Bastille) head up Rhythm’s celebration of all things great about the UK drum scene; its drummers, drum-builders and more

Rhythm May 14 - Issue 228

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In Rhythm May Issue 228
 
Rhythm is the UK's biggest selling drum magazine, bringing you news, interviews with drum stars, in-depth expert gear reviews and top notch drum tuition every month. This issue, The Best Of British. Dan Flint (You Me At Six), Dan Searle (Architects) and Chris 'Woody' Wood (Bastille) head up Rhythm’s celebration of all things great about the UK drum scene, including profiling some of its best new drummers, the master craftsmen putting British drum building on the global map, the UK's many fantastic drum stores and more. Plus, the greatest British drummer of all time, as voted for by Rhythm readers. 
 
Also in this issue, Pete Flood of boisterous folk collective Bellowhead tells us about getting the right sounds for the gig, Andre Boyd tells us about his gig with Cirque Du Soleil and jazz legend Jimmy Cobb recalls working with Miles Davis on classic jazz album Kind Of Blue. Plus all the usual great tuition including lessons on mirrored phrasing, applying flams and snare drum solos, plus learn to play tracks by Sam & Dave, Bastille and Bad Company. We also have expert, in-depth reviews of new gear, including Mapex’s new Saturn IV shell pack, Zildjian Kerope cymbals, Yamaha Dave Weckl snares, Cruz Tools’ Multi-Tool and Roland’s new TM-2 trigger module. There’s never been a better time to pick up Rhythm!