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Clementine is a writer and musician living in San Francisco. In this podcast, she reads entries in the blog www.blissanddrumming.com, in which she connects her spiritual practice with her life as a drummer in hard rock bands. Clementine teaches meditation and offers energy healing at www.awakeningthetrueself.com. For more on her music career, visit www.clemthegreat.com.
 
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Drummer, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist Justin Sherrell and drummer Phil SanGiacomo of Somnuri stop in to talk their new record Nefarious Wave, the process of recording it, mixing it, the slow build up with videos and press all leading up to the June 4th release, bong hits and feral children in the woods, Justin’s first (stolen) franken-kit and th…
 
Red Fang drummer John Sherman talks about the 1000+ shows they’ve played, getting back to drumming after a year of construction and acclimating to not touring, shelving their new record Arrows (due out June 4th) for a year, deciding to work with producer Chris Funk again and to stay in Portland for the recording, not using click tracks in the studi…
 
Former Drummer/now lead vocalist Brandon Saller and present drummer Kyle Rosa of Atreyu (and Hell or High Water) talk about Brandon’s shift to lead vocals, incorporating Kyle into the drum role, their history starting with Hell or High Water (and the literal line of drummers auditioning for the gig), the four days of prep before Kyle’s first Atreyu…
 
Yautja/Thou/Gnarwhal drummer Tyler Coburn talks about spending time in the woods during Covid, trying to adjust to a life off the road, the experience of recording drums at Steve Albini’s Electrical Audio and sitting on Yautja's new record "the Lurch" for a year, his go-to kit that he’s had since he started playing, a couple of especially bizarre s…
 
Founder/Owner & all around drum guru; Ronn Dunnett of Dunnett snares & George Way drums talks about the surprisingly good year of 2020, the process of developing his signature Titanium snare line, “tensioning” over “tuning” drums, the broad tuning range and wide snare beds that are a hallmark of his snare line, the overhyped nature of bearing edges…
 
Drummer Chris Paprota of Gnarbot talks about their upcoming record and the challenges of tracking the drums some time ago, his recent obsession with four track cassette recorders, his connection to Philly Drum Co kit, early -vs- modern fusion drummers, the reverse gateways that Prog & Fusion provide, his list of up & coming drummers, some of the mo…
 
Drummer, clinician & instructor Scott Pellegrom talks about re-calibrating his priorities during COVID, maximizing one’s creativity on the kit and looking to alternative sources of inspiration, how Poison (the band) lead him to an electronic/ NIN Inch Nails obsession, Jazz snobbery, the lineage of altering acoustic kits, Yes & King Crimson live in …
 
Drummer, teacher & clinician; Reuben Spyker talks about his recent masterclass on hand technique, the physical and mental aspects of ironing out one’s technique, balancing chops with feel, very structured practice regimes with improvisation, the incremental steps to increasing ones speed, the misconception in “muscle memory”, plenty of sports analo…
 
Co-Owner of Low Boy Beaters Jermey Brieske talks about the origins of the company, trials and tribulations of design, the many customizable options with colors and laser etched insignias/designs, London Leather Boys n’ Bears, the initial adhesive recalls, the tonal qualities of lambs wool, leather, wood & felt, our mutual mistakes as early players …
 
Drummer Gunnar Olsen talks about re-locating to Maine temporarily during the pandemic, mutual stories of living in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, how he got the Puscifer gig and the prep involved in both the gig and live stream playing Money Shot in its entirety April 17th, home studios and his go-too snares/kits & cymbals (and how he likes to alter them), …
 
Drummer Jeff Mann of Consider the Source talks about live streams and outdoor shows as well as recording and writing remotely, committing to a drum book per year, Mike Portnoy as an influence and the projects that lended themselves to joining Consider the Source, the Craigslist ad that lead to it all, his ever expanding/revolving percussion collect…
 
From the blog http://www.blissanddrumming.com, Clementine reads this piece.***I am missing the meditation hall and its stillness. The hall I am imagining is the one at the Vipassana retreat center near Yosemite. The sound of the small gongs wake me at 4:30. I walk through foggy darkness, following shadows of the other meditators making their way. S…
 
Drummer, Berklee Educator, Author & more; Dave DiCenso talks about transitioning into online teaching, the tough year of 2020 in dealing with hearing loss /hearing aids, Dave’s Dad as his first drum teacher, the bizarre & sometimes dangerous experience(s) of playing with the Cro-Mags, The lineage of Steve Gadd, Dave Weckl, Vinnie Colaiuta & Dennis …
 
Drummer Will Goldsmith talks about his new band Assertion and their new record due out April 9, getting back on the drums after an extended break and re- acclimating to the physicality of the instrument, the story behind his amazing Craviotto kit, his early fascination with John Bonham & Keith Moon, inspiration in the form of drumming ferocity & ve…
 
Drummer, author, vintage drum specialist & more; Jose Medeles talks about the origins of the shop, the various locations, challenges of 2020 and embracing the changes, fads in vintage drum collection, the highs and lows of owning a business, touring with the breeders and how his initial drum collection started, Instagram thieves, some of the drums …
 
From the blog http://www.blissanddrumming.com, Clementine reads this piece. http://blissanddrumming.com/2021/03/the-question-of-not-enough/ ‎***I settled into life without the scramble of the constant travel of my music career. In the new stillness, I recognized within me a welling up, a kind of panic of not doing enough, not getting enough done. W…
 
Sumac, Baptists, Erosion drummer Nick Yacyshyn makes his triumphant return to the CBBP to talk about his playing the new Genghis Tron record; his set up, the process of writing his parts from demo’s, how he got the offer in the first place, his (non) practicing regimen, Phil Collins and Tears for Fears as an influence, Vistalite buffet’s n’ Vistali…
 
From the blog http://www.blissanddrumming.com, Clem reads this piece.***I have spoken to many people during the pandemic who have made the best of the situation, and who feel guilty about the fact they are doing ‘okay.’ Our society has become a place in which to say that all is well makes us feel ignorant or guilty. I think it is important for us t…
 
Ex Black Crowe/present Hippy Trigger drummer & author of memoir “Hard to Handle, the Life and Death of the Black Crowes”-Steve Gorman talks about the drums as his destined instrument, REM as a game changer, rolling the dice on pursuing music and the process of relocating to Atlanta, the year spent prior to Shake your Moneymaker selling 5 million co…
 
Drummer JP Bouvet stops by the CBBP for a second time to talk about the last three years since their previous chat; developing his Buddy Rich Inspired Flow Mode course and Triplet Rhythmic Vocabulary courses for his website, recounting his 700 mile Icelandic bike trek, melodic chunks & chunk rearranging(and why Jody thinks that’s hilarious), repres…
 
From the blog http://www.blissanddrumming.com, Clementine reads this piece.***A young man started showing up late nights, a sleight of hand artist who would entertain the patrons with card tricks. I’m not sure he was quite 21 years old. He was quiet and pale, with a sweetness to him. His talent was astonishing. The customers would get overwhelmed w…
 
Drummer Brendan Buckley talks about keeping up on studio projects, and practice regimens during COVID, his double drummer series on Instagram “ Drummer Plus Drummer“, our mutual fascination with Iron Maiden, the importance of double bass practicing regardless of what genre one occupy’s, reinterpreting traditional hand percussion music on the kit, h…
 
Drummer Travis Orbin talks about the new live video/audio package Darkest Hour is releasing, the informative lessons he received at young age and and some of the hybrid techniques he’s developed since then, his primary drumming influences, thoughts behind his present set-up, inspiration for playing open-handed, a truly bizarre Darkest Hour show Jod…
 
Chris Hawthorne of Pittsburgh PA’s Hawthorne Drum Shop talks about the origins of the shop, strange stories associated with some of the kits, some of the cooler Japanese brands that are lesser known such as Stewart and Tempro, his first Vistalite kit, the anomaly that is Trixon kits, Why Camco drums are his favorite, the crazy process of re-wrappin…
 
Drummer Joel Turcotte talks about his teaching gig with intellectually disabled people, the slippery slope of social media, the challenges and benefits of subdivision/displacement/modulation exercises, his new solo record, growing up with a father who was a drummer and starting at age 2, Matt Garstka as a major influence, music he’s been digging, t…
 
Nick Jones of Massachusetts - Noble & Cooley drums talks about the history of the company dating back to the Civil War and what those drums were made of/how they were designed, cat-gut nares, Tulip snares, manufacturing their proprietary throws, lugs, rims and more, covid’s effects on drum head supply, the selection of New England hardwoods used fo…
 
Drummer Dimitri Fantini talks about shutting his studio down during Covid, focusing on video content, advantages of working as a producer/engineer and how it informs his playing, the highly influential crash course of a drum lesson he received at age 11, expanding one’s social media following and the drummers he’s met along the way, working on his …
 
Drummer Riley Breckenridge talks about 20 years + of Thrice, working with different producers over the course of their ten studio records, how Cave In was and continues to be an inspiration, some of his favorite records of 2020, our mutual fascination with drummer Abe Cunningham, a train-wreck Thrice gig, the process of writing the Alchemy Vol’s 1-…
 
From the blog http://www.blissanddrumming.com, Clementine reads this piece.***How often do we get to find ourselves going where it is we want to go, with freedom from judgment? There is discernment of course, this sounds better to us than that, but so much of creative work is letting go of the internal rule follower, the inner judge, and just letti…
 
Uniform, Mirror, & Impalers drummer Mike Sharp talks about the process of writing & recording the new Uniform record "Shame", his Fathers kit that he still plays, blasting through short sets with Impalers featuring Chris Ulsh of Power Trip on vocals, bands he’s been digging, reflecting on his first band and local shows, plus a whole lot more!https:…
 
Cher drummer Jason Sutter talks about the challenges of the Cher gig, the beauty of Chris Cornell and supporting the vocalist with your performance, playing loose and being groove- focused with Foreigner, the wild ride of Marilyn Manson and the audition process that got him the gig, selling off old gear and focusing on his favorite drums, studying …
 
Drummer Craig Macintyre of the Goo Goo Dolls talks about getting back into a practicing regimen as well as building out his home studio, , tours getting pushed back a year, setting up streaming shows, Christmas records, how he got the call for the GGD gig, the power of networking, being professional and getting recommendations in the recording indu…
 
Mike Marsh; former Dashboard Confessional/ present drummer of The Avett Brothers talks about projects and teaching during Covid downtime from touring, tornado stories, the origins of Dashboard Confessional and rapid ascent from getting coins rained down on them at live shows to playing MSG, lessons learned in playing big shows, an outrageous story …
 
Torrential Downpour drummer Peter Costa talks about the 20 years of the band and its origins, their new record 202020 and the process of writing and recording it with Kevin Antreassian of Back Room Studios,the communal underground scene of the last ten years in Brooklyn, what he learned in studying Vinny Paul’s drumming, Ringo as his teacher, poten…
 
Drummer Marcus Bryant of Spirit Adrift talks about their new record Enlightened in Eternity & the process of recording in 5 day intervals in Tucson AZ, tours with COC & Orange Goblin that have been postponed, the advantages of programming drum parts in pre-production, the brutal 2020 Summer in Phoenix, AZ., an Alice In Chains and Rick Rubin geek ou…
 
Drummer Donald Tardy of Obituary reflects on the first two Obituary records and the challenges of recording them vs the last few records recorded at their studio home, writing new material and staying up on practicing during Covid, their upcoming live-stream concerts, Obituary’s first US tour with Sacred Reich & Forced Entry, beer limits before and…
 
Drummer Hayden Menzies of Toronto CA’s noise rock trio METZ talks about the bizarre timing of releasing their new record Atlas Vending, the process of recording it at Machines with Magnets with Seth Manchester, trying to stay positive amidst the worlds woes and continue creating, working with Steve Albini on Strange Peace, strange Jesus Lizard expe…
 
Founder of A & F Drum Co ,Ramy Antoun talks about the challenges of manufacturing drums during COVID, the inadvertent origins of the A&F as well s what he thought was missing in modern drum design, the varying wood types and layers for the plies of there wooden drums, their patented lug design & brass rims, Ramy’s approach in design predicated on b…
 
From the blog http://www.blissanddrumming.com, Clementine reads this piece.***I spend a lot of time thinking about the ways in which human consciousness is transforming. For one thing people even a generation back didn’t grow up with the idea of “global community.” This concept is new in my lifetime. Once we were connected, first through the ease o…
 
Drummer Colanthony Humphry of Toronto Punk quartet The OBGMS talks about staying productive amidst Covid restrictions, working with producer/engineer Dave Shiffman on their new record “the Ends”, realizations about prepping oneself prior to recording, the stigma around listening to rock and how the OBGMs came to be a band, Canadian bands as influen…
 
Drummer Jordan Rodriguez of Boston Mass. Harborlights talks about the many canceled shows of 2020, self booking tours, playing strange house shows in rural towns, his custom Q Drum Kit, his love for Gojira, the live production spectacle of band Muse, recording drums for Isolation Ritual at God City Studios and the acoustic room sounds of the rooms …
 
From the blog http://www.blissanddrumming.com, Clementine reads this piece.***I recently read The Hidden Messages of Water, about the scientist who began analyzing the effect of the energetic environment on crystals in water. If you haven’t seen these studies, you can pull up the images online and see the beautiful snow flake patterns of the sentim…
 
Drummer Lev Weinstein of Krallice, Anicon, Woe, & Pyrolatrous talks about the absurdity that was his “Levisalooza” birthday show featuring all his bands, the unorthodox workflows with Krallice, what he’s been working on in the absence of touring, keeping up with double bass chops, not psyching oneself out during shows, garden hose metaphors, hypoch…
 
Scott Jenkins, Co-owner of Jenkins Martin Dum Co talks about the wild origins of the spun fiber glass shells and the connections with Allen Blaemire and legendary Wrecking Crew drummer Hal Blaine, the hands-on process(s) of finalizing the shells, the mysterious amounts of recordings the original Blaemire kits ended up on, determining rims, tom moun…
 
Drummer, Drum Tech and founder of Q Drum Co.- Jeremy Berman talks about the effects of Covid on the music/touring/rental/backline & drum manufacturing industry, the origins of Q Drums, beginning with his time with Orange County Drum and Percussion, the one-off design that ultimately lead to a series of kits with the company, their patented steel sh…
 
Drummer Chris Hornbrook talks about the history of Poison the Well starting out in the late 90's and some of the bands they played with, looking up to Chris Pennie and Ken Schalk’s drumming, the challenges of touring in the winter as a band from south Florida, working with a Swedish production super-team on two of their records vs working with Stev…
 
Drummer Andrew Gormley of Rorschach, Kiss it Goodbye, Shai Hulud, Playing Enemy and more talks about collective play-through videos during Covid, the origins of Rorschach and some of their tours/DIY/punk ethos, playing all ages shows at ABC No Rio, Rorschach’s tour with Born Against , going to shows at L’more’s and CBGB’s growing up, our mutual fas…
 
From the blog http://www.blissanddrumming.com, Clementine reads this piece.***The drum begins. I begin my journey on a bluff, overlooking the Pacific. Rolling grassy hills, the coastline rippling side to side, and the big birds delighting in the marine updraft. There is an opening to a cave there, to my left. The first time I entered this cave, a w…
 
Deadguy drummer Dave Rosenberg talks about his move from New Jersey to San Francisco to Amsterdam, studying with Sonny Igoe and later his son Tommy Igoe, the origins of Deadguy and some of the bands they toured with, collecting Amphetamine Reptile records and the powerful experience of seeing Unsane live, incorporating non-cliche grooves in heavy m…
 
Daughters drummer Jon Syverson stopped by the #CBBP for a lil’ double dipping to talk the pro’s and con’s of dealing with a pandemic and rekindling his love for drums and music, the unforeseen trajectory of Daughters album ”You Won’t Get What You Want”, Jon doubling as tour manager and drummer, the aches, pains and hospital trips on the tour, Europ…
 
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