Being real — When 50 bars of “drum solo” is 52 bars too many — the full-stymie of musical groove following inevitable devolution into full-swing drum-batting, or: Anti-Musical Foibles — Is it kind of like rock-climbing with farm equipment?

Steve Gadd: Signed, Sealed Delivered – Switzerland – 1989 #stevegadd #drumsolo #drummerworld https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tXh8B2qyRw I’m not “picking on” or singling out Steve Gadd; there are countless examples.  Gadd and many other soloists are professional masters beyond reproach.  I expect nearly no one will agree with if even understand the point I’m addressing — but I think screaming is not … Read more

Roots of Antinomian Music, Unspun 132, Jan Irvin, Dr Hans Utter – Sex, Self, Cybernetics — MKULTRA Intel community BRAIN database, compiled over years, extensive, deep

https://www.bitchute.com/video/8MZjSoYqfyQF/ ABOVE: Apparently a 21 Feb 2022 public copy of Jan Irvin / Logos Media / Gnostic Media “Unspun” MKULTRA INTEL database — https://app.thebrain.com/brain/065d248e-2914-4c6e-8d64-6ca107adad19/6f71ad51-b80f-5caa-b7f4-693f8265a657   === Antinomian music refers to a concept explored by Dr. Hans Utter, a researcher and musician known for his work in the fields of music theory, ethnomusicology, and cultural studies. … Read more

Alex Van Halen, Ginger Baker & Carmine Appice on Drumming in Cream

Ginger Baker, born Peter Edward Baker, was an English drummer and one of the most influential and widely recognized figures in the history of rock music. He is best known for his work as the drummer for the rock bands Cream and Blind Faith, as well as his innovative and influential drumming style. Here are … Read more

The Bernard Purdie Interview: Steely Dan, Aretha Franklin & “The Purdie Shuffle”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uusF1iie88 Great comment: “So So refreshing, the slop, NO CLICK TRACK, totally human space, air, feel, slosh, groove. ”   Bernard “Pretty” Purdie is a highly acclaimed American drummer known for his influential contributions to popular music, particularly in the genres of funk, soul, jazz, and rock. He is renowned for his distinctive groove, impeccable … Read more

Superior time perception for lower musical pitch explains why bass-ranged instruments lay down musical rhythms

Michael J. Hove, Céline Marie, Ian C. Bruce, and Laurel J. Trainor PNAS 2014 ; published ahead of print June 30, 2014, http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2014/06/25/1402039111.full.pdf+html   The statement you provided suggests that there may be a relationship between the perception of time and musical pitch, particularly in the context of rhythm perception and bass-ranged instruments. Here’s an … Read more

What Music Do Animals Like?

What Music Do Animals Like? Research published today by the American Psychological Association has shown that chimpanzees prefer listening to West African akan and North Indian raga over listening to silence. What does this say about the evolutionary purpose of music? Previous work by McDermott and Hauser showed that when tamarins and marmosets were given … Read more

The Secret of Synchronization

An enormous thanks to Prof. Steven Strogatz — this video would not have been possible without him. Much of the script-writing was inspired and informed by his wonderful book Sync, and his 2004 TED talk. He is a giant in this field, and has literally written the book on chaos, complexity, and synchronization. It was … Read more

Esoteric Nature of Music (1977 VHS)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-89o3vC9bI   The esoteric nature of music refers to the belief that music possesses hidden or mystical qualities that transcend its audible or physical manifestations. This concept is rooted in ancient philosophical, spiritual, and mystical traditions and encompasses various aspects of music theory, composition, performance, and perception. Here are some key aspects of the esoteric … Read more

Drums & Grooves w Gregg Bissonette & Rick Beato

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwWcMAxOLPk   ===   Drum grooves are rhythmic patterns played by drummers that form the foundation of a musical piece. Grooves typically consist of repeating patterns of beats and accents that establish the tempo, feel, and groove of a song. Drum grooves can vary widely in style, complexity, and feel, depending on the genre of … Read more

Tune to Shell Tone

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Y5jac5zeKg   ===   Gregg Bissonette is a highly respected American drummer known for his versatile playing style and extensive work as a session musician and touring drummer. Born on June 9, 1959, in Detroit, Michigan, Bissonette began playing drums at a young age and quickly developed his skills. Throughout his career, Gregg Bissonette has … Read more

Jojo Mayer – Exploring the distance between 0 and 1

Jojo Mayer gives brief synopsis on the emergence of rhythm culture and its relationship to technology and communication in the western world. In regards to this, he shares his thoughts on interacting with digital culture and cross examines… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KExLCJAuTXA   Jojo Mayer, a renowned drummer and music educator, has often discussed the emergence of rhythm … Read more

Alan Watt – The Music Industry

Deep analysis of mind control techniques as applied through music. Content INSIDE THE LC by DAVE MCGOWAN http://davesweb.cnchost.com Military involvement in music industry, fashion and media. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFlJREc2Lps     Alan Watt is known for his perspectives on various topics, including the influence of the music industry. In his discussions, he often delves into how the … Read more

Experience Music As Medicine – Don Campbell, author Mozart Effect

Enjoy this short video of sound healing pioneer DON CAMPBELL. This excerpt is from EXPERIENCE MUSIC AS MEDICINE, Session 5 ‘Sound Healing Clinicians’. Don Campbell shares his story of discovery of the power of sound and music to enhance our lives from the inside out. He has been at the forefront of the movement to … Read more

Rhythm most important in getting motor system engaged – MRI – Dr. Jessica Grahn talks about music and the brain

“…skip to the end say from about 5 minutes in for the scan data – seems that rhythm is way stickier than actual notes and melody when it comes to firing up the motor cortex – which has implications on lots of things…” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5hvuDxcegE     Dr. Jessica Grahn, a cognitive neuroscientist specializing in the … Read more

TOP 10 SONIC TORTURE SONGS FROM GITMO — Psychosonic Drugs – Psychosonic Attacks – Weaponizing Lady GaGa (or any artist / MP3)

You’ll learn how different mental states can be created using frequencies that interact with the brain, how the military is using this attack vector, how Vegas uses these same techniques on customers, which open source software creates these frequency generated psychic states and sites so you can continue your adventures in psychosonics. Multiple new attacks … Read more

The Rise of Drum Machine and How Drummers Adapted – Rick Beato

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eiia0atN3ws     CGPT The history of MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) drum machines is an integral part of the broader evolution of electronic music production. Since MIDI’s introduction in the early 1980s, drum machines that utilize this protocol have become staples in studios, live performances, and bedroom production setups worldwide. Here’s an overview of … Read more

Modes of Music Matter – Tone and Resonance as Method of Social Control and much more

RE church bells … one’s mind begins to wander … wonder … I read someplace an interpretation of Chinese history, something about the emperor would have ‘tone gangs’ travel amongst villages, adjusting the official tone of the bells, gongs, etc. Something like our A440 pitch? (Dr Leonard Horowitz MUSICAL CULT CONTROL) “Let me make the … Read more

Learn To Drum In ANY Style with Gregg Bissonette

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfabTGZjCEQ   From video comments: “This man is just unbelievable. Not only is he among the most versatile drummers ever, but he is also a human rhythmic encyclopedia, and in every single note, pattern, groove or fill played we can appreciate all his love for the instrument, immense technical background and curiosity and enthusiasm for … Read more