Posts Tagged ‘psychobilly’

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Dead & Gone – Dylan Reckless

June 10, 2011

Coming at you our of Minneapolis is Dylan Reckless driving the Reckless Ones, always nice to see another stand-up drummer. This is a great tune with a cool dead twist to it. Nice playing by all involved with a cool video to boot.

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Interview – Baron Shivers

March 31, 2011

Krash Boom Bam recently had a chat with the Baron himself, the devilish heartbeat driving The Ghastly Ones. KBB asked Baron Shivers about his ghoulish gig, his gear and his nuggets of wisdom. This is what the Baron had to say…

What kind of set up are you using?
I have a vintage Ludwig 1967 Black Marine 4 piece. 14” Snare, 13”inch Rack, 16” floor and 20” Kick.

What do you use for heads, cymbals, sticks, kick pedal, snare?
The Snare is a 1960 wood Ludwig. Remo Coated Ambassador Heads. Sticks are 7A, wood tipped. Pedal is a Vintage Speedking.

Baron Shivers - The Ghastly Ones

Baron Shivers - The Ghastly Ones

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Fall Down on your knees – Fox

March 26, 2011

Alright lets change things up a little bit, hailing from Budapest, Hungary we have the Naked Truckers Trio, who suprizingly enough aren’t scared to get naked to rock out. Nice solid playing from the Fox, both clothed and unclothed. Nice use of the maraca on the floor tom to drive it home.. I’ve used this technique a few times in the past, cool to see someone else bust it out… Take it away Fox!!!!!

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Screaming – Franck O’ Brains

March 9, 2011

Straight outta Montreal Franck O’Brains kicks The Brains into high gear with Screaming. The Brains rip it up big time and Franck pounds the way. I’ve heard these guys are a blast live I can’t wait to check em out.

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Haulin Hearse – Baron Shivers

February 20, 2011

The Ghastly Ones hail from Van Nuys, CA. Baron Shivers is the ghoul driving the kit with lightning snare fills. The Ghastly’s Ones have an old school surf-horror sound all of their own. They look like the house band for some of Vincent Prices wilder parties. Come on in and surf for a while?

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Liam Crill Interview

January 18, 2011

Krash Boom Bam recently had a chat with none other than Liam Crill the driving force behind the Kings of Nuthin. We asked Liam about his gig, his gear and his wisdom. This is what Liam had to say…

what kind of set up are you using?
what do you use for heads, cymbals, sticks, kick pedal, snare?

my kit is a ’64 slingerland- 20″ bass drum, 16″ floor tom, a series zildjin medium ride and some hunk a shit crash cymbal i found in the trash. for snare i use a 70s ludwig acrolyte or the bad ass 60s gretsch aluminum shell snare i found in the same dumpster i found the crash, i usually use remo ambassador heads, vicfirth 5b wood tips. for kick pedal i use ludwig speed king. the 70s models seem to hold up better than the modern ones- they’re great- fast, good response and they take an ass whuppin’.

who are your fave players?

earl palmer was the best- all his new orleans r&b sessions are incredible. scott pittman, is my favorite modern drummer. he played in a boston band called the shods and plays with the frank morey band nowadays. the guy is amazing to watch live, can’t ever see his hands…

Liam Crill - The Kings of Nuthin

Liam Crill - The Kings of Nuthin

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Tutti Fruiti – Earl Palmer

January 14, 2011

Earl Palmer, one of the most recorded drummers in history. Hailing from New Orleans, the city that gave birth the the modern drums we know today. Palmer played with an assortment of rock n roll’s earliest legends. Giving birth to rock and roll before it was known as rock and roll. Tutti Fruiti launched Little Richard into the history books. Earl drove Little Richard’s frantic high energy piano home. Elvis covered Tutti Fruiti a short time later. The rest is history.