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“Yes, those are juiceboxes acting as kick-drum stoppers.”
“The heart that's missing in pop music's other self-conscious provocateurs beats like a kick-drum on The ArchAndroid.”
“There was the sympathetic resonance of the studio's unvarnished wood floor and the distant reverberations reflected by its towering ecclesiastic architecture: "To hear 30th Street is to hear drummer Joe Morello's snare and kick-drum shots echoing off the 100-foot ceiling during the percussion break in Dave Brubeck's great 'Take Five.”
“Beneath all of this chaos is the beat - an indefatigable kick-drum pattern that comes thumping at 130 beats per minute.”
“While Audiosurf often wonderfully represents the underlying kick-drum rhythm, especially if it is prominent, it will rarely pick up and single out an element like the aforementioned melody or hook unless it stands out in a particular way – namely through sheer volume.”
“You can feel it in each riff, in every beat of the kick-drum, through each eerily hollow vocal.”
“Christopherson: It's fun to come up with parts without having to always be the guy "keeping the beat" -- the basic kick-drum and snare parts.”
“And when the band hit full strength in those single chords, Mr. Fox's drumming was mesmerizing as usual, the rapid beats changing shape with pronounced and uneven kick-drum patterns, which Mr. Winograd redoubled with bass notes.”
“Bully found Lissie on electric guitar, backed by a lead guitarist and a bass player who used his feet simply on the kick-drum, hi-hat cymbals and tambourine looking back on past parental advice as she worried again if she was too far from home - "am I really all alone?”
“From the intro kick-drum stomp, the crowd was jumping and didn't stop until the best song from the evening was over, and even then a few people didn't want to stop jumping.”
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