Rhythm and Drum Lessons, via The Clash
|By AMIR SAID (SA’ID)|
The Clash. What an incredible group. An amalgamation of punk, ska, and reggae, their music was edgy and to the point, yet smooth and well thought out. Here in this video, The Clash are past their harder punk days. With “Armagideon Time,” see The Clash yielding a sound that features a much more polished—yet still aggressive—rhythm. This is one song that helped me a great deal with programming drum frameworks.
The music and video below is presented here for the purpose of scholarship.
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