We’re happy to say that the second episode of our new podcast series is up (don’t worry if you don’t know what a podcast is – it’s easy, just click the link below and listen from the site).
This segment is called “Drums and Drumming, Pt. 1,” and it demonstrates how a basic drum beat can adapt to work in hard rock, disco, mellow pop, and a variety of styles. It features lots of drumming illustrations from our own Jeff Anthony, and provides some insight into how drummers come up with the parts they play.
You can listen on the page, download the show, or subscribe so each show downloads to your computer automatically. It’s all free, of course.
Check it out here
Hope you enjoy it.
Cheers. Tim (Founder)


  1. Tim
    December 20, 2006 at 4:54pm
    Post your feature requests for Pandora here: http://ideabox.crispyideas.com/ ... and vote up the best of them! (not affiliated with Pandora but I think it's a good idea to have this going anyway!)
  2. Edith
    December 26, 2006 at 7:21pm
    Awesome podcast! You guys are having way too much fun :-) My son in interested in drumming. I'm sure he is going to love to hear this.
  3. lillianpolley
    December 31, 2006 at 1:04am
    I,ve the crunkest jam section on the computer network, check out the website pandora and get yur onthe request line to listen to the most downest beat that the system has to offer,, you want be able to leave your seat, cause you at the club in your own house, and a computer is d-jaying better then the club, come feel the vibes and chill on pandora station check it out through msn.network, i,ll meet or greet there, cause i can,t move
  4. k
    January 03, 2007 at 10:09am
    Wow, I'm loving the Pandora podcasts. This is the most valuable podcast on the web to me right now. So much great information condensed into less than 10 minutes for people that love music. More more more!
  5. Coty
    January 04, 2007 at 11:41am
    Wat up yo. This is a pretty phat ass site.
  6. Rhonda
    January 05, 2007 at 3:12pm
    Pandora is just great!!! I have been listening for approximately a month. I have created two stations and am turning my co workers on to it. They also are loving it.
  7. Roland Cummins
    January 07, 2007 at 11:57am
    Sunday morning, Sunday gray, windy rainy morning in the north west corner called WA. Me and Ms Pandora and Mr. Quickmix and ground to the pound Africa Kitamu brewing in the January background. A liile jazz a little dazz, Kitara, Donald Byrd, Luther Vandross go good with my cup of straight black drip ya know. This is my surrender on the day of rest before Monday rolls around and I'm on the go.
  8. Carolyn
    January 08, 2007 at 7:25pm
    Hi Tim, I love your site it is great to listen to at work. I have never been a music buff. But I love to listen to great music. I love your site because no matter what mood that I am in I just plugg in music that fits my mood and its magic! I would like to expand my music but I don't know how to begin. Can you help with any suggestions? I am female and 35. Thanks Carolyn
  9. wildshovel
    March 29, 2011 at 9:58pm
    I love these podcasts --- but where are they? I can't seem to find them anywhere. Have they been removed?
  10. Eric
    December 09, 2011 at 5:06am
    What a fabulous station. Your music is the very best I've ever listened to. Now if only I could get you on my car radio. I guess what I could do is burn a CD and just play it.

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