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  1. Hey all, moved in with my fiancee and have some duplicates for sale, DM me. Also open to trade. Will combine shipping. Boards of Canada - Campfire Headphase - $25 Bonobo - North Boarders - $20 Bonobo - Black Sands - $20 Darkside - Psychic - $22 Deerhunter - Halcyon Digest (White) - $20 Deerhunter - Monomania - $14 Drums - Portamento - $25 Kings of Convenience - Declaration of Independence - $25 Mark McGuire - Along the Way - $12 Mercury Program - A Data Learn the Language (White) - $40 Shlohmo - Bad Vibes - $50 Tycho - Dive - $15 Tycho - Past Is Prologue - $20
  2. I hope you're all sitting down because today your dreams have come true: the estate of the late, great Keith Moon (of legendary UK "mod" band The Who) has deemed us worthy to finally make our music collections complete and own a tastefully designed Commemorative Drum Head! That's right, you can now display your love of all those classic hits - from "My Generation" to "Magic Bus" and everything in between - by spending $49.95 + shipping and handling on this simply-stated red, white and blue logo drumhead: http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/keithmoon You're welcome, people!
  3. ...you might enjoy these: Africastle Sweetie & Shag Dominican Fade Wall Street Ice Cream Inchworm My Machines Futura Sundome ^Those videos are from a full live set of John Stanier drum-cam. Over an hour of footage. Some tracks have long intros because the band would use loops to transition into the next song. So they were split up according to which track the loop's motif fit best. Hope some Battles/John Stanier/solid drumming/math-rock fans enjoy. If you'd prefer to link directly to the entire album you can click here. To watch them all in a row, as a full set - the way they were meant to be viewed - stream in couch mode here.
  4. Hi, I'm starting to offer music lessons via Skype. I teach anywhere from absolute beginner to advanced in most subjects. I can teach you how to play an instrument, or music theory, or a mix of both. I can teach advanced rhythmic subjects such as polyrhythm and polymeter. Lessons are $14 per hour and for an additional $2 per lesson I record a video of the lesson and send it to you afterwards. Half hour rates can be negotiated. PM me to get in touch.