One of my favorite Kenosha Kid tracks, 'Map of the Universe'.  I mixed this one too:

The first EP from my band with Rick Lollar called WEISSHUND. Recorded by our good friend, Richard Salino, at Studio G in Brooklyn, NY on a badass Neve Console. Rick plays Guitar and sings and I play drums and Moog bass pedals. Music tracked live...

This girl, Wrenn, was such a blast to record with. Producer Paul Reeves got my drum sounds just right...

The jazzier side...here's an excerpt from Trey Wright's record recorded at my place. I used huge drums on this as a protest to the stereotypical be-bop sound...26" 13" 16" and 10" deep snare. 

Love this loping Delta Moon groove. Those freaking guitar tones are beautiful too. We tracked this with Jeff Bakos and the back beat on "4" is the bass of a music stand and a bunch of ankle bells, rattlers and tambos. With the amazing Francine Reed on Vocals...

Here some fine Organ Trio jazz I had the pleasure of playing on. 

Weisshund's first single...we were so young. So was Leo 

Dig this track from this Athens GA based Indie Rock group. Doing my best 'Chamberlain"...

drumming on a track for Larkin Poe's first full length record. They are rock n roll sisters from the south.  

I had to have a conversation with the record label explaining that I played "funky drummer" slightly different and it's not a sample. Not bragging but...ok bragging. 

on the country tip...Boo Ray is an old friend and I tracked drums at my place and sent em' on up to Nashville where Sol Philcox did a beautiful job mixing them.