We are pleased to announce that Sulli – Seventh Rize founding member/drummer – will be featured in Rock-n-Roll Industries Magazine for the entire 2015 production…beginning with their NAMM Edition! Sulli will be hosting "The Drum Corner"….a new venture for the magazine to focus on "all things drums"! In each edition, Sulli will conduct a lesson…discuss the music business…do some interviews and product reviews…should be a blast!!!
Rock-n-Roll Industries Magazine is a fast growing information source for anything and everything that is Rock-n-Roll! Distributed throughout North America and featured in EVERY Guitar Center…you don’t have to travel far to find one. In addition to the printed version, a digital version is available via their main site.
The magazine just released a short promo clip from the first video shoot.
For more information on Rock-n-Roll Industries Magazine, please visit www.rocknrollindustries.com
November 24, 2014 at 12:29 pm / Posted in: Artist News
Aquarian Artist Martin Ranscombe recently put together this demo video of a few of our different snare heads. Martin is an educator in the UK and is also a columnist for the UK drum publication “Drummer”. He’s also just launched a new educational website called Sticks In Motion
You can’t win it unless you’re in it! Visit Modern Drummer to sign up! This is some serious drum treasure!
September 8, 2014 at 12:00 pm / Posted in: Artist News
This will be an awesome event for a great cause in memory of a fantastic lady and wonderful human being named Kate Fenney!
"Marshall, Natal and Music Shipping Company announce drumBEAT UK"
In memory of Kate Fenney, co founder of The Music… Shipping Company (who recently lost her 17 month battle with a brain tumor) and also to mark the deaths of the wife of Kip McBay (Guitar Guitar founder) and Jon Brookes (Charlatans drummer) who died last year, Marshall Amplification, Natal Drums and The Music Shipping Company have organized an event to bring together 1001 drummers to play the same drum pattern simultaneously on full drum kits, at The Music Show on 21st November at the Manchester Central venue. The aim is to beat the current Guinness world record of 798 drummers. Full details and registration to take part in the biggest drumming event of the year are available at http://www.drumBEATuk.com/
The 2014 record attempt will be a non-profit making event. All money raised will go to the Brain Tumor Charity http://www.thebraintumourcharity.org/. Aquarian Accessories, Cympad, Hearos and several other manufacturers are also throwing their resources behind this event by providing drumheads and hearing protection and other items free of charge to all who take part. All participants will also receive a complimentary entrance ticket to the show for the day courtesy on the Music Show organizers.
Already confirmed to take part on the 21st November are:
Don Powell (Slade)
Paul Burgess (10CC)
Graham Hopkins (Glen Hansard)
Craig Blundell … » Continue Reading
October 6, 2014 at 9:48 am / Posted in: Artist News
Aquarian Artist Martin Ranscombe recently put together this demo video of a few of our different snare heads. Martin is an educator in the UK and is also a columnist for the UK drum publication “Drummer”. In addition, he’s also launched a new educational site called
Aquarian Artist Felix “D-Kat” Pollard is part of a cool upcoming event called “We Got Soles” which will help those in need. Awesome Felix!! Go to We Got Soles
August 20, 2014 at 1:00 pm / Posted in: Artist News
Damien Schmitt was in town this past weekend working on a new album. Amazing as always!! Here is a sneak peek.
July 21, 2014 at 10:25 am / Posted in: Artist News
Mike and Terry and a little impromptu drum jam at the Drum Channel.
July 18, 2014 at 8:54 am / Posted in: Artist News
Aquarian Artist and educator Martin Ranscombe is part of the newly launched drumming educational site Sticks In Motion
July 18, 2014 at 9:07 am / Posted in: Artist News
"I grew up playing calfskin drumheads, from a young kid studying the drums to landing the drum chair with Benny Goodman in my early 20′s. Every night we would play "Sing, Sing, Sing", the song that made Gene Krupa famous. That calfskin sound was soaked into me because the song featured the tom toms all the way through and I played it every night for 3 years. I remember thinking we will never be able to reproduce this sound with plastic heads. I am proud to say that Aquarian Drumheads has achieved the impossible! Our new Modern Vintage II and Deep Vintage II drumheads sound as good as the calf heads I played on "Sing, Sing", Sing" in 1958 with Benny Goodman."