What would it sound like if your drum kit had a drinking problem? Loose drum loops, unusual tones, perky twists and turns, and a unique collection of found sound percussion.
What would it sound like if your drum kit had a drinking problem? The type of boozed up drum set that clearly does not give a sh*t about fitting perfectly into the mold that drums are expected to fit into or the “norms” of what conservative drums are expected to do. The surly rhythm section of your studio that does not give a rat’s ass if you need them to behave and sound the same as every other drum kit in the history of the percussion world. Is that a (hiccup) problem, buddy?
Actually, thinking a bit more about it, perhaps we should give the drums another drink. These ‘tipsy rhythms’ are actually really damn (hiccup) cool. Percussion with a drinking problem is perhaps the way forward, based on the sounds coming out of this product. Loose structures, unusual tones, perky twists and turns, and awesome sounding loops that are slightly off the grid of what a clear headed, sober drummer would create. Some of the best drummers in musical history had serious drinking problems – why should your friendly drum product from Irrupt be any (hiccup) different?
Once you put down the cocktail, go ahead and open up ‘Tipsy Rhythms’ from your bartenders at Irrupt. You’ll be intoxicated by the wide array of percussion pieces and BAC (beat accessibility content). Loops direct from analogue production gear, as well as over a hundred percussive loops of rhythms based on found-sounds which seem like perhaps they were collected during a night of bar hopping - but in the best possibly way, of course. All of these loops organized in different levels of BPM, perhaps based on how much the drummers inside these analogue kits had to drink before hitting the record button. Cheers!