I can remember watching Flower/Corsano Duo at Supersonic a few years back and being openmouthed in awe
and it feels like it's sped up. so weird. seeing him in a couple of weeks playing solo. can't wait
is he doing a proper solo tour or something? I really need to get behind the kit and do some fucking practise, I wanna be that good
i only know about it because of an event invite for the manchester one.
imagine how much you would have to practice to get that good. as a slightly related note, i read an interesting interview with neil turpin the other day. here it is, maybe you'll be interested.
I wasn't aware of this guy by name before although I'd unknowingly heard him play with Yann Tierson, he mentions Alex Neilson and Jon Theodore aswell who are both players I have a huge amount of respect for. The whole practise thing is difficult, I've reached a level where I'm happy and I know I'm pretty good but then I look at these guys or George Kollias or Zach Hill and feel inadequate lol. But then I know there's very little chance of me giving up my social life and practising 4/5 hours a day so....fuck it. Competent will have to do
plus i find playing on my own so boring
It was pretty dull. He just dicked around with a few percussion instruments.
usually by accident, and he's always awesome
favourite time was with Hype Williams
it's like watching someone masturbate. Not in a good way.
You know he was the original drummer in Tall Firs, don't you?
ryan sawyer was there in some capacity at some point. corsano plays on too old to die young though doesn't he? i think that's right but i'm not really sure
They've had a few drummers over the years but it's Dave and Aaron's group.
don't know who he was though. some old bloke.
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