Since Blink 182’s seemingly done making music for the time being, it’s up to Travis Barker to keep the torch going, and to be honest, he’s really outdone himself with his solo LP, Give The Drummer Some. Continuing the forward movement with his own unique brand of Rock and Rap Fusion – powered by his high-octane drum skills – Travis Barker’s collaborated with several artists in order to bring you a compilation of music that blends the best of both worlds when it comes to those genres of music.
It is his album, after all…
Travis Barker has his hands and his personal sound stamped throughout each song present on this LP. From the heavy drum sounds, to the insane drum isolations placed before or after select songs, to the drum breakdowns present in the tracks, there’s no doubt left about how this album idea would mesh. Without speaking, T.B’s presence is felt through and through.
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Naked & Famous, Passive Me Aggressive You
Noah & The Whale, Last Night On Earth
Damnwells, No One Listens To The Band Anymore
Funeral For A Friend, Welcome To Armageddon
Joy Formidable, Big Roar
J Mascis, Several Shades Of Why
Oh Land, Oh Land