#postanddelete Yo! I really love playing these slow joints, because bass players are awesome and they add those tritones and harmonics in between the notes that make you want to cry. 🗣 shoutout to all the dope bass players, who venture into the upper register on OCCASION! (Also pardon that dumb look on my face, there’s a rail in my line of sight to the singer, so I look like booboo the fool trying to look over and under it) #tbt
By his own admission, Jim Mola moved to New York in 1985 to set the world on fire as a drummer. Now, after thirty-three years of experience in the trenches as a working musician, the types of gigs he’s playing align exactly with what he hoped to be doing at this point in his career: regular session work, frequent gigs in speakeasies, bars, and small clubs, and a busy career as a clinician and educater including a faculity position at Manhattan’s famed Collective School of Music. Check out our full interview with Jim Mola in the June issue of Modern Drummer. Available everywhere now!
Drift Jam 2016. Still the craziest music festival I ever played. A huge stage, right on the lake. Not gonna lie, all I could think about that day was....Not to fall in! 😂 But it was a dope day for sure, even met the young killer @drummerboiyoungsean #tbt#driftjam