J Zone, Concussion Percussion (COLOR)

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2021 09 24

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    A1 Intro

    A2 Oyster Sammich

    A3 Mr. Lord Finesse

    A4 Bottle O' Moet

    A5 We Goin' To Sizzler!

    A6 Friday The 13th

    A7 Mallet Murder (Part I)

    A8 The Evans Family TV Set

    A9 Drug Rug

    A10 Intoxicated Skull

    A11 Caliente!

    A12 The Jumpy Tambourine

    A13 Dr. Boogie

    A14 Manatee

    A15 Groove Stuff

    A16 Skippy N' Jif

    A17 Mr. John Wicks / Drum Coffee

    A18 Jive Ass Coffee

    A19 Lou & Leo / Intermission

    B1 Popcorn Ceiling

    B2 Xylo-Crook

    B3 Needles N' Pins

    B4 Pseudo-Solo / Mr. Marco Polo

    B5 Mallet Murder (Part II)

    B6 Bill N' James' Excellent Adventure

    B7 Old Soul

    B8 Dribblin N' Droolin'

    B9 A Badd Trip

    B10 For Redd

    B11 What Snare?!

    B12 Headbuster

    B13 Black Tube Sox

    B14 Ride Or Die

    B15 The Soul Stomper

    B16 Ghostly Mood

    B17 Komodo Dragon

    B18 Truck Jewelry



    “33 KO’s at 33 RPM!”

    J-Zone’s fifth drum break library, Concussion Percussion, brings together the individual strong suits of its predecessors for an all-in-one groove blizzard, the NYC drummer’s most complete and versatile to date. 33 breaks deep, it’s nearly double the size of 2019’s Break Bonanza and 2015’s Backyard Breaks and just tips the scales over 2018’s Guerrilla Drums and the inaugural Lunch Breaks from 2014. After speaking with numerous producers and discovering each had a different favorite, J sat at the drums intent on putting a new spin on the best attributes of each one and throwing in some experimentation.

    The random commentary and human error of J learning his craft on Lunch Breaks shows up, but so does the eventual precision of Break Bonanza. The rhythmic and tempo experimentation of Guerrilla Drums resurfaces, but the hard-smacking one-two of Backyard Breaks also remains. Then there’s stuff unique to Concussion Percussion: free-wheeling mallet grooves, psychedelic ride cymbal effects and the “something outta nothing” use of crappy coffee beans for quirky snare drum sounds.

    With Madlib’s recent sampling of “Ode To Sloppy Joe” (from Lunch Breaks) on his single, “Road of the Lonely Ones,” the super-producer joins Broken Bells, Alchemist, Prince Paul, Marco Polo and countless others who’ve sampled J-Zone break kits. J has also done studio work for Danger Mouse (Karen O, Michael Kiwanuka), Lord Finesse, Binky Griptite (The Dap-Kings), Show (DITC), Pharoahe Monch, Adrian Quesada (The Black Pumas), DJ Nu-Mark and many more, in addition to his own bands (The Du-Rites, Manzel, The Zone Identity) and his tenure as the tour/studio drummer for soul singer Ben Pirani.