Rhythm (music magazine)
It is available in major retailers throughout the world, can be bought online and has licensed editions in other territories. The magazine features gear reviews, artist interviews, playing tutorials, event coverage, news and features every month.
In May 2010 Rhythm launched its new website www
In August 2010 Rhythm launched an online poll to find the Greatest Drummer of the Last 25 Years. After more than 100,000 votes, Slipknot’s Joey Jordison was crowned as the winner, having taken more than 38,000 of the votes. In response to the award, Jordison told Rhythm: “This is bigger than a Grammy to me! You people keep me alive, I can't thank all of you enough. To all the Rhythm staff, thank you, you are amazing! Thank you to my family, friends, all the amazing drummers I was in company with, without them I wouldn't be here either and last but not least, all my brothers in Slipknot! Thank you all again!"
Rhythm celebrated its 25th anniversary in its September 2010 issue. The issue included birthday messages from drummers including Nick Mason, Chad Smith, Joey Jordison, Mike Portnoy, Terry Bozzio, Stewart Copeland, Vinnie Colaiuta, Neil Peart and Nicko McBrain.
As well as interviews, news and gear reviews, Rhythm also contains a tuition section and CD full of a wide range of musical styles each month. As of 2010, recent how to play lessons have included tracks by artists such as The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Kasabian, Fleetwood Mac, Rage Against The Machine, Aerosmith and The Ramones. The Rhythm CD also features guest lessons from top artists, with previous lessons coming from Will Calhoun (Living Colour), Dave Mackintosh (Dragonforce) and Johnny Jenkins (Lily Allen). Jason Bowld (Pitchshifter/Slaves to Gravity) also presents a series of lessons called Double Kick Drills.
Editor - Chris Barnes
Art Editor - Dave Tupper
Production Editor - Chris Burke
Staff Writer – Rich Chamberlain
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