mutemath in japan :: tight with extra groove sauce

February 11, 2010

Sometimes I post philosophically challenging rants about theology and church methodology.  Sometimes I write about my personal growth as a father and husband.  And sometimes, I just want to get down with my bad self.  Enjoy…

Mmmmm…  As a drummer, I’m awed by the tightness of the groove.  Like a machine, but not machine-like.  Wowza.  I don’t hate that at all.

Thanks much to Kyle Reed, a 20-something church/media up-and-comer I follow and appreciate.  I found this clip on his blog today > here.  Kyle  just hooked up with the 8Bit network (ChurchCrunch, ChurchIT, ChurchCreate, ChurchDrop), a nuclear blast of awesome resources and information about the convergence of Church and Tech.  Click the links and LEARN STUFF.


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Psalm 24:7 & Luke 10:42 >> Like David, and Mary, I'm in pursuit of my one thing. I'm the Pastor at St. Olaf Lutheran Church in Montgomery, IL. Pastor, teacher, writer, communicator, designer, and drummer. I definitely got the better deal in my marriage to Amy. And I couldn't be any more proud of my five amazing boys. Deeply grateful.

2 responses to mutemath in japan :: tight with extra groove sauce

  1. LOVE IT! Never actually heard them before…keep meaning to pull up some You Tube of them or something but haven’t taken the time. Very Cool.

    • Yeah… they are amazing. You’ve heard some of their stuff before, I’m sure… Check out the song “Plan B” on iTunes. I just can’t believe how TIGHT their rhythms are. That drummer blows my mind. Yummy.