Mike Marcinowski

Mike Marcinowski
Mike Marcinowski

#PaperTrails self titled record available on bandcamp

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Mike Marcinowski

Finding some classic sounding heavy guitar riff-ness in my Model D synth. The high schooler in me is LOVING IT

Mike Marcinowski

Hi, today we are looking at ways to stretch your memory and focus using two bar phrases from Ted Reed’s Syncopation for the Modern Snare Drummer. This interpretation via the great Bob Gullotti. Thanks Bob!

Loving this amazing pickup from @kreung_cambodia 

Shoutouts to Chakriya for bagging up some of the tastiest noodle soup I’ve had! #blessup #chilipickle

Mike Marcinowski

Loving this amazing pickup from @kreung_cambodia Shoutouts to Chakriya for bagging up some of the tastiest noodle soup I’ve had! #blessup #chilipickle

Sandy and I made it back to #vote. 

Shoutouts to all of the young poll workers for stepping up and making things run so smooth at our local polling place. 

SEE YA ON THE OTHERSIDE

Mike Marcinowski

Sandy and I made it back to #vote. Shoutouts to all of the young poll workers for stepping up and making things run so smooth at our local polling place. SEE YA ON THE OTHERSIDE

Mike Marcinowski

Amazing light today coming through the stained glass window in the entryway of our airbnb in Greenfield Ma

Mike Marcinowski

Sandy and I are on Lake Michigan for the month of August. See ya!

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1619 as a series is amazing, and this episode does such a great job illuminating the debt that popular American (read - white) music has to black art forms. This history and legacy is important, especially to me as a white drummer. Take a minute and listen ❤️

Mike Marcinowski

Def worth a listen. . . . 1619 as a series is amazing, and this episode does such a great job illuminating the debt that popular American (read - white) music has to black art forms. This history and legacy is important, especially to me as a white drummer. Take a minute and listen ❤️