Protection Racket, makers of some of the world's best 'soft' drum cases, just keep on signing some of the finest drummers on the planet, from chart toppers to the pick of the ones to watch.
Among the new Protection Racket artists are Chris Wood of Bastille, George Daniel of The 1975, Tim Trotter of Feeder, and Adam Topol of Jack Johnson.
Chris Wood, the man behind the distinct rhythm and beat based sound of Bastille, voted Best Breakthrough Act at the Brits 2014, is now using Protection Racket cases to protect his drum kit. Bastille's album 'Bad Blood' spent six moths in the top ten of the UK charts and was the highest entry, ever, for any new British band in the American charts.
The 1975, with their drummer George Daniel, have also enjoyed a recent number one album in the UK charts. George has been laying down the groove for the band since their beginning and will find his new cases a perfect fit for the job in hand.
Tim Trotter, drummer with rock bands Feeder, has also recently joined the Protection Racket artist roster. Tim has a wealth of recording, live and touring experience and will need the hardwearing and tough Protection Racket bags for his busy schedule.
Chart topping singer songwriter Jack Johnson's regular drummer is Adam Topol. His musical journey has taken him round the world and earned him platinum success as part of the Jack Johnson Band and Protection Racket is confident he will find his new cases are up to the task.
Among the new and up and coming bands becoming Protection Racket endorsers are critically acclaimed Beasts' drummer Tom Wood plus Jack Williams, drummer for the five-piece up and coming multi-instrumental band Nimmo and The Gauntletts.