I filmed a cover of Blink 182’s ‘Hearts All Gone’ from their newly released album ‘Neighbourhoods’ and released it on YouTube. I kept recording covers for some of my other favourite tracks for a while until I decided to try something different and record drum medleys. Starting with a medley of some of my favourite Blink 182 drum parts randomly thrown together I decided it could be done better and moved on to medleys that chronologically progress. The first chronological medley I attempted covered every Fat Wreck Chords release from their beginning as a label up until the time of recording. I thought it would be cool to try and capture the progression of the label and it’s artists and put it all together in a short video that would also test of my drumming ability. I was lucky enough to score my first ‘viral’ video and was completely blown away with the response. From then I decided that drum chronologies were the way to go and put together another for Epitaph Records. These two videos were quite long with the Epitaph video being the longest at about 20 minutes long. I decided that realistically no-one would want to sit down and watch a drumming video for 20 minutes so I came up with the concept of a 5 Minute Drum Chronology, where a self imposed limit of 5 minutes is put in place to cover a single bands entire catalogue. Starting with Green Day as the first 5 Minute Chronology I have also covered bands such as Frenzal Rhomb, NOFX, Rise Against, Strung Out, Blink 182, Pennywise, Foo Fighters, Chris Duke and the Royals, Lagwagon and The Offspring.