DRMAGDN, a multifaceted musician based in New York City’s West Village, excels as a drummer, DJ, live electronic music performer, producer, and music director. His impressive resume includes performances at prominent events and venues such as The Winter Olympics, Lollapalooza, Warped Tour, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Metlife Stadium, Bamboozle Fest, MTV’s TRL, AOL Sessions, The View, The Today Show, and Royal Albert Hall. With tours spanning 31 countries and 43 US states, DRMAGDN’s music features on over 250 records. He’s also made a visual impact, appearing on Times Square billboards and NYC building sides. Recognitions include entry into the Sick Drummer Hall of Fame and a spot on Blender Magazine’s “Best Drummers of All Time List.” AllMusic has praised him, stating, “DRMAGDN must be heard to even be believed.”

DRMAGDN’s creative control extends to writing, recording, and producing his tracks and remixes. His digital footprint is remarkable, with over 3 million views on YouTube, more than 1 million Spotify plays and 25,000 monthly listeners, 3 million Instagram views and 350,000 followers, 2 million SoundCloud plays, and a combined 12 million views on TikTok across his and influencers’ profiles, where he enjoys 200,000 followers. His live streams regularly attract over 100,000 viewers. In total, DRMAGDN boasts over 21 million plays/views and more than 700 verified followers across various social media platforms.

His latest hit, a cover of The Beatles’ classic “Something,” has surpassed 8 million views/streams. You can watch the official music video for “Something” by DRMAGDN here:

The track is also available for streaming on SoundCloud and Spotify at the following links:


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