The LinnDrum visits The Current's studio

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Andrew Wood and Bionik talk about Roger Linn's LinnDrum and give it a test run. Then, funk evangelist Bobby Kahn shares some information on his Minneapolis Sound 2.0 event, which goes down Nov. 17-18. (Minnesota Public Radio)

Twin Cities funk evangelist Bobby Kahn is throwing an event called Minneapolis Sound 2.0 on Nov. 17-18. Since night one focuses on the influence of Roger Linn's drum machines, Andrew Wood, a DJ who goes by Naughty Wood, brought his LinnDrum to The Current to jam with DJ/producer Bionik.

Above, you can watch an edited version of their interview and jam session, and below, we've embedded their full jam.

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  • The LinnDrum visits The Current's studio
    The LinnDrum visits The Current's studio (Emmet Kowler for MPR)
  • The LinnDrum visits The Current's studio
    The LinnDrum visits The Current's studio (Emmet Kowler for MPR)
  • The LinnDrum visits The Current's studio
    Naughty Wood (left) operates the Moog Mother synth and Eurorack Pro RX1202FX mixer while Bionik (right) uses the LinnDrum. (Emmet Kowler for MPR)
  • The LinnDrum visits The Current's studio
    Prince's Love Symbol with the LinnDrum manual and a cassette of LinnDrum pre-sets (Emmet Kowler for MPR)
  • The LinnDrum visits The Current's studio
    Nerds pose with the LinnDrum. Back row, l-r: Cecilia Johnson and Andrew Wood. Front row, l-r: Bobby Kahn and Bionik. (Emmet Kowler for MPR)