Long Beach - Phat Drum Circle
Nestled along the sun-kissed shores of Long Beach, California, where Juniper Ave meets the rhythmic pulse of Ocean Blvd, a vibrant gathering known as the "Long Beach - Phat Drum Circle" comes to life. This monthly rendezvous transforms the beachfront into a haven of beats and community spirit, drawing in locals and wanderers alike.
As the sun begins its descent, casting hues of orange and pink across the Pacific horizon, the Phat Drum Circle begins to form. Against the backdrop of crashing waves and the salty sea breeze, Myrin New steps into the center, his Djembe cradled in hands that seem to know the language of rhythm intimately.
The atmosphere is laid-back and inviting, a fusion of beach vibes and the primal energy of drumbeats. Drummers from all walks of life join the circle, creating a diverse ensemble that mirrors the eclectic spirit of Long Beach. The rhythm is not just heard but felt, reverberating through the sand and resonating with the heartbeat of the ocean.
Myrin's Djembe takes on a life of its own, guiding the collective energy with a combination of finesse and power. The beats are phat, bold, and infectious, drawing in passersby who can't help but be lured into the rhythmic spectacle. The drum circle becomes a living, breathing entity, a testament to the unity found in shared beats and shared moments.
As the night unfolds, the Long Beach - Phat Drum Circle becomes a celebration of music, community, and the magnetic allure of the oceanfront. It's not just a gathering; it's a sonic journey that transcends the ordinary, leaving a rhythmically imprinted memory on the sands of Long Beach. And as the last beat fades into the night, the echoes linger—a reminder that in Long Beach, the heartbeat of the city often finds its rhythm in the Phat Drum Circle by the sea.