If you nerd out on enough drumming videos on YouTube you may have come across Carter McLean. Besides playing with Charlie Hunter and the Lion King on Broadway, Carter puts out some great YouTube content. His videos are very popular amongst his viewers, but he doesn't have nearly as many subscribers as his playing warrants.
Carter's videos are simple and to the point. There's no superfluous nonsense, such as unneccessary theme music, and titles like "Are YOU making THIS drumming mistake that will RUIN YOUR LIFE?!", or "Do these THREE things to get the gig with Beyoncé." Most of them are just videos of him playing along to recordings or demoing new gear (of which he seems to find a lot of cool niche stuff).
I stumbled across this video yesterday of Carter trying out some Bovid heads, which appear to be hand constructed animal skins heads, made in the same fashion as hand drum or frame drum heads. The video is supposed to be about the heads, but Carter plays some really nice stuff. So, on a lazy Saturday afternoon I figured I'd jot a bit of it down. I often like to transcribe things like this that have no immediate context to a piece of music. I feel like it opens up the possibilities for personal application a bit more.
Anyway, here's a few bars of Carter playing, starting around 4:08 in the video below.