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Happy new year Celestials! We’re back with our first Spotify Playlist of 2019 – and what a killer batch of tracks we’ve got this time! We’ve chosen to ride the all-devouring SoMe wave that is the 10 year challenge. In other words: we believe these songs released in 2009 still stand the test of time. And remember; if you agree please do “follow” our playlist. Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on each track. And while you’re at it – please make us all very happy and follow our artist page as well.

Hep Celestials! We’re back with our monthly updated Spotify Playlist. Biodata nama pemain pandawa di sinetron mahabharata antv youtube

This time it’s a collection of rainy Danish songs designed to make your autumnal particularly wet. As always our September Spotify playlist consists of tracks we’ve been listening to this past month – not necessarily what we’re inspired.

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Yet another update on our Spotify Playlist. We are most certainly very happy with our picks this month and we really hope you find something you like. As always our August Spotify playlist consists of tracks we’ve been listening to this past month – not necessarily what we’re inspired.

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And remember; if you like our picks please do “follow” it. Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on this months tracks. And while you’re at it – please make us all very happy and follow our artist page as well. Summer is upon us and we’ve put together a little mixtape for those warm nights – just for your listening pleasure. You’ll only find quality music on this list so kick back and let us ‘DJ’ you through that tan as it’s spreading across your face. Our June Spotify playlist consists of tracks we’ve been listening to this past month – not necessarily what we’re inspired. And as always; if you like our picks please do “follow” it.

Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on this months tracks. And while you’re at it – please make us all very happy and follow our artist page as well.

Greetings Celestials! You’re about to embark on a musical adventure of almost limitless joy and exciting findings as you’re fixating your ears upon our April Spotify playlist. It consists of tracks we’ve been listening to this past month – not necessarily what we’re inspired. And as always; if you like our picks please do “follow” it. Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on this months tracks. And while you’re at it – please make us all very happy and follow our artist page as well. So I thought I’d just take you through a quick rundown of all the bells and whistles that make the rhythm train go choo-choo.

My primary kit with CS is a DW Collector’s Satin Maple. It consists of 10”+12” racks and 14”+16” floors, as well as a 22” bass. It is indeed my favourite kit, and it’s perfect as a session kit also, as it overall has such a diverse sound that it fits just about any genre. I use a 6×14” DW Collector’s series bronze as my primary snare. It’s loud and sensitive, like myself, so we’re a perfect match for each other. It’s one of the most prized possessions in my drum arsenal, and I take it with me to pretty much any session I play.

Also, I never grow tired of watching people pick it up, as it’s super heavy! Hardware wise, I also use DW – There is simply nothing more reliable out there! I have both a 5000 and 9000 series double bd pedal, but I found myself going back to the 5000 one, as it fits my playing style more at the moment. But I’ll probably take the 9000 out on the next tour and show it a good time.As far as woods go, I’ve played with just about every brand that is out there – though for me, nothing beats (pun intended) the Vater 5B or Fusion sticks (depending on the session). For the rock and heavy oriented stuff, I use the 5Bs, and for the more ‘light’ stuff I use the Fusions. Vater all the way!

For cymbals I use a lot of different brands, depending on the session. For my current CS-setup, I’ve grown quite fond of the Istanbul Xist series, as they’re very loud and crispy sounding, and they fit the overall sound landscape nicely. I have a 18” and 16” crash on my left and a swiss 18” on my right, as well as a 20” china on the far right. Up front there’s an 8” china, plus a 6” splash. In this setup, I also use a Sabian 20” Stage ride, which I’ve been using since my mid teens – a long time ago!