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A few weeks back I stumbled across Alpin Drums, a percussion/performance group.
When I booked the ticket I realized one of them was the percussionist from The Stimulators, a favourite band of mine.
So expectations where very high but easily matched by the guys on stage.


They where using everything from milk cans


to rubber toys and plastic tubing


and even swimming noodles



The whole set is here.




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The first one is my favourite. Thanks for showing us, Andreas. :) 

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Great stuff, captures the atmosphere of the performance well.

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