00:38? Seems like a perfect time to brush up on extended 11th jazz chords and effective vocoder use.

Ask me if I give a shit.

I took a picture of our stand-in drummer’s kit at tonight’s show and the flash went nuts. It looks like a photo from the 1800s.

I took a picture of our stand-in drummer’s kit at tonight’s show and the flash went nuts. It looks like a photo from the 1800s.

Just chillin’ in my totally rad digs.

Just chillin’ in my totally rad digs.

I took a panoramic shot of my home studio and it makes it look massive.

I took a panoramic shot of my home studio and it makes it look massive.

I *believe* I’ve finished a mix for my wedding band’s demo.

…Having said that, what I believe and what’s true are very different things.

"But Halloween costumes are supposed to be scary."

Well living in Hernán Cortés era Spain is no walk in the park, let me tell you.

"But Halloween costumes are supposed to be scary."

Well living in Hernán Cortés era Spain is no walk in the park, let me tell you.

New bass strings! I’m slowly fixing up all of my gear in preparation for a new record I’m *Slowly* working on.

I’m also going to finally get off my arse and get a bunch of videos made for my last record “Scarecrow”.

Massive shout to my string sponsor Dovetail for sending me these new strings and just generally being awesome.

*Shows mother funny internet video*

*She asks questions throughout entire video, drowning out the funny*

Mother: “I don’t get it.”

To add a mic hole to your front kick drum skin, simply detach the skin, then carefully cut around a cereal bowl using a Stanley knife.

Works like a charm and allows a mic to be used to record the kick or lift it in to the PA if you’re playing live. 

If your cutting isn’t too good, use duct tape to reinforce the dodgy edge and prevent the rip from spreading across the skin.

To add a mic hole to your front kick drum skin, simply detach the skin, then carefully cut around a cereal bowl using a Stanley knife.

Works like a charm and allows a mic to be used to record the kick or lift it in to the PA if you’re playing live.

If your cutting isn’t too good, use duct tape to reinforce the dodgy edge and prevent the rip from spreading across the skin.