Oleksii Doroshenko

Druga Rika

Oleksii Doroshenko

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About

Paiste Artist Since
August 2017

Nationality
Ukraine

Main Affiliation
Druga Rika

Follow Artist

„I have been a part of the Paiste family for a long time and I am incredibly proud of it. The artists who enormously influenced on me as a drummer have been using the same instruments. That makes me absolutely delighted! Paiste adds those accents and tones that we’ve been looking for our music for a long time. Apart from this, I’m just happy sitting behind my kit!“

Setup

Videos & Pics

Alexey Doroshenko (Ukrainian PAISTE Artist) Live.jpg
Alexey Doroshenko (Ukrainian PAISTE Artist) Live 3.jpg
Alexey Doroshenko (Ukrainian PAISTE Artist) Live 4.jpg
Alexey Doroshenko (Ukrainian PAISTE Artist) Live.jpg
Alexey Doroshenko (Ukrainian PAISTE Artist) Live 3.jpg
Alexey Doroshenko (Ukrainian PAISTE Artist) Live 4.jpg

Biography

Оleksii Doroshenko is a Ukrainian rock-musician, co-founder and drummer of the rock band Druga Rika. Оleksii had taken a part in recording of seven studio albums of the band, and has performed live on tours and festival shows. Druga Rika is a rock band that formed in early 1996 in Ukraine. The band's sound is described as a combination of various genres, including new wave, post-punk, brit-pop and indie-rock.

Setup Cymbals

  • Details

    Sizes: 18", 22"
    Volume: Medium
    Weight: Medium

    Sound character: Dark, warm, strong, exotic, sizzling, earthy. Wide range, slightly complex and dense mix. Fairly soft, responsive feel. Great for explosive, strong, dark accents. Complex, washy ride sound. A modern China cymbal with a wide spectrum for various musical applications. “The China is nearly smooth”, states Vinnie Colaiuta.

  • Sounds
  • Details

    Sizes: 8", 10"
    Volume: Medium
    Weight: Light

    Sound character: Warm, airy, snarling, silvery. Fairly wide range, complex mix. Soft feel with a very responsive, explosive splash sound. Low tuned effect cymbal for lively accents in moderate volume. Well suited for hand-playing. Vinnie Colaiuta explains: “They are sweet, they are these kind of punctuation marks in the background.”

  • Sounds