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Harry Parch

Harry Partch: Woodworker and Composer

Back in the 1990s, in a cramped out of the way basement deep in the bowels of San Diego State University, I got to hear a pure, mathematically perfect musical interval for the first time. The sound came from a pump organ, modified by musical heretic Harry Partch.

Cajon Slave Pedal

KickStrap in the News 2018

KickStrap now attaches to any Slave Pedal. Many drummers are embracing the ease of percussion drum kit set ups. Using a Cajon with a mini hi hat and/or woodblock struck with a kick drum pedal is a great solution to lighten your load. KickStrap is the essential tool holding these slave pedals from sliding forward. […]

Janes Addiction

Jane’s Addiction Prep ‘Ritual de lo Habitual’ 25th Anniversary Concert Film

The 90-minute concert film features the entire Ritual de lo Habitual performance as well as other Jane’s Addiction cuts, all mixed in 5.1 surround sound. Ritual de lo Habitual Alive At 25 will be available in multiple formats, including Blu-ray, CD and vinyl.