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10 best house Documentaries of all Time

From Chicago and New York to the world By Angie Terrell House music has a legacy unlike any other genre of dance music. Born in Chicago in the ’80s, the style grew outward to Detroit, New York, the UK, Paris, South Africa, and all points in between, and, some 30 years later, it’s touched just…

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Korg Kaossilator Pro+

The Kaossilator series was the forerunner of unique instruments that made it easy for anyone to play musical melodies and phrases. The KAOSSILATOR PRO, which appeared in 2010, was an updated model featuring a rich variety of sounds and loop recording functionality that made it not merely a live performance instrument, but also a track-making…

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If you’re interested in handmade and experimental musical instruments, I’d suggest finding a copy of Gravikords, Whirlies & Pyrophones (and also the follow-up, Orbitones, Spoon Harps & Bellowphones).  It’s a book/CD combo written by Bart Hopkin, the publisher of Experimental Musical Instruments magazine and an avant-garde musician himself.  Bart Hopkin is awesome, his book Musical…

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