Never forget rhythm

It’s important to show an appreciation for rhythm. I was raised on the sound of drums. I have recently started to embrace this by grabbing any drums I can find. Here is a quick pic of my recent finds. 

We have a conga, some bongos, claves, a kalimba, tambourines, shaker, frame drum and a caxixi. I feel like this was one of the best decisions in my life. If you make music but only work with electronics I would highly recommend you incorporate some live rhythm into your setup. Feel free to hit me up with any questions or suggestions. 

If you own any cool drums or instruments please share a pic or names in the comments section. 



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All we need

In this life there are two kinds of people. Those who talk about it and those that do it. Let’s be people of action.

In an attempt to increase the positive vibes around I have been reading books focused on art and zen. I stumbled across the Art Of Peace by Morihei Ueshiba. A few pages in and it has me floored. There are really some amazing passages here. I highly recommend this to anyone reading. I plan on sharing some of the cool things I find on my path. Let’s begin now.