The Gansevoort Hotel

You can find our custom-built "Mighty" Thumpers in each of the 186 rooms at the Gansevoort Hotel NYC - a destination luxury hotel in Manhattan’s historic Meatpacking District. With their tastefully appointed, travel-minded design, Thumpers are a natural complement to the hotel’s décor.

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My Favorite Place on the Planet: Kauai

July 11, 2016

If you've ever wondered why Thumpers carry so many exotic Hawaiian names, it's because it's my hometown. I was fortunate enough to be born and raised in Kailua (on the island of Oahu). But even though Oahu's my home, it's not my favorite island - my favorite goes to Kauai - otherwise known as "The Garden Island." And thankfully, my mothers side of the family is all on Kauai, and my Grandparents still have an extra bedroom. ;)When I want to travel, the first place that comes to mind is Kauai. Right after the 4th of July, I drove from San Diego to Los Angeles and boarded the first flight I could to Kauai for 2 days of complete bliss. Hiking pro tip:...

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Weekend Vibes (July 1st)

July 01, 2016

Hi All, I'm not going to start with the obligatory "it's Friday" nonsense. But hey, we've got a good holiday upon us. My immediate family has always been a huge fan of July 4th gatherings and glorious BBQ's. My sister and brother-in-law have already planned the meals last week - lucky me - I just have to drive out to San Diego from Santa Monica and enjoy the glory.In the meanwhile, here's what a few jams and mixes to power your Thumpers below:      

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Curious Provisions is #1 in Music on Product Hunt today!

June 28, 2016

What are my top 3 websites I visit everyday (externally from FB, ESPN, ...)? Reddit Product Hunt FourHour Blog And oh baby, we made the list with a bang! Curious Provisions is the #1 listed submission in Music on Product Hunt. It's never too late for an upvote - please check it out here --> Here's an excerpt of the submission below: Curious Provisions was founded on the simple observation that speakers have been getting ever-smaller, ever more geometric and minimalist, ever more unobtrusive. In other words: boring.We asked ourselves a few important questions: Where’s the personality or swagger in a sphere? A pill? A cube? Moreover, is a tiny plastic mold really the best way to experience music, arguably...

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