Since leaving Los Angeles, brothers Heth & Jed have turned on millions to their unique sound as they transform public spaces into sound labs using live looping and an array of effects to explore sonic textures never before heard on the streets of N.Y.C. The brothers perform over 200 street and subway shows annually.
The boys popped out to musical parents, spending most of their youth stuck backstage at the Hollywood Bowl listening to their classical flute playing father rip it up with the L.A Philharmonic. In those early days, Godfather David Carradine was always hanging around the house, as were musical legends Dizzy Gillespie, James Taylor, Jackson Brown and others jamming and smoking weed with their parental units in a tiny apartment off of Lincoln Blvd. That contact high has continued to this day.
Hardcore Heth & Jederz memorize their favorite Heth and Jed songs, make their own Heth & Jed jackets, stickers and posters and track the band from show to show, subway station to street corner. But you can also find the dudes playing indoors and touring regularly.