The American Museum of of Paramusicology (AMP) is home to a unique archive of audio recordings, musical scores, books, photos and ephemera pertaining to spiritual imagination and metaphysical tradition in American music history. Directed by Matt Marble, the AMP synthesizes a network of media which explores this history and archive as well as the living practices of contemporary artists and metaphysicians. The podcast Secret Sound offers over 40 audio documentaries on visionary American musicians. The AMP Journal ("brilliant and humbling," Paris Review) offers curated writings, interviews, and exclusive archival content. While Buddhist Bubblegum ("groundbreaking work," New York Times) and forthcoming books offer case studies and historical surveys through archival research. Consider becoming a subscriber today. 

The best way to experience the AMP is by becoming a subscriber. You'll gain access to the AMP Journal, the Secret Sound podcast, audio programs, and more. Curious, but want to know more? Please, explore the AMP's FREE offerings: listen to one or more episodes of the Secret Sound podcast or read the first issue of the AMP Journal.  You can also explore the AMP's archives. 

* This is a hand-to-mouth operation, so to all who support this work, donations are hugely appreciated: