So I've always assumed it was depicting a hand that's about to scratch on turntables, but I've never seen an explanation to verify, anyone know for sure?
The Piecelock 70 logoStarted 7 months ago by Instrumentalist / toggle topic info
It's the letter P in sign language actually.
Ah cool, so simple. Thanks!
Well, you're not the only one who didn't get it.
When Thes first started shopping around for companies to produce the merch at least one (well-known) manufacurer of hats turned him down saying they wouldn't produce anything depicting a "gang sign"...
(If I recall correctly Thes told this story and also explained the origin of the Piecelock name on Peter Agoston's 'The House List' Podcast. Can't remember which one of the 2 episodes it was however, so you'll have to seek it (links) out yourself this time.)
Yeh that is a hilarious story - the "peace lock" nemesis of the warlock
I always thought it was fingers snapping.
Posted 6 months ago #
"That's the Piecelock... he's here for your piece...."
Posted 5 months ago #
I never would’ve guessed where the name “Piecelock 70” came from. That was a hilarious story.
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