Another subphonical Friday is upon us…Drum & Bass all night…See y’all at Mercury.
more info on Grym here:
Some strive for perfection, others strive to maintain it. Then there’s Little Dragon, the band who embodies that whole perfection jive. Amongst a sold out crowd, I’m fortunate to have witnessed the talents and auras that is Little Dragon. Exhilaration took over my emotions as they took the stage. I’m convinced that this has been among the highlights of my 2011. Some things come into your life at a perfect time, sans coincidences, since they really don’t exist anymore. Timing is everything and Little Dragon is just that: on time, in tune, and outrageously great at what they do. Probably one of the best live bands that I’ve seen in a minute. At no surprise, I was moved on how much they sound and play like their records, never missing a beat. The band’s chemistry is impressive, as they all take you on their own little journeys in the mind. And, if marrying a voice was ever physically possible, I would give Yukimi’s a fat diamond right on that C-Note of hers. Last night was true beauty exemplified through music and dance.
Please visit the following links for more info and pics by your favorite local journalists:
-Gary Chun: Review: Little Dragon at Next Door
-Tracy Chan: Party Pics: Little Dragon
oh, and just for kicks, watch these again, and again…
06-27-11 : Next Door Honolulu
I get the pleasure of spinning the tunes beyond my time, for the folks of Honolulu, Hawaii. It’s gonna be the best night of my life (for this week, at least)
To make things even more humbling, I am joined by one of the West Coast’s ‘tablist favorites, Vinroc (Triple Threat DJ’s / 5th Platoon).
Plaid or bell bottoms…? maybe both…
Thanks to the folks over at Space & Sound, we should be in for quite a treat. I’m pretty hyped to see what BM’s got in store for us. It’ll be an honor to share the same stage with the audio/visual conundrum, himself. Big Isle in effect!
…and more linkage:
DATE MOVED TO AUGUST 27TH, 2010. SAME TIME, SAME PLACE.
From their only self-titled album came an unforgettable force in the Hip Hop community. I am humbled before them, as is many others, as you should be.
Alex Farnham does the event justice…as usual
always on top of their game. Honolulu’s music scene isn’t the same without them.
“Aquadust” has made its way to the top of the charts over at your favorite local College radio station, KTUH 90.3fm.
The University seems to always hold down the heat. On many occasions, even. Thank goodness for hungry adolescent ears of young sleepy-eyed students of the islands. Study in the dusty air of the Earth. And, drink more water. it solves headaches.
Here’s to the end of 2009.
You may now download any and all sets of the entire night of July 31, 2009. More electronic goodness for those ears of yours. Listen to my other guilty pleasures of music…
Go here and follow the rules:
The Spacifics will be backing Creed Chameleon on a 45 minute set.
We go on at about midnight. Come and get your socks rocked off the planet.
A party for the ground under…
Buy Jae 82 shots of Patron…We’re on a mission…
Mr. Diesel invades Shock
If you ever wondered what else I do besides listen to and play hip hop, then wander aimlessly no more.
2009 continues to welcome me with open arms, ears, and minds, for the polar opposite of genres in my preference can and will display and unfold as it should, tonight. Inside the revamped ‘Xyloh’.
Artists like Yoji, Kamui, Scot Project, Dark By Design ring a bell? Probably not. Come and meet them face to face with a subwoofer, tonight. Inside the Holy X.
Bring a neck brace, just in case. Heads may nod to the death.
–It’s the last First of ’08, so wear your favorite TShirt today –
Places of Performances for today — December 5, 2008:
Metro Park (Ala Moana-near Nordstrom 2nd Floor)
-Four consecutive hours of beats and lyrics that will nearly
nod your head off. On two turntables, might I add…with real vinyl.
-Hit the jump for the Blog – - > MetroBlog
Your daily Disc Jock jabble,
Don’t forget December 12, 2008
The Taste of the Arts is back! This Friday, Sept. 19th, 6pm-10pm, will be your chance to taste the sights and sounds of Honolulu. Food, Drinks, Art, Music, Fun! Your attendance, among thousands of others, is needed. On the main stage…
Bringin the Hip Hop dish to the tables are…
Featuring Tassho Pearce
Plenty of parking all throughout downtown including Marks Garage and Smith / Beretania Lot. . Your typical First Friday galleries are open for your viewing pleasure. Stroll through the experience of taste. More info, go here Arts District Honolulu
See y’all on stage!