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  • atypicalLIVING 6:03 am on May 29, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Homebreak x Ali’i Kamehameha New Era from Fitted 

    Another Saturday, another Fitted release.

    This one is extra special because this is a collaboration with superstar surfer & Waimanalo’s own Kekoa Cazimero.

    As part of a fundraiser for the Koa Tree Foundation, this set consists of a new shirt and Kamehameha Fitted, all in colors selected by Kekoa and photographer Zak Noyle.  

    The fitted is a black denim affair, with teal and pink stitching, a teal logo and underbill, white eyelets and pink button. The inside of the hat features a photo taken by Zak of murals found inside the bathrooms at Kekoa’s home beach, Sandy’s.

    The shirt is a pink deal with the same graphic from inside the hat used as the graphic fill for the FITTED logo.

    This is a limited edition affair and, like mentioned earlier, a portion of the proceeds will benefit Kekoa’s Koa Tree Foundation, which allows young surfers grants and scholarships to attend college in the mainland.

    Also, the graphic will be used later on in the year for a pair of Hurley custom boardshorts.  So, you could get a whole fit going together from this set AND you get to help some very worthy young surfers get their education on.

    This set is set to drop this Saturday at Fitted’s Kona Street headquarters.  Same rules apply, as always: first come, first served; park at Ala Moana; line up against the wall; come with the chill vibes, or don’t come at all.

    For more info on the Koa Tree Foundation, click here.

    For more on the set, check out FITTED HAWAII.

  • atypicalLIVING 2:51 am on May 29, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    FC x TH 

    B00C35_fullsizeThis collabo is definitely FTW, as it takes two of the hottest companies right now – The Hundreds of LA/SF and Flying Coffin of Seattle/HI – and brings them together on a shirt for the first time.

    Taking the DIY approach and indie mentality to this design, Jason selected the image of a split 7″ for the graphic.  This represents both the indie roots of the respective companies and the big role that music plays in the design, aesthetic, and message of both companies.

    Also, much like a limited edition 7″, this one comes in three different colors: green, orange and purple.  The green and orange colorways are available exclusively at The Hundreds retail locations in LA (Rosewood) and SF (Post).

    The purple version is only available at one place and that’s the Flying Coffin Store online.

    For more, check out Flying Coffin.

  • atypicalLIVING 7:41 pm on May 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    NEW! angry woebots x LS shirt at UNDIVIDED 


    Check out this dope new angry woebots x lightsleepers collabo shirt. This one is only available EXCLUSIVELY at the lightsleepers booth at UNDIVIDED this Friday and Saturday at the Blaisdell.

    Word on the street is there’s less than 50 on the island right now, so this is the definition of LIMITED EDITION.

    So, swing by the booth and scoop one up.

  • atypicalLIVING 7:43 am on May 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Anticon, , BEat Freaks, , , , , , , , , ,   



    If you haven’t been noticing the trend in the past couple of posts on atypical, there’s this gigantic Hip-Hop Expo going down this weekend at the Blaisdell.

    This is a serious expo with workshops, a film festival, open forums and events in all four of the elements going down for almost two full days. I’d spend time talking about it, but the huge ass pic of the Beat Freaks above, along with an appearance from SuperCr3w, NoCanDo, Ellay Khule, Jel, Rholi Rol, Rhettmatic, Jaba One, and a whole bunch of other peeps.

    lightsleepers massive all up in this with a booth and a sponsorship slot in this whole mess of hip-hop.

    I don’t know if you know this, but this is kind of a big deal.

    UNDIVIDED goes down on Friday from 3pm-11pm and Saturday from 9am-9pm.

    For more info, check out the GeneratioNXT website.

  • atypicalLIVING 7:33 am on May 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    ARTafterDARK: Remix 


    The Honolulu Academy of Arts will eb throwing down another awesome ARTafterDARK this Friday with “Remix” featuring the works of the recently juried “Artists of Hawaii 2009” show, the “Art of the Brick” featuring the awesomeness of LEGO.  You can check out some of the more epic LEGO pieces ever made and you can have the chance to create your own LEGO masterpiece.

    Also around is an artist co-op sale, featuring designs from Bradley Capello, Christy Chung, Lesa Griffith, Kamea Hadar, Alan Konishi, Mat Kubo, Mariko Merritt and Silas Stoddard especially for REMIX.

    Music will be provided by Chinatown favorites THE DEADBEATS and DJ DELVE.

    Food will be provided by the homies at TOWN Kaimuki.

    This all goes down this Friday at the Honolulu Academy of Arts on Beretania from 6-9pm. $10 to get in and free for members of the Academy.

  • atypicalLIVING 8:22 am on May 27, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Soul Clap feat. DJ Rhettmatic 

    soul clap

    It’s the last week of the month, so you know what that means… this Friday marks the return of your favorite Chinatown monthly: Soul Clap.

    This time it’s a bit more special, with special guest DJ Rhettmatic of the World Famous Beat Junkies throwing down a special set.  

    Of course, the usual menu of Jami, Compose, SSSolution & Eskae will be all up in the mix, keeping the floor rocking and your feet dancing the entire night. This one is guaranteed to be talked about for the rest of the summer. So don’t lie about being there, be there and experience it for yourself.

    This party is for those of age, so keep the youngins at home. It’s $5 at the door with an RSVP at DJ Eskae dot com.

    This all goes down at thirtyninehotel.  Doors open at 10pm and keeps it going until 2am, so check this out after you hit up UNDIVIDED earlier in the day.

  • atypicalLIVING 2:08 am on May 27, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    NEW! Fitted Hawaii “Light of Knowledge” tee & Camo Kam New Era 

    The Fitted Hawaii fam are back with another banger of a set, this time called “The Light of Knowledge”

    The shirt is unique in design.  Printed on black, and using silver reflective ink, the shirt displays Honolulu with light cast upon it, using shadows to spell out it’s intended message.

    Also part of this set is a new Kamehameha New Era. Camo crown, black suede brim and a teal Kam logo make this set a complete masterpiece.

    This is available now at the Kona Street branch of Fitted.

  • atypicalLIVING 7:19 am on May 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Trip The Lights this Thursday night 


    The return of Trip The Lights is this Thursday night at the Loft.

    In conjunction with the massive GeneratioNXT “Undivided” Hip-Hop Summit this weekend, the lightsleepers are resurrecting the OG Chinatown underground hip-hop steez.

    Headlining the event will be Project Blowed members NoCanDo and Ellay Khule aka The Rifleman, along with Anticon’s Jel.  Rounding out the card for the evening is the Bay Area’s finest and hawaii favorite, Joe Dub and OG lightsleeper DJ Jus Jones aka Jus1o.

    This all goes down this Thursday night at 10pm at the Loft. $10 gets you in the door, for those 21+.

    For more info, check out the lightsleepers.

  • atypicalLIVING 3:13 am on May 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Aloha Music Festival 


    Dig Lifestyles and Echelon Entertainment present Grammy winner Erykah Badu, along with national recording artist Goapele for a special music event called the Aloha Music Festival.

    Besides the two big names, there will also be performances by Kimo James, Nesian Nine, Tassho Pearce and Creed Chameleon.

    This is all slated to take place this Friday at the A

  • atypicalLIVING 5:01 am on May 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    GeneratioNXT Movie Premiere tonight 

    splashWhat good is a Memorial Day without a trip to the cinema? But, if you’ve already seen Star Trek and don’t want to waste money on Angels and Demons or that new Terminator flick, then I highly suggest hitting up Cupola Theatre at the Honolulu Design Center tonight for a mini film festival, put on by the GeneratioNXT folks.

    The mini film festival will showcase films that will be featured during the UNDIVIDED event at the Blaisdell Center this Friday and Saturday.  The films showing tonight are “Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme”; ‘Scratch”; ‘Beyond Beats and Rhymes”; and “BLING: A Planet Rock (Blood, Diamonds, and Hip Hop).

    This event is FREE and open to the public.  The films start at 7pm.

    For more info and for the synopsis for each individual film, check out the GeneratioNXT site.

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