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  • atypicalLIVING 6:48 am on May 29, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Grip H, , , Jake the Snake, , ,   

    The (last) Next Movement 

    This is it.  Jake the Snake is retiring at the top of his game.

    The Final Edition of the Next movement goes down this Saturday night.  For the past couple of years, Jake has always brought in an eclectic mix of music, art and fashion into the Chinatown nightlife scene.  And the Next Movement has gotten acclaim from media, both print and blog.

    And now, it’s coming to an end.  But, before sounding the death knell, Jake the Snake will send out one final salvo as a thank you to everyone that has stepped into the Next Movement.  And what a final strike it will be.

    The musical guests will span the present and future of Hawaii hip-hop.  Headlining the event is the present mogul of Hawaii hip-hop, Tassho Pearce aka EMIRC.  Besides being one of the dopest MCs in the state, Tassho is also the creative force behind the Flip The Bird clothing line and has done collaborations with Evidence from Dilated Peoples, DJ Q-Bert, and Run Athletics for the highly publicized FTB x RA collaboration shoe.

    Opening for EMIRC is the Future of Hawaii hip-hop, the Perfect Median.  Juan P and Grip H will be bringing their melodic soul samples, razor sharp wit, showmanship and style to an eagerly anticipating audience.  They’ll be accompanied by the infamous DJ Bumblebee.  They already killed the Next Movement once before, and have been on a tear since, releasing leaked track after leaked track, getting Hawaii prepped for the future.  And the future is looking bright.

    Speaking of the future, the fashion portion of the Next Movement will feature the future: students from the HCC Fashion Department and UH Manoa’s APDM Department will be displaying their work on the Next Movement catwalk.  Also on display will be the fashion of The Street Society.

    The art for this month will be handled by Hawaii nightlife’s most visible photographer, Honozooloo.  What does he have in store for the Next Movement?  Swing by the show and find out.

    As always, DJ Mr. Nick and DJ Fame will be holding it down.

    The Final Next Movement takes flight this Saturday night at Next Door.  Doors open at 9pm. $5 presale tickets are available via genuineHI.com, otherwise, it’s $10 at the door.

    On a personal note, the atypicalLIVING crew wishes Jake the best of luck on his new endeavors in Seattle.  Congrats on the new job and we got peoples in Seattle to link you up with, so you won’t be without a scene for too long.  It’s sad to see people leave Hawaii, but it’s awesome to see them move up in the world.  Jake/genuineHI started about the same time as we did here at atypicalLIVING, so it feels like we’re losing a sibling in a sense.  But, we know that the positive lifestyle that Jake promoted will continue to live on in the scene thanks to the efforts of genuineHI.

    It’s not a eulogy, but a celebration.  So, swing by Next Door this Saturday nights and live the positive lifestyle one last time with the genuineHI crew.  atypicalLIVING will definitely be in the building for this one, so you better be there as well.

    For more info, go to genuineHI.com

     
  • atypicalLIVING 7:47 am on January 23, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Catherine's Closet, Coppe, , Grip H, , , Leah Evans, , , , Urban Nomad   

    The January Edition of Next Movement 

    This month’s edition of The Next Movement features the launch of a new bi-monthly magazine for the fashionista and fashionista-in-training: DISfunkshion.  The magazine will have it’s premiere edition available Saturday night, so be there to go cop that.

    A tradition like no other, the Next Movement fashion show will feature the latest from Leah Evans, Urban Nomad, and Catherine’s Closet. The fashion show will be DJed by the one and only DJ Mr. Nick. Speaking of DJ’s, Cookiehead Jenkins will also be throwing down Saturday night, as well as Coppe, the Hawaii native turned Japanese sensation. The live performance aspect of the evening will consist of Perfect Median (aka Juan P and Grip H) and their soulful sounds.

    Ryan Greenly assumes the duties of featured artist this month. If you haven’t checked out his work at any of the recent groundUP art shows, you’ll be in for quite the surprise.

    As always, the Next Movement takes off at 9PM, every last Saturday of the month at Next Door. $10 gets you in and it’s strictly a 21+ affair.

    For more information, check out the genuineHI website.

     
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