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  • atypicalLIVING 1:57 pm on August 5, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ARTS at Mark's garage, , , , Kavet The Catalyst, , Oliver Twist, Space & Sound, TEEBS, Trav15,   

    TEEBS at Mark’s garage for First Friday 

    This Friday at the ARTS at Mark’s Garage, L.A. beat maker, artist, and all around nice guy TEEBS will be displaying his artwork in the first ever exhibit by the Space & Sound Collective.  The exhibit, called “Space & Sound” will feature TEEBS original work, along with work from Aaron Lee of MyCryptonauts, Be@k-o3, Gary Saito, and Alika Pfaltzgraff.  Also featured will be the music of Oliver Twist, Kavet the Catalyst, and Trav15.

    At 9pm, there will be a special screening of Dublab’s “Secondhand Sureshots,” looking at LA beat-makers use of sound recycling. Following that will eb a special performance by TEEBS and Vezzen.

    All this goes down this Friday night at the ARTS at Mark’s Garage (1159 Nuuanu Avenue) in Chinatown during First Friday. The First Friday event runs from 5pm-9pm and is free tot he public. The “Secondhand Sureshots” screening and live performances after 9pm are a $5 cover.

    For more info, check out http://www.spaceandsound.org

     
  • atypicalLIVING 11:30 am on June 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Bishop Museum, , , Kavet The Catalyst,   

    If Not Now When festival at Bishop Museum 

    If Not Now When is the opening festival for the STILL PRESENT PASTS exhibit that’s opening at the Bishop Museum this week.  The exhibit focuses on Korean Americans and “The Forgotten War.” This exhibit showcases artwork, films, performances, and archival footage, that explore the memories and legacies of the Korean War.

    The art and music festival for peace and justice is the opening performances for the exhibit. Featuring Paula Fuga, Linus, Kings of Spade, Black Square, DJs Eskae and Capecod, Youth Speaks Hawaii slam poetry team, Kavet the Catalyst and Nomasterbacks, alongside Korean American Hip Hop artists Denizen Kane and Skim.

    This looks to be a packed night of performances sure to set the tone of the exhibit.  This all ages show goes down this Saturday afternoon at the Bishop Museum.  Show starts at 530pm and goes until 930pm.  There’s free admission to Bishop Museum, so definitely make your way down there.

    For more info on the STILL PRESENT PASTS exhibit, check out http://cmahawaii.org/

     
  • atypicalLIVING 6:32 am on April 12, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    atypicalLIVING Covers: Split Obsession Grand Re-Opening 

    Been a while since I did some event coverage, so here’s some flicks from the Grand Re-opening of Split Obsession at Ala Moana.  The shop is (finally) in a location that speaks to the type of clientele that they’re trying to reach with their art, clothing, and toys.  The event also featured Philippe Anthony on the live painting, Kavet The Catalyst and JABAone on the 1’s and 2’s, a Candy Bar (with help yourself peanut M&Ms…) and good vibes all around.  it was great to see the meshing of so many different cultures in one spot. It was quite refreshing.

    Big ups to Bruce and Erica for re-opening the shop and for continued success.  Happy to have been down since day one.

    Check out the Split Obsession crew at http://www.splitobsession.com

    Check out the rest of the photos at the atypicalFLICKR.

     
  • atypicalLIVING 7:11 am on April 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Split Obsession Grand Opening this Saturday 

    Come celebrate the grand re-opening of Split Obsession at Ala Moana.  They’ve relocated to a higher profile spot at the mall, sitting right in front of the entrance to Neiman Marcus.  The celebration will feature the live painting skills of Philippe Anthony and the musical stylings of Kavet the Catalyst.  Along with that, there’s 15% off on everything in the store (excluding artwork) and there’s giveaways and a goodie bag to the first 25 people to make a purchase.

    This all goes down this Saturday from 5-8pm. For more info, check out http://www.splitobsession.com

     
  • atypicalLIVING 7:02 am on March 15, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , DJ Green Lantern, , , Kavet The Catalyst, , , , , ,   

    Nas / Green Lantern / Q-Bert at Waterfront 

    The first big Spring Break concert is going down this Friday night as hip-hop legend Nas will be rocking the stage at the Waterfront at Aloha Tower.  He’ll be bringing DJ Green Lantern with him, as well.

    Speaking of legends, the legendary DJ Q-Bert will be doing what he does best, live on stage.  Also on the bill is Tempo Valley with Creed Chameleon, Tassho Pearce and the Spacifics, Kavet the Catalyst, and live art from the groundUp Pirates.

    This goes down this Friday night at Aloha Tower.  This is a 21+ show, so leave the kids at home. For tickets, check out Honolulu Box Office.

    For more info, check out http://skyhiproductions.com/

     
  • atypicalLIVING 7:40 am on March 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Kavet The Catalyst, Mo Illa PIllaz, Myka 9   

    MYKA 9 in Hawaii 

    Myka 9 from Freestyle Fellowship will be in town for a couple of performances.  First up is a performance this Friday night at Next Door (43 Hotel St.) along with Mo Illa Pillaz, Creed Chameleon, and Kavet the Catalyst.  He’ll also be performing this Saturday night at Jazzminds Cafe.  Both night should be awesome, and worth your time in checking out.

    For more info, check out http://www.myka9.com/

     
  • atypicalLIVING 7:22 am on February 17, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    NEW! lightsleepers x LOFA benefit shirt 

    Chinese New Year was this past Sunday, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy it somehow.

    Help LOFA get to Comic Con in San Diego by picking up this new, limited-edition lightsleepers shirt. Featuring a decidedly Hong Kong kung-fu flick feel to the script and the traditional red/black/gold colorway of the Chinese New Year celebration.  This one is something you’re gonna rock the whole year.

    Plus, you get the fun feeling of sending LOFA to Comic-Con, where he can pick up even more toys, get his legit Mexican food on, and take pics with stormtroopers and Olivia Munn.

    You can find out more info about this on the lightsleepers site, LOFA or KTC’s blog. You can also find this shirt at http://www.eleshawaii.com or at in4mation. We thank you for your support.

     
  • atypicalLIVING 7:48 am on February 12, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    The annual lightsleepers Love Song Mixtape post 

    I know I posted some of these songs last Sunday on my personal blog, but I’m gonna do my own little mix again, as part of the lightsleepers tradition of rocking a Love Song mixtape for February 14th.

    So, here goes my list. You can also check out the other lists being brewed up by LOFA, KTC, and Newkon.

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    Your Touch – The Black Keys: Of Course, I’d have to start it off with something rocking. This song, if you watched Zombieland, comes up at the romantic peak of the movie.

    Nothin’ On You – B.o.B feat. Bruno Mars: Ummm… I just like this song haha. Those beautiful girls… they got nothin’ on you, girl.

    I Wanna Be – Avant: Now, we getting serious. I think this song speaks to the lover in all of us. Especially those that have to prove a point to make sure that they won’t hurt the other like the previous person.

    A Song For You – Donny Hathaway: See the above description and apply it to this song too. This songs hits al the right emotional points and should demonstrate the way how a love song should be sung. I love you so much, that’s why I’m singing this song for you, girl.

    Pretty Wings – Maxwell: This song speaks to me like I have to let you go to make your life better. No better love than one who lays his best interests in the better interest of another. I love you a lot, but I know there’s someone that can love you better, so I want you to be free and find yourself, hopefully finding that person in the process.

    Or it can just be a dope song. Whatever.

    Slow Dance – John Legend: This song reminds me of just chillin’ on the couch with your beloved and just reminiscing about all the dope times, making more memories along the way. Life is about making those moments you remember, not really dwelling on the petty stuff.

    Knocks Me Off My Feet – Stevie Wonder: “There’s something about your love, that makes me weak… and knocks me off my feet.” SING IT STEVIE!

    Dance with Me – Intrigue: Everyone has that song that reminds them of 9th grade prom/formal/dance/whatever. This is that song for me. When listening to this song, imagine trying to dance with one of your close female friends, all while trying to stare at her forehead.

    (They Long To Be) Close To You – The Carpenters: It’s Homer and Marge Simpson’s wedding song. How can you not think this is romantic?

    A Little Bit – Drake and Lykke Li: For some reason, when I think of a particular person, this song plays in my head.

    Pretty Brown Eyes – Mint Condition: When this song comes on, you know it’s time to get the slow dancing started.

    You Make My Dreams Come True – Hall and Oates: Did you watch 500 Days of Summer? I feel the same way walking out of my house when I hear this song. I think any woman that can have that affect on me is definitely wifey material. Serious.

    And that’s my mix this year. Hope you enjoy it with someone you love.

     
  • atypicalLIVING 6:29 am on October 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Kavet The Catalyst, , , , , The Hammer Bros., , TKO   

    KTUH 40th Anniversary Hip-Hop Concert 

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    Come celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Hawaii’s ONLY alternative, as the KTUH crew celebrates with a FREE concert at Manoa Gardens, on the campus of the University of Hawaii.

    Flip The Bird‘s own Tassho Pearce and newest member Creed Chameleon will be performing along with the Spacifics. Also playing will be The Deadbeats, NoMasterBacks with Kavet The Catalyst, The Audible Lab Rats and The Hammer Bros. KTUH DJ TKO and many others will be blessing the wheels of steel throughout the night.

    This event is slated to go down this Friday night on the campus of the University of Hawaii, Manoa. The event starts at 5pm, goes until 10pm, and is FREE to everyone over 18.

    For more info, check out KTUH at http://www.KTUH.org

     
  • atypicalLIVING 5:03 am on November 21, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Ant, Atmosphere, , , , Kavet The Catalyst, , Rhymesayers, , Slug,   

    Atmosphere this Saturday night 

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    Slug and Ant bring their Minnesota charm and Twin Cities appeal to Pipeline Cafe this Saturday night in the biggest hip-hop show this side of Thanksgiving.  The Rhymesayers will be in the mix, along with Hawaii’s own Creed Chameleon (with the Spacifics) and chief lightsleepers Kavet The Catalyst.

    This is a rare event, as Hawaii has really struggled as of late with trying to get major urban acts out here, but somehow the BAMP guys keep doing it, exceeding all expectations.

    To catch a piece of this fire, check out Atmosphere at Pipeline Cafe this Saturday night.  Doors open at 9PM, so this one isn’t for the little kids.  For more info, check out BAMP Project.

     
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