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Itʻs Going Down

August 4, 2010 Leave a comment

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Space & Sound Exhibit Open Now

The show is officially open, running now until September 3rd. Please check out our opening event this First Friday, August 6, 2010 at The Arts at Marks Garage in Downtown Honolulu. 5-9pm features music by Oliver Twist, Kavet The Catalyst, and Trav15.

After 9pm there will be a showing of Dublab’s Secondhand Sureshots documentary and a special performance by Teebs and Vezzen. All ages, $5 after 9pm. For presale, please email info@spaceandsound.org.

Please explore the rest of this site for more info on Teebs, Secondhand Sureshots, My Cryptonauts, B3ak03, Vezzen, and more.

This Is Actually A Magazine.

September 12, 2009 Leave a comment

Brutal.

KTUH Redesigned

August 25, 2009 Leave a comment

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It’s all green en shit.

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Suggestions For A Man In Need

August 17, 2009 Leave a comment


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US

July 25, 2009 Leave a comment


Straight out of Los Angeles comes NOSAJ THING taking instrumental hip-hop and electronic music into the future. Signed to Daddy Kev’s Alpha Pup Records, Nosaj Thing has released his debut album “DRIFT”. After working with Kid Cudi, and remixing the likes of Flying Lotus, HEALTH, Radiohead, and STS9, Nosaj Thing has been touring across the US and ASIA to promote his new album, continuing on to Europe after his show in Hawaii.

Pre-sale tickets  at peanutbutterandghosts.com

Shifting The Power Struggle

July 6, 2009 Leave a comment

“Sperm cells have been created from a female human embryo in a remarkable breakthrough that suggests it may be possible for lesbian couples to have their own biological children.

British scientists who had already coaxed male bone marrow cells to develop into primitive sperm cells have now repeated the feat with female embryonic stem cells.

The University of Newcastle team that has achieved the feat is now applying for permission to turn the bone marrow of a woman into sperm which, if successful, would make the method more practical than with embryonic cells.

It raises the possibility of lesbian couples one day having children who share both their genes as sperm created from the bone marrow of one woman could be used to fertilise an egg from her partner. ”  -Telegraph.co.uk

In related news, I learned everything I know from the University Of Newcastle