Sounds

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Sounds / Lily Meola

by Cash Lambert “Powerful, haunted, retro-sexy and soulful”: these are some of the ways that Lily Meola’s music has been described. The Maui native, with light hair and mesmerizing green eyes, began singing ...

Kala Brand Presents Makua Rothman

"Music is in my blood." Kala Brand Ukuleles presents a look at how Makua Rothman's Hawaiian roots infiltrates his swanky, rhythmic music in this month's #sounds channel. Focusing on quality and value has helped...

Common Kings / Lost in Paradise

What does waking up early to check the conditions at Ehukai, sitting in Town traffic, having a bonfire at Keiki Beach, getting ready for a night out in Waikiki and driving the lush East side all have in common? Lost in Paradise, the new album from the regga...
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Kala Brand Presents Landon McNamara

Kala Brand Ukuleles presents in this week's #music channel a glimpse into the psyche of the North Shore's own Landon McNamara, whose album A Dollar Short & A Minute Late reached #1 for reggae on iTunes as w...

Sounds with Noah Beschen

What’s your favorite album, Noah? I’ve been listening to the Weekend’s new album Starboy, it’s pretty sick. Been playing any song on repeat lately? I’ve just been listening Goosebumps by Travis Scott f...

Single Day + Music Only Tickets for Wanderlust O’ahu!

Coming just for the music? Want to experience the festival for one day? We've got the tickets for you! By day, world-class teachers and experts have filled the schedule with classes and workshops to make you sweat, think, and dive deep into your practice. T...

Sounds / Rebel Souljahz

By Chelsea Jarrell They’re the boys from Waipahu, on the island of Oahu who realized they had an affinity to harmonize. Full, overlapping voices as compatible as the tightly wound friendships on stage and behi...

Sounds: Zion Thompson from The Green

by Chelsea Jarrell Driving down Kamehameha Highway along Oahu’s foamy coastline while salty-skinned, strummed notes from The Green’s sweet reggae guitar echo from the radio: “She was the best ‘caus...