THE DARKROOM should gain fans outside of their Kona hometown with the release of a new, self-titled EP.
Local singer/songwriter Johnny Helm talks about his latest release.
The Whatever Underground is focused on making a difference in Hawaii’s thriving indie music scene.
Instead of asking questions, Pulse blogger Sabrina Velazquez answers a few before her Hawaii Theatre gig this weekend.
This month’s “Top 4″ lineup is my favorite yet — Clones of the Queen, Monarx, ALT/AIR and The Jump Offs.
The Nashville Songwriters Association International helps all songwriters — even those based in Hawaii.
The entire 7-track EP by the local indie band is more than worthy of listening to back-to-back.
Shawn Livingston Moseley, Brandon Apeles, Michael Cooper Knapp and Kevin Jones help keep Hawaii’s music industry moving.
Participating in an open mic night can be a scary experience, but it’s all part of learning to be a better musician.
Shawn Livingston Moseley continues to put his efforts toward cultivating up-and-coming artists.
Not only is Candy Diaz musically talented, but she’s also a really nice person who loves all things creative.
There are all kinds of things going on this week on Oahu that I am looking forward to.
Guitarist Neal Chin has the gift of being a musical chameleon and continues on that path with Broke Aesthetic.
After three years of showcasing adult talent, Bret Shimabuku’s “Rising Melody” open mic now focuses on teen performers.
Many tend to wear a good thing out, but Gnarwhal is ending their musical journey at an all-time high.
I am a sucker for the sound of a banjo.
Born in Iran and raised in New York, hip-hop artist Navid Najafi now calls Hawaii home.
To describe Kevin Jones as a busy guy is probably an understatement.
More often then not, some of the most interesting people are those closest to you.
I thought that instead of narrowing it down to one topic this week, I would share a few things going on at the moment.
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