Stories — Updates
Hungry Ear's Last Day at University & King Location
Introducing: Aloha Got Soul, The Record Label (and the concept behind the AGS logo design)
Going Beyond The Groove for Honolulu's Newest Weekly, Metro
While I've been busy *not* updating the blog here, (sorry, folks!) I've been juggling a handful of other projects. Firstly, I've been prepping for the forthcoming Aloha Got Soul record label—which tentatively launches by year's end with the label's first release, a 7-inch single by Mike Lundy. The music's been mastered and went to the vinyl manufacturer last week, logo design is done, but there are still a few things left to take care of. Packaging, distribution, and likely a redesign of this website to accompany the label launch. Oh, and t-shirts. Gotta get some t-shirts printed up. Logo sketches...
Aloha Got Social: Now on Facebook on Twitter
Like what I do here? My mission is to share 1970s and 1980s Hawaiian funk/soul/jazz music with the world, but sometimes I don't have more than a moment to post something worthwhile. That's why Aloha Got Soul is on Twitter and Facebook. These social platforms let me share my thoughts with fans of Aloha Got Soul, whether I'm at the record store digging for Hawaiian LPs or kickin' it with fellow music lovers @lightsleepers. While you wait for the next blog post, interview, music video or album discovery... Connect with Aloha Got Soul here and here. Mahalo!
About page updated
Hey everybody, you can find out how/why Aloha Got Soul got its start by visiting the new About section. Plus, I update the Downloads page from time to time. Honolulu City Lights is up there now.