Sat 8:00 PM UTC-10Hawaiian BriansHonolulu, HI
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Time for a psychedelic journey through the Pacific! Secret SoPsyety is Hawaii's underground supplier for dark, trippy, spiritual, and cultural entertainment. Join us in the cosmic evolution of artistic expression!

18+ to dance and flow, 21+ to drink responsibly


Electron Room
Hawaiian Brian's
1680 Kapiolani Blvd,
Honolulu, HI 96814

Live art by:
Jim Murphy

LED performances by:
Royce Okazaki
Bradley Akana
Alyssia Anntonette

DJ sets from:
Chance King
Modus Operandi
Leen Esto
& Special Guest DJs

Artist Bios:
Chance King
Raised on Oahu’s famed North Shore in Hawaii, Chance King’s roots are deep in country living. He began Dirty Feet Crew (DFC) clothing company representing the “no shoes, no shirt, no problem” attitude prevalent in the islands. Persistent with his no-holds-barred upbringing, Chance had already been well connected to the island EDM scene, Playing the biggest festivals in hawaii with Wonderland Entertainment Group, Chance King has since shared the stage with artists such as Ghastly, Jauz, Yellow Claw, Marshmello, Aryay and Dr. Fresch, and has been featured on Hawaii radio stations 102.7 Da Bomb and KTUH 90.3FM, with appearances at internationally renowned clubs like Exchange LA, Sutra OC, Avalon Hollywood and Asylum Confidential. Also an ICON Collective graduate, combining the spirit of the ocean with the freedom of sound to build a repertoire of music to be heard worldwide.

Modus Operandi - Generally defined as method of operation. The path one takes. The Way.

Hailing from south Texas, Modus Operandi started his electronic music endeavor in Hawaii where he blends his natural love for psychedelic world music with the unique sounds of deep dark tribal house, techno, and trance. His sets are known to methodically flow through genres and most include a Latin twist throughout. Having shared the stage with the likes of Bro Safari, Rusko, Perfect Stranger, Riot Ten, Bear Grillz, Party Favor, Shane54, Doug English, Drezo, SoundSex and others as well as holding residencies at various underground venues in Honolulu, he's sure to strategize a formula to most any style of genre with his own take on the sound.

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Sat 8:00 PM UTC-10Hawaiian BriansHonolulu, HI
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The Dirty Feet Crew Boat Party is on! Come on a sweet booze cruise through Waikiki for the sunset to kick off the New Year! Live DJs on an awesome glass bottom boat! Super limited capacity. Tickets are available here:…

Or pay at the boat!
Jan 7 2017 4-7pm
T - Shirts will be available at the event

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Sat 4:00 PM UTC-101125 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96814-4902, United States
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it almost always feels like there’s one thing that you just can’t figure out when mixing music. What am I talking about? Mixing the low end, of course.
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What USB controller keyboard do you use?

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The #Ableton trivia gameshow #sxsw edition was a blast. #sxsw2015 #AbletonSpaces

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Wonderland Entertainment Group

ARTIST ANNOUNCEMENT #1 I think its time to release our first artist that will be performing at thus years Digital Wonderland! Don't miss the return of @borgore ...for his first ever outdoor Hawaii festival! Head over to now to reserve your ticket to this festival!

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Point Blank Music School

One for the guitar you have any bad music-related chat up/pickup lines?

Tsunami Music Group updated their status.

Hawaii's going to be raging this weekend!!!

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Win a massive prize bundle incl. KORG UK hardware + Samson monitors + a Point Blank course worth over £1400! ::

Brendan Long of Icon Collective demonstrates how to quickly create loops from a song's stereo mix, and then drop these loops into Ableton Live's Session View...
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Point Blank Music School

What speakers are you using in your studio?