I stand corrected. According to Lynn Piccoli as well as Auntie Mariaʻs comment,
There are 2 other companies in Hawai`i which still distribute Hawaiian music, and both are located on O`ahu. Pacific Hawaiian (Waipahu) and Music Craft (Aiea).
So there are three distributors of Hawaiian music on Oʻahu. But with the demise of Aloha Music International, the number of artists outside established distribution networks has grown.
Which also leads to a certain level of frustration for customers who want to buy Hawaiian music recordings.
Retail venues for Hawaiian Music on Oʻahu include Barnes & Noble at Ala Moana, Target stores, Native Books, Hungry Ear Records, Harryʻs Music Store. On the neighboring islands, retail outlets include Basically Books in Hilo, Paradise Music on Kauaʻi, and Request Music on Maui. There are more independent retailers throughout Hawaiʻi who carry Hawaiian music, and it would be valuable to have a directory. Wouldnʻt that be a natural project for the Hawaiʻi Academy of Recording Arts (HARA) to develop and maintain?
Online retail sources include mele.com, mkaloha.com, Amazon.com, the iTunes Store, I suppose Google Play is in play (?), and CDBaby. Are there other online sources that Hawaiian music fans should be following?