Recording Studios from Honolulu’s past

An absorbing piece of research!!

Aloha Got Soul

From July 7 through July 9, 2017, the Smithsonian Asian American Pacific Center will host ʻAe Kai: A Culture Lab on Convergence at the former Foodland space in Ala Moana Center. The 3-day art exhibition features 50+ artists and practitioners from Hawaii and beyond. This is a markedly different project for us, and as participants we are honored to have this opportunity to find new ways of presenting Aloha Got Soul and the stories behind this music we’ve been digging over the years.

Learn more about ʻAe Kai at http://smithsonianapa.org/aekai.

We’ve entitled our ‘Ae Kai contribution “Sounds of Hawaii”, a photo series documenting recording studios that once existed in the Kaka’ako, Ward, and Ala Moana areas.

This is an ongoing project that Leimomi and I started working on after returning from Japan in late May. As a disclaimer, I must add that this project does not attempt to encompass all of the…

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