Bamp Project

The Dropkick Murphys live at The Republik

A sold-out crowd packed into the Republik for a one-night-only concert by the popular Celtic punk group from New England, the Dropkick Murphys.Known for encouraging audience participation during their shows, band members interacted with the crowd throughout the performance, and…

Party pics: Iron Bartender Finals

The Hawaii bartenders who made it through the three preliminary rounds and into the finals went head-to-head on Tuesday night for the Bacardi Oakheart Iron Bartender Finals at The Republik, a test of skill, speed, originality, personality and creativity. The…

Party pics: Pepsi Pro Bowl Party w/ SNDCLSH

The SNDCLSH, a collaboration between world-famous rapper, DJ and producer Lupe Fiasco and DJ Sky Gellatly, made their Hawaii debut performance, playing everything from electro and club hits to hip-hop to an enthusiastic crowd at The Republik on Friday night,…

Party pics: DJ Shadow

DJ Shadow, perhaps best known for his work with experimental hip-hop and creative sampling, played a set to a room crowded with fans (many of whom were musicians and DJs) on Friday night at The Republik. Rather than play the…

Republik Music Festival

The Republik Music Festival by BAMP Project returned for a second year Saturday with an amazing lineup of bands at Kakaako Waterfront Park. Steel Pulse once again headlined the event with Slightly Stoopid, G Love and last minute additions Detour…

Spotlight: Steel Pulse headlines Republik Festival

Reggae group Steel Pulse returns to Hawaii for the second consecutive year to headline BAMP Project’s second annual Republik Music Festival. Last year, 7,000 people braved intermittent showers for the six-hour show that culminated with an amazing set by Steel…

The Airborne Toxic Event

With whispers of the The Airborne Toxic Event rumbling through media channels, what do you do? Run? Hide? Outfit yourself with masks, oxygen tanks, and flee for the hills?No. You do what the crowd at Hawaii Theatre did on Saturday…

Party pics: Point Panic Music Festival

Rock/reggae band Pepper — originally from Kailua-Kona — was part of a spectacular lineup of acts at Saturday’s Point Panic Music Festival at Kaka’ako Waterfront Park Amphitheater. The BAMP show also featured Dub Trio, Iration and was headlined by Sublime…

Party pics: Incubus

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