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WW Honolulu: Aloha Got Soul with DJ Mermaid, DJ Mr. Nick & Timo Lee ‐ Worldwide FM
  • WW Honolulu: Aloha Got Soul with DJ Mermaid, DJ Mr. Nick & Timo Lee

    Debut WW Honolulu show with Roger Bong of Aloha Got Soul. This episode nods to the power of independent radio by showcasing local DJs who are making waves in Hawaii’s community at KTUH and Hawaii Public Radio, two longstanding independent radio stations that consistently broadcast good music and quality programming to the islands. Featured this…

    Debut WW Honolulu show with Roger Bong of Aloha Got Soul.

    This episode nods to the power of independent radio by showcasing local DJs who are making waves in Hawaii’s community at KTUH and Hawaii Public Radio, two longstanding independent radio stations that consistently broadcast good music and quality programming to the islands.

    Featured this episode is an excerpt from Roger Bong and Hideki Yamamoto’s tag team set at the Soul Time in Tokyo party at a-bridge in Sangenjaya.

    DJ Mermaid 

    DJ Mermaid is a college radio veteran at the University’s of Hawai’i’s only radio station — KTUH. Part time DJ, full time mermaid; when she’s not on-air you can find her tag-teaming a DJ set in town, or down by the ocean on the North Shore.

    DJ-Mermaid-web

    DJ Mr. Nick

    DJ Mr.Nick is the most eclectic DJs Honolulu has to offer. He hosts a weekly radio show called “Bridging the Gap” on NPR member station Hawaii Public Radio, and is a founding member of the Honolulu DJ collective: Kitchen Music Society.

    DJ Mr Nick by Shuzo Uemoto

    Timo Lee 

    Originally from Taipei, Taiwan, Timo Lee started her first club DJ residency late 2008 at thirtyninehotel (a nightclub by DJ Harvey and Khoie) in Honolulu. She is currently the resident DJ and co-owner at Bevy, a popular bar and nightspot in trendy Kaka’ako.

    Timo Lee photo

    Aloha Got Soul 

    Aloha Got Soul is a blog-turned-record label with a mission of bringing rare and unknown music of Hawaii to the surface, as well as contributing to the diversity of Hawaii’s music scene and strengthening its reputation in the global music community.

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