In this episode of B-Side HNL, we continue our search for Hawaii’s most creative beat-makers and producers as they battle head-to-head in Beatroot 2016’s Second Qualifier, presented by Lightsleepers.

From there, it’s off to the Honolulu Museum of Art School, for a one-of-a-kind “wearable art” fashion show known as the Fibermorphic Fashion Show.

Also featured is Morgan Faverty‘s dreamlike four-minute film “We Can Hula”, which proves that paradise is a state of mind, plus music videos by the likes of The Coathangers (thanks, HIP Video Promo!) and Eli-Mac (courtesy of Conrad Lihilihi).

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Written by Shawn "Speedy" Lopes

I am a lifelong Honoluluan whose true calling is to tell the stories of others, whether through photos, film, video, audio or the written word. Here is a collection of my works – some previously published in periodicals like Billboard, the Honolulu Advertiser, Honolulu Star-Bulletin and Honolulu Weekly, though most of what you read or view here has never been seen before.

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