SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 2014
BAR 35 (35 N. Hotel Street, Honolulu, Hi)
Cover: $5 / 21+
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DJ Competition continues. This time it’s time for the ladies to take over the stage. LADIES, ENTER TO WIN CASH PRIZE $250.00. Space is limited so enter now ! Winner competes in Finals on Nov 29, 2014 for $500 Cash. You will be judged on the following:
-ABILITY TO MOVE THE DANCE FLOOR
-SHOWMANSHIP AND STYLE
Tell all your friends and fans and see you at Bar 35 !
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**UPDATE: We’re back with KORE on Friday, August 29! After this month, we’ll be holding the event every other month. See you again in October!
At KORE, Nephilim Halls Productions goes back to our roots with music by artists like Apoptygma Berzerk, NIN, Wolfsheim, VNV Nation, Birthday Massacre, Joy Division, Tool, Oomph, Bjork, Ministry, Peter Murphy and more.
Dance if you want to, or just lurk around and have a drink or three.
Cover: FREE before 10:30 pm, $5 after.
21 and over are welcome.
Doors open at 9pm
**$5 JAMESON drink specials all night!
This month only: Special gift certificate & body jewelry giveaways from our friends at ROCK STAR TATTOO!
Military “Battle Buddy” Discount: Pay one cover, get one free with Active Service or Retired ID. Must enter at the same time.
D2 Discount: Fourth person in groups of four gets in free. Must enter at the same time.
Hawaii’s first Horror Ball, inspired by the Portland Horror Ball, was held at NextDoor on Friday, August 15 in celebration of all things horror, from classic films, literature and art to fashion.
Appearing at the Horror Ball were metal band Aphesis (formerly Reverie) and the current Count Dracula and Miss Vamp, along with a horror costume contest (congratulations, Dana of Cosmic Koi for taking the prize with his dark angel outfit!) and a fashion runway showcasing the work of Kreative Art Services (Robin Pullman), Darkly Darling (Erica Antoine) and Hunter Vain.
DATE/TIME: FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 2014
LOCATION: NEXT DOOR – 43 N. HOTEL ST.
TICKETS: $20 ADVANCE OR $25 DOOR
Tickets go on sale in June 2014.
Hawaii’s Horror Ball, inspired and supported by Portland’s Horror Ball, is a celebration of all things horror, from the classic films, literature and art that makes us shiver with dread to more modern, mindblowing psychological and bio-horror. Join us and the rest of Honolulu’s dark denizens for:
A HORROR FASHION SHOW with some of Hawaii’s most creative and artistic local designers. Read our interviews with
- Kreative Art Services (Robin Pullman)
-Darkly Darling (Erica Antoine)
Plus an appearance by this year’s MISS VAMP HAWAII & COUNT DRACULA HAWAII
Live music by Mark Smith and his metal band APHESIS (formerly Reverie)
A HORROR COSTUME CONTEST with a $100 cash prize.
DJs Nocturna, Dark Cloud and Shadowfaxxx spinning the best of dance music (post punk, dark 80s, industrial and more)
And theatrical performances by Cruel Theatre Company, aka Taurie Kinoshita and her cohorts, performing site-specific, environmental pieces!
Robin Pullman’s Clive Barker-inspired styles will be bringing a visceral, visually tempting presence to the runway of the first Horror Ball. The dichotomies of her themes and inspirations make for a unique perspective that can only come from the mind of someone constantly in motion and constantly pushing her own creativity. We asked Robin for insight on her methods, influences and love of costuming.
* Catch all three of our featured designers, Darkly Darling, Hunter Vain and Robin Pullman at the First Annual Hawaii Horror Ball, August 15 at NextDoor! *
NH: What was the first article of clothing you ever designed?
Robin: When I was around 8, I used to take clothes that I didn’t like and Frankenstein them into something I thought looked good. The first one I can remember was a pair of 80′s acid wash jeans that I cut holes in, then closed some of the holes up with bows and sewed other pieces of fabric underneath the holes. Looking back, it was probably pretty awful, but very creative.
When and how did you become interested in making your own fashions?
Ever since childhood, I have had an interest in art of all kinds. To me, creating clothes and accessories were just another art form to play with. Even though I created pieces growing up, it wasn’t until I started my own burlesque troop, called Frills and Thrills Burlesque Revue, that I became deeply interested in making my own fashion.
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