Hawaiian House is the first video from the series about future music culture called 'Panton X.' Expect two videos a month from locations around the world; topics ranging from music to art to fashion to parties.
This first video is about the House scene in Hawai'i. Hawai'i's premier rave and club promoter, G-Spot , put Hawai'i on the map by bringing Carl Cox to spin at the 1999/2000 New Year's rave in Honolulu. Greg Dehnert (aka G-Spot) aside from being a DJ and promoter, also hosts a radio program for the college radio station KTUH and produces his own House tracks. He is one of the pioneers of the rave scene in Hawai'i and helps make up for lost time by inviting the pioneers of house music to spin at his parties in order to educate the locals.
Small and secluded, cut off from the rest of the world and living in a limbo somewhere between a tropical paradise and an urban jungle, the scene in Hawai'i is surprisingly and unreasonably elitist. Nevertheless, Hawaiian ravers seem to enjoy themselves. Check it out and decide for yourself.