Archive for August, 2010



The Annas Show

by on Aug.21, 2010, under Uncategorized

Thanks everyone for coming out last night (8/20) to Anna’s! The show was amazing and it was rad to see so many old faces. There were near 300 people who came to the show and everyone I spoke to had a great time. Big thanks to SMITZ, FALSE CRACK, 13th LEGION, HELL CAMINOS and PIMPBOT FOR ALL PLAYING AN AWESOME SHOW! Coffee Talk show is this Friday (8/27) and I think it will also be a fun night. Hope to see everyone again. Aloha and Mahalo, 86 List. PS-To buy the new album be sure to check out itunes, cdbaby, or digstation. We are hoping to have hard copies of the album in Hot Topic within a month, so check back for updates. For more images from the show, check out the pics page here!

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New Album ‘Respect’

by on Aug.05, 2010, under Uncategorized

The 86 List celebrates their 11-year anniversary with the release of their fifth full-length album, “Respect.”  The night is sure to be a blast with a rare set by The Hell Caminos, the up and coming False Crack, and one of Honolulu’s rare gems, SMITZ and Pimpbot. The show kicks of at 9pm at Anna Banana’s August 20th.  5 dollars, 21 and up.  There will also be a second show at the historic all ages venue, Coffee Talk with Golfcart Rebellion, No Image and more ($5, 8pm Aug 27)

Forming in 1999, 86 List played their first show in 2000, while Josh86 and Derek86 were still in highschool. “86 list” refers to a list in a coffee shop where Josh86 worked on the North Shore while he was in high school. It was a list of things missing from the shop’s inventory, and alludes to the 86 List’s songs’ lyrical content, which concerns things that are missing or should be missing from society. For the last decade the band has been a committed to the raw politic-ism that can be found in the bands that have most influenced them, such as The Clash, Bad Religion, and Operation Ivy. The band has focused on rare subjects not typically covered by Hawaii bands including issues surrounding The Asian Development Bank, police brutality, overpopulation, and teenage pregnancy to name a few. Disaster, the bands first cd, was released in 2001. It has been followed by Our Neighborhood (2003), Tattoo (2004), and 86 (2007).  “Respect” continues the thematic with songs that nod to First Lieutenant Watada, Civil Unions, and the ubiquitous subject of unity.  However, their lyrics on this record also reflect a maturity and consciousness of a band that has grown older in an ever changing music scene. “Respect” also reflects on the sometimes bittersweet nature of friendship. At one point Josh86 exclaims, “Cause I got more bad memories with friends than with my enemies, A fact I’m looking to replace with memories that I can embrace.”

Over the years The 86 List can be credited with some of Honolulu’s most memorable musical moments. Otto and the band have put on multiple productions of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Josh86 has worked tirelessly as a promoter and front man of both The 86 List his other band Black Square to support the live music scene.

Album is available for download on Digstation.com, Itunes, and CDbaby.com to name a few

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Locally the album will be available for purchase at both events, and ongoing at Otto Cake 1160 Smith St. Honolulu, HI 96817

August 20th
Anna’s 2440 S. Beretania Street
(808) 946-5190
doors at 8pm
$5 21+
bands: 86 List, Pimpbot, Smitz, Hell Caminos, False Crack
genre: Punk, rock

August 27th
Coffee Talk
(808) 737-7444
3601 Waialae Ave
8pm
$5 ALL AGES
Bands: 86 List, Golfcart Rebellion, No Image, ODM

contact: Josheightysix@gmail.com or Serena Hashimoto at 808.637-2377

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