06.02.13 by Jeff

POW WOW MINI MIX

oahu pow wow mini mix by jeff hamada

I made this mix for Pow Wow. It’s dedicated to all of you – all my friends in Hawaii, and all of you around the world. If you’re gonna be on Oahu I’ll see you soon! Otherwise open a window, turn this up, close your eyes, and imagine you’re coming too. Oh, and you better download it before it reaches the limit! Enjoy.

DOWNLOAD IT HERE: mediafire.com/?s24cg21ggkagf9i

I posted the full track list on Soundcloud, bonus points if you know where the two audio clips are from! If you like it, pass it along!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • super nice!

  • Bacon

    sweet cover art! ..gonna listen to the mix now!

  • Mahalo.

  • Sarah Blum

    that mix was AWESOME!!! i listened twice through. thanks so much for sharing!

  • Ms. Smart

    cool boom. thanks.

  • Love that graphic of Sandys and rad mix, see you soon!

  • Drew

    Step 1- Download all Jeff’s mixes.
    Step 2- Put all 4 in one playlist.
    Step 3- Have a party.

  • Becca

    I feel dumb…how do I download this? It’s great!

  • Shane

    Is that a bio dome clip? Or what other Paulie Shore movie does he say “keep on cruisin” ?





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