For 7 years now, PIMPBOT has been blaring infectious tunes out of Honolulu's nightlife capital: Waikiki. PIMPBOT's music caters to the audiences of Hawaii's booming tourist industry as well as its thriving underground music scene. In a world of cover bands, the band has always stayed true to their original material. Admit One carries humorous stories from everyday life - from having breakfast after a one night stand (the 2008 Hawaii Music Award-nominated “Thanks For The Eggs”) to driving with an empty gas tank (“Driving On E”).
The members of PIMPBOT are homegrown but well traveled, having toured various parts of the U.S. Mainland several times and expanding their fan base. Admit One blends the band’s acquired influences of reggae, dance rock, hard-core and rocksteady into their signature brand of ska/punk.
After receiving local award nominations and airplay on ska podcasts from all over the world, PIMPBOT presses on with their most unique release to date. Several songs from the album have already received airplay on Clear Channel's Star 101.9 KUCD-FM and the release will be followed by a supporting Canadian tour.
Produced by PIMPBOT.