It was an intimate Valentine’s night at Craft Coffee Revolution – a budding place for gigs and other small gatherings around Katipunan. Gathered up were musicians, listeners, friends, parents; virtually people of almost all ages all excited to hear fresh music from independent artists in the collegiate music scene.
Here’s a quick recount of what made the night special: (more…)
“Give me a reason not to make a fool out of myself
Give me a reason, no, not to give in
Just reach for the nearest lips, it’s a quick fix, but it’ll get you through tonight
Do you really want me? Cause I can get you through tonight…”
Artist: End Goliath
(David Tan, Dan Quiaoit, Sam Wijangco, RJ Dimla, Raf Marquez)
“Runmanila brings in a new sound through rock guitar riffs and simple drum beats blended with electro synthesizers, drum machines, and four-on-the-floor beats. All of these, combined with their arsenal of knowledge in electronic music, pump up the crowd in different bars and cafes they perform in.”
“I’m singing this song in hopes that we’ll be
Holding hands again
No need to pretend
That time will help us mend..
I love you till the end..”
Dying to Meet You
Artist: She’s Only Sixteen
Roberto Sena (lead vocals, guitar)
Anjo Silvoza (bass)
Andrew Panopio (guitar)
“Status Magazine hailed the promising band She’s Only Sixteen as one of the five Filipino bands one should know because of their distinct sound. The band, composed of Roberto Sena (lead vocals, guitar), Anjo Silvoza (bass), Andrew Panopio (guitar), and King Puentespina (drums), is all set to release their debut single Dying To Meet You, under Orion Entertainment and distributed by Universal Records.