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The Beauty of Indie: On Re>olution II | The Multi-EP Launch of Monica Colet, Yanna Lopez, and Kysha’s Krew

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by Rhea Leorag

Images: MV Isip

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…)

Andreia – Kultura

“Hindi na tayo susunod sa daloy ng kultura
Nasaan na ang mga posturang makata?

Isigaw mo sa buong mundo
Ikaw ay hindi uurong
Tumindig at imulat ang iyong mga mata
At sa Diyos ang tinig, at wala nang iba

Tumalon sa kabilang dako ng ilog
Tumakbo patungo sa iyong paraiso
At diringgin…”

Astig na lyrics, astig na music, astig na banda. You definitely should see them live. \m/




Beyond the Great Wall

by Rhea Leorag

Imelda has been around for more or less three years in the independent music scene. They have competed in band battles, played in various gigs and shows, and within the past six months have released a couple of singles. Now it’s time for Jam Pascual, Diego Manzano, Miguel Feria, Vincci Santiago and Nash Ignacio to take the next step, with their EP set to be released in September.

Locked Out at Wombworks II- Something to Look Out For

by Rhea Leorag

If you’ve been lingering around Soundcloud lately, you might have heard of this 30-minute set recorded when a certain band’s vocalist, armed with a mic and a guitar, was left alone in Wombworks Studio, Marikina. If you haven’t, you should probably try and go looking for it. Or not.

In this set, called “Locked Out at Wombworks,” Roberto Seña, vocalist of rock band She’s Only Sixteen, sings a few of their band’s songs as well as samples of what will be included in their upcoming album.


She’s Only Sixteen is one of the newest additions to Universal Records’ band roster under Orion Entertainment. With a new sound mainly influenced by Arctic Monkeys and The Strokes, this five-piece band composed of Roberto Seña, Andrew Panopio, Anjo Silvoza and King Punetespina dubs their music as Garage Rock.