Banna Harbera is one of my favorite bands at the moment, and you’ll understand that so well especially if you’ve seen them perform live. They sound the same, even better, in person—and don't even get me started with Yzay's singing. This amazing band—composed of Yzabel Torres (vocals), Jake Masigan (lead guitar), Justin Mendoza (bass), Patrick Felipe (drums), and Katrice Reyes (keys)—is known for their hit songs like

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We can all admit that it'a definitely hard to make it big in music, but now there are more opportunities than ever before. With tools like SoundCloud, you can easily upload your music, follow other people who are uploading theirs, and connect with other artists. Soundcloud has been a platform for young musicians to get started and promote their music. So it's no surprise that some

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Coming all the way from Lucena City, Tone of Rapture is an indie band composed of young musicians who have performed alongside the biggest OPM bands in the country, such as Up Dharma Down, Mayonnaise, Silent Sanctuary, and Itchyworms. Tone of Rapture was formed in 2015, with members Harvy Reyes (guitar and vocalist), Roi Ruedaz (guitar), Mikko Rezano (guitar), Godman Araya (bass), and Adrian Menor (drums).

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Callalily new music video for single Ex was recently released—and it ups the game for local MVs. The band featured four real-life ex couples, with relationships lasting from three months up to almost three years. If you can just imagine meeting your ex after a long while, you’d understand their reactions caught on camera. But at least, the band assured that no hearts were broken in

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It’s amazing how our indie music scene is continuously growing—it just proves that OPM is not dead, despite numerous accusations from people who do not even know how to appreciate local music. Slowly but surely, we're getting the attention that our artists deserve. And amidst the breakout of OPM bands, these female indie artists stood out, defining the true essence of girl power:  Coeli [caption id="attachment_16058" align="aligncenter" width="960"]

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It’s the first time we’re hearing Unique Salonga release a track—following his break up with IV of Spades—and his mellow, sweet song drives him apart from the upbeat style of his former band. Wishing that I'll beThe man that you'll touch and seeI'll give my love that can't explainWe will be running in the rainAnd I will hold your hand Midnight Sky is a song you’d want

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UPDATE! Listen to their FULL ALBUM here: http://bit.ly/UDoU-OneClickStraightDEBUT  I wanna runaway with you, Honey—don’t you just want to hear that from literally anyone? Makes you feel like you’re worthy of the trouble to drive out of the city in the middle of the night. And that, my friend, is exactly why you should listen to One Click Straight’s new track Honey.  "'Honey' is about finding and falling for

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After a little more than a year, Future is back with a nine-track-album Beast Mode 2. The album is a sequel to his 2015 Beast Mode hence, the title. His 2018 album instantly made a name for itself by earning the highest-charting-streaming-only album on Billboard 200. Future's latest release is surely living up to his debut success.  Zaytoven produced Future's album but one new single to be highlighted from his

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Browsing the web on a Tuesday night looking for fresh tracks to wallow myself into is how I discovered the local rap group "Delinquent Society" and their freshly baked album "Detour". Listening to this Davao-based rap group for the first time around is truly a palette-cleanser from the typical trap-style type of rap circulating our local air-waves as this group brings something new to the table—

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After a while without social media updates, Twenty One Pilots finally tweeted a teaser for us to know that they’re actually coming back. The Grammy award winning duo—known for their hits like Stressed Out, Ride, and Heathens—was off limelight since July last year, and the two sent out emails to their subscribers—that you actually have to decode very well—before they tweeted these: pic.twitter.com/7pNGoAWA2b — twenty one pilots (@twentyonepilots) July

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