Giving us their own rendition of a classic OPM love song
Remastered and bringing back the classic rock we've loved, ultraelectromagneticpop! by Eraserheads is out on Spotify! Just last week, ultraelectromagneticpop! by Eraserheads re-emerges back anew for its 25th anniversary. Ely Buendia, frontman of Eraserheads, teases fans with his cryptic Instagram posts. It made a buzz in all social media since the band has been one of the classic rock legends in the country.[media-credit name="Ely Buendia" link="https://www.instagram.com/elybumbilya/?utm_source=ig_embed"
There's a never ending evolution of OPM and the ever changing taste of music enthusiasts, so we've asked you—who are the faces of OPM for you? And here are your answers! Through the years, Original Pinoy Music has evolved tremendously. From the 90's Song Hits Magazine to today's Top Hits Philippines on Spotify we would always have an idea who's hitting the charts and who are
It's that time of the year again when what you see on TV will scare you. Say hello to Halloween specials, galore! And we all know this 'cause this has been happening since we've known. That's why for this #TIMECAPSULE post , we're rounding up 5 Music Videos That Scared Us As Kids! Yep, these are the 5 Music Videos that scared us as kids, 'cause these MVs
Ely, Kean, Monty, and Champ. These are some of your favorite Filipino frontmen. And now, they're also part of the artists who now have their own record labels. Artists who now have their own record labels started out exactly like the musicians that they're now producing —with the simple dream to make and perform music. And as we know now, these frontmen have already achieved that
Eraserheads is such a huge part of the OPM scene, naming them as “The Beatles” of the Philippines. The band—consisting of Ely Buendia, Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro and Raimund Marasigan—was formed at the University of the Philippines. They may have had their good and tough times since they got together in 1989, but compared to the other bands, they managed to keep it together with
Remember the days when we didn’t have Spotify or iTunes, when we have to buy CDs or listen to the radio just to listen to a specific song over and over? Remember the MYX days when we would wait for top 20s to watch videos of our favorite songs? Those were the young, wholesome days when we were still clueless about the romance in general.