4th Quadrant reminds us that there are no second chances in life with their new single ‘Di Na Sana’! “Sa umpisa masaya ang ating pagsasama.” 4th Quadrant’s latest drop on Spotify, ‘Di Na Sana’, slaps you with this heart-wrenching line when you first hear it. It’s a type of song which immediately makes you feel […]
Feeling blue? Had a bad day? Then thank the heavens for Blessie Azul ’cause this indie darling has some great songs! Check out Blessie’s performance in Music Dive right here! Previous guests, Jello Reyes and LaLuna gave us love songs to relish. But Blessie Azul has something different to offer. During Blessie’s interview in Music Dive, […]
Taste the sounds of Pinoy music at the COKE Studio PH Launch!
It’s only Wednesday but it has already been such a great week for Filipino music! On July 8th, actor and musician James Reid dropped his self-produced piece of work, Palm Dreams, which other local artists have considered a strong tool for changing the landscape in Filipino music. Pretty sure Palm Dreams by James Reid […]
With the growth of the local music scene comes the emergence of up and coming acts. The scene really has come far since the days of OPM songs barely being played on the radio (READ: RUSS’ FINAL FRESH FILTER). We spoke to Reese Lansangan about how to “make it” in this ever shifting landscape that […]
Fresh Filter first aired on Jam 88.3 in 2014 with Russ Davis (an NU alumnus) as the host. It’s the end of an era.
Britney Spears’ Toxic is such an iconic part of the early 2000s. Now imagine if that song gets slowed down.
As an indie artist and comics fan, local events like Komiket always get me excited. Komiket, or Filipino Komiks and Art Market, is one of the best events to attend if you want to get into the indie comic scene.
Concerts and music festivals don’t just let you see musicians play live, these events also let you create something unique with them. This exchange between the audience and the band is where the new art is born. However, with art, there has to be rules, or at least guidelines to help you along the way.
If you shed tears during Chance’s Grammy performance then, honey, I’m with you. It just feels like the world have just gotten a little bit better. Well, he’s done it. This Lil’ Chano from Chicago have made history in, not only the Grammy’s, but the entire music industry.