This album by Alanis Morisette is one of the first CDs that I bought. I remember, I was on a vacation with my Dad in the US when I bought it. I was around 14 years old at the time if I’m not mistaken. It was probably one of the most played CDs at home
One of That’s So Random start up screens Since I’ve started playing Words on Tour by Zynga on iOS, I haven’t explored any new games lately. Suddenly, my friend Vanessa introduced me to That’s So Random. The game was developed by UglyBread Games, an indie game development studio based in Toronto, Canada. Based from the
Up Dharma Down just made their latest single downloadable for FREE. You can download it here. They found their inspiration in Singapore for this particular single. Up Dharma Down also shot a music video in Singapore. Check out the video below. Up Dharma Down is currently featured in YourSingapore.
And so, it happened last May 9. I was actually thinking of joining the Nike Women’s run (happened on the same night). Since it’s their farewell concert, I certainly did not want to miss the opportunity to watch them live. Check out my recording of their performance of “Soul Searching” (from their album “Influence” that
This is not an April Fool’s Joke guys. This news has been confirmed. Yes, Urbandub is saying goodbye after 15 years. They have announced it on their Facebook page. 15 years of Urbandub. We in the band, past and present members, still can’t believe we lasted this long. What started… Posted by Urbandub on Tuesday,
The Eraserheads at the catwalk with the 5th Ehead, Sancho It was my first time to watch a concert overseas. And it’s not a foreign act. It’s one of my favorite bands in the Philippines, The Eraserheads. You may think that it’s crazy to go to Singapore and watch our fellow countrymen perform even though
Ebe Dancel While most of the people around me are using a dSLR, I opted to test the Canon Powershot G15 in a concert organized by RockEd Philippines last November. The Canon PowerShot G15 is way different from its predecessor. It’s widest end (focal length) is at f/1.8 while it’s farthest end is at f/2.8
Last night, we were able to watch Ely Buendia’s solo major concert at the Music Museum. What’s special about this concert is that it’s backed up by a 15-piece orchestra! The show started with “Alapaap” and ended with “Ang Huling El Bimbo”. Ely Buendia’s recent concert has a balanced song selection. Some songs featured are