Monthly Archives: April 2009
Awesome Philippines is a project of Department of Tourism and MTV Asia. The website, www.awesomephilippines.com, showcases video remixes by various users that are entries for the contest “Remix your Holiday”. The goal is to create a personal video of your dream vacation in the Philippines. The winner of the contest (and his/her friend) will get
We went to Jack Daniel’s Global Music Tour last Friday and thanks to Cris of Revolver for the tickets. It was sad though that my battery died after the set of Corporate Lo-Fi. It was my first time to watch them and I’m impressed. Plus, Nyco Maca with Cynthia Alexander on-stage collaboration was really good.
It has been a week since Lola Pining passed away. I remember when we were still kids, Lola was our guardian every time Dad went out of town for work. It has been always like that until we became older. Lola would usually pour her cup of coffee on her rice during breakfast which I
Actually, Mistaken for Granted is Silent Sanctuary’s third album and not the second. The first album was “Ellipsis of the mind” (independently released in 2004). They had a different vocalist/guitarist back then. The sound before was different from the how the second and third album sounds. The titles of the songs in the first album
The setup was pretty simple. I used my iPhone with the Griffin iTalk app (quality was set to Best, file format produced is AIFF). No cable was attached to the TV and to the recording device (iPhone). I know this is an amateur bootleg but I’d like to check the results. I enhanced the volume
Just last Thursday, I had a chance to watch Russ Swift (Guiness World Record holder) at the Manila International Auto Show that’s currently being held at the World Trade Center. He’s such an awesome precision driver. I can’t think of getting myself to drive to parallel park just the way he did it.
Urbandub at Club Dredd last year I’ve been a fan of Urbandub ever since I heard their single “Come” on the radio. When I heard that they’re going to play at RockRadio at Alabang (which already closed), I went there on a Monday night (yes, I have classes the next day), to watch them play