This upcoming event will be held on July 31st at Mag:net Bonifacio High Street. The artists who will be performing that night are Bembol Rockers, Sitti, Juan Pablo Dream and Olivia. Tickets will be sold at 300 pesos with 1 free drink. But, for groups of 4 or more, tickets will be sold at 250 pesos each.
“Huwag Kang Matakot” (originally by Eraserheads) is Chris’ latest video in YouTube. Aside from this particular song, other songs that he covered on video are: Sugarfree’s Dear Kuya, Parokya ni Edgar’s Sayang and Itchyworms’ Penge Naman. Chris started gaining 35 subscribers in YouTube after 2 months of joining and has 1,404 channel views as of this writing.
I had an experiment with Last.FM’s API. I used Simple XML and PHP and I accessed an XML web service. You can check out the experiment in Banda.PH‘s Top 20 Pinoy Rock Songs. So, it does not necessarily mean that the songs listed in the page are actually the top 20 Pinoy Rock songs. This is just based from the data from Last.FM with the tag “pinoy rock”.
I just watched Journey to the Center of the Earth last night with Sha. The film is directed by Eric Brevig. The movie stars Brendan Frasier (Trevor Anderson), Josh Hutcherson (Sean Anderson), and Anita Briem (Hannah √Åsgeirsson). The movie is based on the book “Journey to the Center of the Earth” by Jules Verne in a modern setting. Continue reading “Journey to the Center of the Earth”
I attended the Pedicab Album Launch at Cubao Expo with Sha. We arrived there early. My former org mate was also there (Nico). We chatted with him for a while. Then, Jay arrived. The gig started late as expected. The event was being covered by ABS-CBN. Continue reading “Pedicab Album Launch at Cubao Expo”
I was riding earlier in LRT2 with Sha. Sha was able to sit down while I stood up. On the opposite side from Sha’s seat, there were students who were reading and would refuse to sit properly. I was looking at them but they are busy highlighting their notes. I did not bitch them since I won’t like to do some bitching in the morning. Continue reading “An Open Letter to some LRT2 passenger”