During the rehearsals in preparation of the mash-up performance of Rocksteddy and Quest, they do not look pressured. This is probably because that Quest and Teddy (of Rocksteddy) know each other.
I like their creative process in coming up with the mash-up. Rocksteddy listened to ‚ÄúBack to Love‚Äù first. The chords of the song was patterned from Quest‚Äôs song since the key of ‚ÄúBack to Love‚Äù and ‚ÄúGising Na‚Äù does not differ much. Check out the interviews of Quest and Rocksteddy: Continue reading “Rocksteddy and Quest Mash Up review”
Last time, Champ and Kitchie Nadal was featured at Coke Music Studio Season 2 where the songs ‚ÄúBulong‚Äù and ‚ÄúHanging Habagat‚Äù were mashed up together. They are both solo artists and they most likely have the same set of listeners. This time, Coke Music Studio is featuring Quest and Rocksteddy. Continue reading “Quest and Rocksteddy at Coke Music Studio Season 2”
Since Champ and Kitchie Nadal sometimes get to be in the same gig together, I haven‚Äôt noticed any awkward moments during their rehearsals. Also, I think Champ‚Äôs band are great performers especially that Monty Macalino (vocalist and guitarist extraordinaire of Mayonnaise) is one of them. Continue reading “Champ and Kitchie Nadal Mash-Up Review”
The last Coke Music Studio featured the mash-up of Callalily and Kiss Jane. They are both bands. This time, they are featuring both solo artists who belonged to a band once. These solo artists are: Champ and Kitchie Nadal.
Champ and Kitchie
The songs that they‚Äôll mash-up together are ‚ÄúHanging Habagat‚Äù (by Champ) and ‚ÄúBulong‚Äù (by Kitchie Nadal). ‚ÄúHanging Habagat‚Äù was the first single released by Champ while ‚ÄúBulong‚Äù was one of the singles released under Kitchie Nadal‚Äôs album ‚ÄúKitchie Nadal‚Äù. Continue reading “Champ and Kitchie Nadal at Coke Music Studio”
If you’ll be around UP Diliman later and tomorrow, .MOV fest will be having film screenings there. All screenings will be held at the UP Film Center, Cine Adarna starting at 1pm. If you’ll try to catch the 1pm schedule, please go there earlier to purchase tickets ( available at PhP 100 each).
September 5 (Monday)
1:00 p.m: Songs from the Second Floor (Roy Andersson, Sweden)
3:00 p.m: La Vie Moderne (Raymond Depardon, France)
7:00 p.m: Babae ng Hangin (Lav Diaz, Philippines)
Me and Sha were so glad that we were able to make it to one of the .MOV fest activities last Saturday. We are both Folk U first-timers. Even though the venue in Podium is quite bigger than that of the ones we usually go to (i.e. Saguijo, etc.), we felt that it was an intimate gig.¬† Continue reading “Folk U Night at .MOV fest”
The episodes featuring Callalily‚Äôs and Kiss Jane‚Äôs rehearsals looks fun. Well, the idea of collaborating with another artist is really exciting for another recording artist because of the creativity they put in their musical arrangement. I think they are also thrilled working with Raimund Marasigan with their musical arrangement. Raimund Marasigan‚Äôs bands are under the management of Soupstar Entertainment where Callalily also belongs. Continue reading “Callalily and Kiss Jane Mash-up review”
Jaq (of Kiss Jane) and Kean Cipriano (of Callalily)
When I heard ‚ÄúLiwanag‚Äù (by Callalily) and ‚ÄúLagi‚Äù by Kiss Jane, I actually couldn‚Äôt imagine how those two songs can be mashed up. ‚ÄúLiwanag‚Äù is more upbeat than that of ‚ÄúLagi‚Äù. In addition, the sound of the guitars in ‚ÄúLagi‚Äù makes use of the instrument‚Äôs natural sound without adding heavy effects unlike in ‚ÄúLiwanag‚Äù. Also, the voice of Jaq is suitable to songs that are slow but does not sound heavy. Continue reading “Kiss Jane and Callalily at Coke Music Studio Season 2”