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Call for submissions [16 May 2010|06:20am]

NKPTD! Plugged is an English-language, online news-sharing community about the very rich OPM live band scene.  A spin-off of ONTD (American) and OMNTD (Korean) on the same blogging platform, the NKPTD group aims to heighten overseas awareness and support for Filipino artists.

nkptd_plugged is now open for submissions!

Who can post: anyone with a LiveJournal account (It's free!)

What to post: any news or updates about the OPM live band scene.

Why you should post: because Filipinos are BOSS.

Also interested in the Philippine pop culture and media? Visit our sister community at [info]nakupotheydidnt 
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BANDSCAPES Connect [21 Jul 2009|12:03am]


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ASEUM 2K9's Participating Artists [14 Jul 2009|01:53pm]

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Peter Tomaz-Dobrila is an electronic and IT engineer and a musician who focuses on the creative use of the new technologies. In 1996 he co-founded the Multimedia Centre KiberSRCeLab – KIBLA (MMC KIBLA), Maribor. Two years later he co-founded the Association for Culture and Education KIBLA (ACE KIBLA) and became its president. He managed MMC KIBLA and ACE KIBLA until 2004. Since then he has participated in numerous congresses and conventions on internet and multimedia and information culture. During 2005-2007, Peter Tomaz Dobrila has worked intensively in the New Media Art filed; being adviser for many ART festivals (Ars electronica festival 2005, 2007), actively participating in EVA (Electronic Imaging the Visual Arts & Beyond) and Echilot Conference in Moscow. He acts as consultant and advisor in cultural matters and is a fellow of the European Academy for Digital Media (EADIM). Last year, he became a member to the Committee for the preparation of the National programme for culture and just participated on World Summit for Information Society meetings in Geneva, Switzerland. This year he was appointed as the director for the arts department at the Ministry of Culture, Slovenia.


AngeloVermeulen_portraitAngelo Vermeulen’s  (1971) past research in ecology, environmental pollution and teratology informs his art, which includes bio installations, experimental setups incorporating living organisms and sci-fi references. From 2002 till 2005 he worked on SKANNER, a new media project on human fear in collaboration with Tamuraj, musician and mathematics researcher. Biomodd is his worldwide series of cross-cultural, symbiotic installations fusing game culture, ecology and social interaction. He is currently developing a new Biomodd iteration in Los Baños and Manila in the Philippines. He also works on Translucent Futures, an artistic research project that deals with ubiquitous technology and the attrition of civil rights and privacy. Vermeulen has lectured internationally, and during the past few years has given over 60 talks throughout Europe, the US and Asia.


emmaEmma Ota is a curator and researcher based in Tokyo. Her practices focus upon media arts and international exchange. She has worked for the media arts organization Trampoline, based in Germany and the UK and co-curated the Radiator Festival for Art and Technology in 2005. Also in this year she initiated the project Traversing Territories, fostering collaboration between students and young artists in Japan and the UK (which has since continued annually). In 2006 she established the project Dislocate for art, technology and locality which brings together international artists and experts in the discussion and debate of the role of new media in relation to our surrounding environment. Ota is guest curator at Ginza Art Lab, an independent artist run space and was also co-curator of Space Rabi Adesso, Koenji in 2008. Ota is highly concerned with promoting international cross-cultural communication between children and is co-founder of Inter-play [http://www.inter-play.org/], wishing to promote collaborative workshops and projects between children in Japan and other countries around the world.


DSC09752Jerneja Rebernak holds degrees from the University of Ljubljana and University of Amsterdam respectively in Communication  Science and Media Studies.  Her MA research “Do it yourself media education in India” critiques the top down approach of ICT for development and focuses on grassroots tools for communication. She is currently working with the Cultural Exchange department at the Asia-Europe Foundation in Singapore contributing to photography, new media and artist networks projects. Her interests in media technologies and media education contributed to her engagement in developing the concept for the next Euro-Med Online Arts Festival. During the ASEUM symposium she wants to further explore aspects of social hardware and radical education.


Darren Moore is an Australian musician currently based in Singapore. He is involved in various projects as a drummer and as an experimental laptop artist. He has performed and collaborated with musicians such as Jon Rose, Chris Abrahams, Scott Tinkler, Eugene Pao, Tim O’Dwyer, Greg Lyons, Will Guthrie, Eric Boeren, Wilbert de Joode, Micheal Vatcher to name a few. He has toured throughout Europe, Australia, South East Asia, Japan and the USA. Currently in Singapore he is a lecturer in Popular Music at Lasalle College of the Arts



Brian O’Reilly is the creator of various works for moving images/live cinema, electronic/noise music, mixed media assemblage/installation, and is a contrabassist, focusing on the integration of electronic treatments and extended playing techniques.
While attending the School of the Art Institute of Chicago on a scholarship for sculpture he spent his nights focused on the music of various members of the AACM, and  the local free/noise music scene,  until the late 1990’s when he relocated to Paris to study the composition techniques of the Greek composer and architect Iannis Xenakis, during this time he worked extensively with Xenakis’ electronic music system utilizing graphic sound synthesis the UPIC. After a year of research at Les Ateliers UPIC, he received an appointment to become the studio’s Musical Assistant.  Following his time in France he pursued graduate studies in MAT (Media Arts and Technology) at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), and is now teaching Sonic Arts in Singapore. He has worked with Eliane Radigue, Luc Ferrari, Matmos, Maryanne Amacher, Fe-Mail, Steina and Woody Vasulka, and regularly performs & collaborates on projects with Garth Knox, Stefanie L. Ku, Zbigniew Karkowski and Curtis Roads.


Timothy O’Dwyer is a composer, saxophonist and educator working between the general areas of music known as jazz, contemporary notated music and improvised music. He has been a member of Elision Contemporary Ensemble since 1994 and was a founding member of the Melbourne cult punk-jazz group bucketrider. Following studies with Evan Parker and composer Richard Barrett in 1995 he has had the privilege of collaborating with many artists that he greatly admires including: John Butcher, Liza Lim, Bobby Previte, KK Null, Chaya Chernowin, and conceptual artists Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, and Katsushige Nakahashi. He is currently programme leader of music and lecturer in jazz at the School of Contemporary Music LASALLE College of the Arts in Singapore and is a PhD candidate at Queensland University of Technology studying the phenomena of identity in improvised music. His current projects include his jazz group The Tim O’Dwyer Trio and the electro-acoustic project Iron Egg.


Tad Ermitano (May 1964) graduated from the Philippine Science High School in 1981, studied Biology at the University of Hiroshima, and holds a Bachelor`s degree in Philosophy from the University of the Philippines. He trained in film and video at the Mowelfund Film Institute and currently designs and mixes sound for digital features and produces video for projection in a variety of stage/concert contexts. He is a media artist and was the sole Filipino artist exhibiting at 20th anniversary of ISEA in 2008 (Main Juried Exhibition) and the Ogaki Biennale 2006 New Media Festival. His single-channel videos are distinguished by an audiovisual sensuousness underpinned by a logic that reflects his training in philosophy and the sciences. Included among these single-channel works are Sausage, The Retrochronological Transfer of Information, and Hulikotekan v. 2.1, the last two of which have been screened at a number of international festivals, including the Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival and the Hong Kong International Film Festival. His facility with a broad range technologies has led to his exploration of computers, programming, and electronics to manipulate sound and video in real time. He also performs audiovisual pieces, both solo and as part of the experimental media group The Children of Cathode Ray.



Diego Maranan is an educator working in the fields of dance and digital technology. Past work includes research in translating dance notation into computer animation with Tom Calvert (Credo Interactive, Canada) and Ilene Fox (Dance Notation Bureau, USA); working with Judith Marcuse Projects (Canada) on art and advocacy projects, particularly the Earth Project; investigating qualities of human movement in SecondLife.com avatars with choreographer Sara Coffin as Dance Lab residents at the Scotiabank Dance Centre (Canada); and his continuing development of a framework for licensing and sharing choreography under a Creative Commons license, which he presented at the 2007 New Forms Festival in Vancouver. He has worked professionally with artists and in the field of information technology on both sides of the Pacific—most recently with Dancing Wounded and with Donna Miranda—and has conducted workshops in Canada, Japan, and the Philippines. Diego received his BSc in Computing Science and Contemporary Dance from Simon Fraser University (Canada) in 2005 and received scholarships and academic distinctions during his studies, including a Canadian Information Processing Student of the Year nomination and a 2006 Holy Body Tattoo Emerging Artist for British Columbia Honourable Mention. He was artist-in-residence at Green Papaya Art Projects in Manila in 2008. He currently teaches and develops courses in multimedia at the University of the Philippines Open University.

Diego lists compelling examples of visualizations and walks the audience through a well-established seven-step method for visualizing data. He will also discuss the uses of data visualization in the project he co-leads with Angelo Vermeulen, Biomodd [LBA2].


Lirio Salvador, one of the pioneers of industrial music and music deconstruction in the country (Garcia, 2006) discover the circuit bending concept in 1986. Unaware of the factual existence of this idea and the technical terms, he discover the possibilities of incorporating this technique in experimenting sound art and made it one of the important ingredients in  creating  his homemade instrument called Sandata.
Salvador bent and experiment sounds from simple inexpensive toys to pricey ones such as walkie-talkie, transistor radio, mini-amps, electronic toy guns, and toy keyboard. He also map sounds from discarded and newly bought voltage regulator, adaptor, guitar amps, VCD player, karaoke amps, computer and electronic circuit boards.
What makes his works unique is that he encases the circuit bent in stainless tube, mixing bowl, tray, casseroles, etc. complete with volume and tone control, and incorporates it in his sculptural musical instrument (see Oddmusic.com). He also adopted the idea of integrating stray capacitance that makes his work touch sensitive and interactive. Besides, circuit bent and stray capacitance, he also added other sounds like electronic horn, self-composed computer music and audio-CD which make a sound art.
Educated in Fine Arts at the Technological University of the Philippines, Salvador creates artwork that is both appealing to the eyes and feast for the ears. An artwork that can be both a museum piece and musical instrument as well.  At present, he is studying electronic and at the same time experiments and explores the ZPE (Zero-Point Energy) concept through the retrieval of electrical energy from vacuum to generate sound from steady electro-magnetic coils found in house-hold appliances.
Recently, Salvador was commissioned to make a musical score for an independent film “Rotonda” using sound art and his experimental musical instruments. His work was adjudged “Best Musical Score” in the 2006 Cinemalaya: Philippine Independent Film Festival held at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.


Noel de Brackinghe: Almost solely responsible for introducing Drum n’ Bass to the Philippines in 1997 Noel has played extensively throughout Manila as a DJ.  Also part owner of the now defunct club; Kemistry, his dedication to promoting new sounds has remained firm..  A knack for bringing out the best in people has made him a successful and sought after producer and sound engineer. With a very eclectic musical taste he is easily able to translate how things should sound  into the technical know how in recording and sound engineering.  Noel has received nominations from the NU107 Rock Awards and the more prestigious Awit Awards for his production work.


Malek Lopez: A contemporary composer and graduate of Berklee music school in Boston, Malek studied film scoring but found his real joy to be sound design and synthesis.  With a penchant for obscure jazz and lounge Malek is equally at home tearing up the keyboard or guitar but finds his real pleasure in working with sequencers and twiddling knobs.  Malek is also probably the most competent synth programmer and sound designer in the country able to quickly translate the ‘sound in your head’ to a sound coming from a keyboard.  A further fascination with musical philosophers and modern classical composers often pushes Malek to explore the deeper depths of synthesis and composition.


Vanini Belarmino (Philippines/Germany) is an independent cultural producer/curator based in Berlin, Germany, specialising in international artistic collaborations. She received academic training in theatre arts, art history, European cultural policy and management. While working for the Asia-Europe Foundation’s Cultural Exchange section (2003-2007), she was responsible for the establishment of its performing art programmes such as I’mPULSE (music) and Pointe to Point (dance). She likewise managed ASEMUS (Asia-Europe Museum Network), an alliance of over 60 museums in the two regions. Vanini has spearheaded projects in countries like China, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Sweden, United Kingdom and Vietnam.



Rick Bahague


Visual Pond Artspace, Inc. is a non-profit organization committed to the visual arts. Based in Manila, Visual Pond aims to be a dynamic player in the Philippine contemporary art scene through projects that engage and promote local artists both here and abroad.

We at Visual Pond envision a contemporary art scene that is vibrant, open to experimentation and supported by the community. By taking initiatives and creating opportunities for Filipino artists, we work towards this realization for the visual arts locale.

Asides from Manila-based projects, we are also interested in regional and international exchanges on ideas, concepts and possible collaborations with definite end products.




Initiated in May 2007 during a workshop at the Mapping Festival in
Geneva, Switzerland, Æther9 is a collaborative art project exploring
the field of realtime video transmission.


Developed by an international group of visual artists and collectives
working in a dozen of different locations (disseminated throughout
Europe, North and South America, the Middle East) and communicating
primarily through the Internet, Æther9 intends to become a functional
framework for collaborative video performance.

streaming interface:

AETHER9 Performers:

Christiaan Cruz is a Southern California based photographer by trade.
Early studies in Cinema and modern music generated simple sound,
installation, video and computer pieces. This initial period focused
on the object material; visual, aural, and technical attributes. New
concerns in human interaction, connectivity, and appropriate design
have inspired new networked pieces; some of which have used water,
Jovian waves, and bouncing balls. They strive for a proper function
within contemporary networks. More than just objects and content, they
are functioning nodes of relevancy.

Chloé Cramer
Born in 1980 in Geneva (CH), she takes part in performing activities with
members of N3krozoft ltd. media ensemble since 1999. After several journeys
through former USSR countries and China, she enters the Belgian cinema
school IAD where she directs various kinds of video and film projects. She
works now as a videast, actor coach and assistant director.

Frauke Frech [DE]
Born in 1982 in Leipzig, Germany
Restless nomad, performance- and new media-artist currently lives in Kiel and Berlin.
Since 2003 studies in contemporary dance and new media.
She has joined the æther9 collective in 2008.
Mainly working collaboratively on-site and on-line.


Manuel Schmalstieg [CH] operates on the borderline between video, performance and software art. After experimentation in the fields of graphic novel, animation film and audio production that he carried out during his studies in Geneva and Krakow, he turns at the end of the nineties towards realtime video. He operates since 2001 as an undercover agent for the N3KROZOFT Ltd media group, and is managing the Aether9 online performance platform since 2007.
Credit: Photo by Tilo Steireif.

Paula Vélez [Columbia]
Graphic designer, media and video artist, VJ, teacher, assistant
director, super8 activist, musical and cultural projects management.
Started her audiovisual studies in Paris where she stayed for seven years
and studied cinema. Actually is an active member, with other artist
located in remote places, of Aether9, a communication and media-art
research group. She likes to play with home-made technology despite being
aware that it could end up with some terrible disaster or fire, but she trusts
her intuition. As a VJ she has been participating in city
activities for the last 4 years working with talents DJs, musicians and
good friends from the rock, electronic, electro-acoustic and
experimental scene. Also she has been actively participating in conferences and most
of the time as an artist at different festivals in Colombia and other places.

Kim Xupei [Taipei]
Network artist
Born 1977 in Hong Kong, Kim Xupei works as programmer and code artist with the N3krozoft Media Group. He is currently finishing his first novel, “Data Hammer”, planned for publication on Greyscale Press later this year.

Mari Keski-Korsu [Finland] (b. 1976) is an artist, initiator and organizer. She is interested in storytelling and moments that befall.  She explores i.e. nations as imaginary communities, tourism, presented identities and especially causalities of eco-social and structural changes in people’s everyday life. She works with mixed and locative media applying process oriented methods. She is/has been concentrated on i.e. net and video art, streaming happenings and live visual mixing. Her works has been shown around Finland and in several countries. She has a MA in new media (digital authoring) from University of Arts and Design Helsinki and BA in visual arts from Polytech of Western Lapland.


The HOUSE OF NATURAL FIBER, Yogyakarta, is a New Media art laboratory, founded in 1999. They concentrate on the principles of critique and innovation. Since the beginning, the house of natural fiber has consistently focused on cultural development and New Media art, running numerous New Media art projects and workshops. In every project we concentrate on interactivity with people and environments. Thinking forward, positive and creative is becoming a vision for this community. In the implementation of this vision, in every program, they work towards the development of art with technology. This desire to contemplate the future of technology and art, is an important endeavor for the technology itself.


mannetA grand prize winner of the NCCA’s Websining Digital Art competition in 2007. Mannet Villariba explores his medium with an enthusiasm for electronics as it relates to the realm of sound and visuals. After a fine arts education, corporate environment, and with a self-confessed anti-synth ideology in his garage-band days, Villariba’s exposure on new media led to an advantageous and favorable understanding of these unforeseen forces underlying electronic sound with its mystical, ambient and chaotic appeal, eventually shifting his ideals, which in turn rejuvenates his expression in visual art as well.  Interactive visual interpretations of these forces are increasingly the main focus of his work. He actively participates in various performance art events locally as well as several festivals abroad, such as the Tupada Xing, Wunderspaze, Singapore  2006 / Nippon International Performance Art Festival, Japan, Summer 2007 / Asean Contemporary Art Exchange, Yangon Myanmar, January 2009 / Changwon Art Festival, South Korea, April 2009 / Gwangju International Performance Art Festival, South Korea, May 2009.


tengalTengal is a Manila-based interdisciplinary media artist, composer-musician, curator/producer, and filmmaker working with various mediums. He producers and organizes, as well as participates in various media art related projects in the Philippines and abroad. His work puts the focus on direct experience, risk-taking and personal interaction between artists and audience, and emphasizes the situational potential of live performance, the interplay of various media – sound and image, in particular – and candid exchange between sub-cultural and academic initiatives. He founded SABAW Media Art Kitchen – a not-for-profit, artist-run umbrella network and platform for all kinds of information and communication carried via modern electronic media focused specially in the region of South East Asia.

Visit http://aseum09.tk for more details.

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Please check out my bands! [17 Jan 2009|07:00am]


Please add my bands on MySpace!

16 Droenz (Alternative/Experimental Rock)
Beanie - Lead Vocals
MadMan - Guitars, Backing Vocals
T-Rex - Guitars, Keyboards, Backing Vocals
I.Son - Bass, Backing Vocals
Sen - Drums, Percussions, Backing Vocals, Ocassional Guitars

*Thanks to YouTube user videomatic for posting this up!

Fingernails (Hardcore Punk)
Beanie - Bass, Lead Vocals
I.Son - Guitars, Backing Vocals
Dong - Drums

Red Basket Club (Indie Pop)
Beanie - Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Synths/Sampling/Programming
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My bands.... please check 'em out! [17 Jan 2009|06:58am]


Please add my bands on MySpace!

16 Droenz (Alternative/Experimental Rock)
Beanie - Lead Vocals
MadMan - Guitars, Backing Vocals
T-Rex - Guitars, Keyboards, Backing Vocals
I.Son - Bass, Backing Vocals
Sen - Drums, Percussions, Backing Vocals, Ocassional Guitars

*Thanks to YouTube user videomatic for posting this up!

Fingernails (Hardcore Punk)
Beanie - Bass, Lead Vocals
I.Son - Guitars, Backing Vocals
Dong - Drums

Red Basket Club (Indie Pop)
Beanie - Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Synths/Sampling/Programming
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Little Wing Project: For the Benefit of Anabel Bosch [08 Jan 2009|06:20pm]


We are all trying our best to raise funds for Anabel Bosch, a dear friend and fellow musician who recently suffered an aneurysm and had to undergo a cerebral operation. Her family needs to pay 1Mphp for Anabel's medical needs. Anything earned through entrance fees will go directly to the Bosch family. Please bring your fans, friends and family to join for a good cause. :)

All gigs will be hosted by Dylan. Here's the breakdown of the gigs.

January 9, Friday @ Checkpoint Bar
Playphonics, Kjwan, DRT, Southern Grass
Gig starts at 9pm
P200 entrance

January 11, Sunday @ 19East
Playphonics, Wally Gonzalez, DRT, Razorback, Kjwan
Gig starts at 8pm
P150 entrance

January 14, Wednesday at Ten02 Bar
Playphonics, Tempestuous Jones, Razorback, DRT, Kjwan
Gig starts at 8pm
P200 entrance
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Don't know what to get your creepy metalhead little brother for Christmas? [10 Dec 2008|08:51am]


Buy him a COG shirt! 

The new COG shirt features the profile view of our lumbering rhino friend Edmund who spends his free time putting out forest fires and charging at annoying people on safari. The shirt was designed by INK's multi-talented Betong Enriquez.

The shirt costs only P300. P250 if you have two creepy metalhead little brothers that you want to buy the shirt for. The shirt comes in a light shade of tan so that you can see your sinister sibling dressed in some other color aside from black. Sizes are S, M, L and XXL. XXL's are flying off the shelves fast though because our fans are just as large as us and our rhino friend Edmund

Interested parties can reply to this message. You can also call me at 09178292242

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Holiday Barrage @ Bela Bar [09 Dec 2008|01:45am]


Don't think we weren't going to perform before the year ends! We miss you, San Juan, so get ready for a bad ass night with 3 bands performing a full set each!

December 19, 2008 - Friday.
Gates open at 9pm.
P150 at the gate gets you a free drink.
Co-produced by 1Fish Entertainment Productions and Bad Ass Productions.
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Magnet BHS TONIGHT Nov 6: Affinity Cambio SSHwy and More [06 Nov 2008|06:10pm]

Really good lineup at Mag:net High Street tonight (that's Thurs, Nov 6):

Johnny Alegre AFFINITY

Show starts at 10pm. See you there!

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DRT@Freedom Bar tonight! [13 Sep 2008|10:28am]


ROCKADEMICS: The Underground Radio College Tour

UR 105.9 will try to re-educate today’s young aspiring artists on how our classic rockers changed the face of Pinoy Rock forever.

Featuring Hotdog, Paramita and DRT.

Plus bands from the Sebastian Art Society.

P120 gets you in with one bottle of Red Horse Beer.

Brought to by RJ Underground Radio 105.9 and Red Horse Beer.

In cooperation with Digiprint, Jack TV, Odyssey Live and Musiklokal.com.

Freedom Bar, Anonas Street, Quezon City. 8pm.
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Eraserheads Tickets, Sonic Boom Anniversary, Tara, and 6 Underground!!! [27 Aug 2008|04:54pm]


Greetings from OdysseyLive.Net!


Eraserheads Concert Countdown has Begun!

Just 3 days til the show!

Click below for more info on the show and how to get tickets!!!


Last saturday, Sonic Boom celebrated their 2nd Anniversary, and wow what a success!!!

Thank you to The Gauntlet and to Kindred for these photos!

click on the photo below for more info!


TARAsDAY - a fundraising event for Tara Bosch-Santelices

The launch of 6 underground TV and Radio Shows!

Have a great week and weekend everyone! 

Its a great time in Original Filipino Music!!!


Live the Music!!!
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Fund-raising events for Tara Bosch-Santelices [26 Aug 2008|01:52pm]

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Red Light Special this Thursday! [25 Aug 2008|08:31pm]

[ mood | sexy ]







this Thursday, Aug 28, 2008
@ MAGNET Bonifacio High Street
starts 9.30 pm
P150 gate charge

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A Benefit for Eddie Boy Rocha [24 Aug 2008|01:27pm]


A Special Benefit for A Special Person:

Our good friend Eddie Boy Rocha got into a severe accident last February, which left him incapacitated with severe head trauma and needing constant medical supervision.

Being a fighter, he has consistently amazed his doctors by surviving every procedure they have put him through, even when his chances were very slim.
Now, he is undergoing a revolutionary laser treatment developed by NASA, that is actually regenerating his brain cells....and he has been responding very well!

We'll be needing your help to continue this treatment, as well as the sheer cost of maintaining his health and stability! Because it is our faith and belief that Eddie is a great guy, with a heart of gold, and that he still has so much more to offer the world!

Featuring a special performance by
Jamie Wilson-Vocals
Daniel Crisologo-Guitars
Derek Ileto-Bass
Brian Velasco-Drums
....and other guest performers!!!

A Rock & Soul Blues Revue for Eddie Boy.

There will be patron tickets available, and Walk-ins are most welcome!!! All money raised will go to Eddie Boy's medical expenses.

*August 28, 2008
Thursday night at 8pm
Fiamma, 32 Jupiter Street, Bel Air, Makati City
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DRT @ Handle Bar TONIGHT!!! [22 Aug 2008|12:54pm]

DRT will be performing 2 rockin' sets @ Handle Bar, Polaris St., Bel Air, Makati this Friday Aug 22, 2008

Come and Rock with us!!! Hope to see everyone there!!!

We will be playing for the first time our new song "Witchin' Woman"!

We have recorded this new song, and are in the midst of mixing and mastering it - More songs for the 2nd album will follow. :)
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[21 Aug 2008|02:22pm]

Punk rock 70-90 http://community.livejournal.com/funhouse_x/profile
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KJWAN @ NIKE SPORTSWEAR LAUNCH LATER IN GATEWAY MALL!!! 8pm 4th floor [21 Aug 2008|01:47pm]


With almost four decades of sport history at its foundation, Nike Sportswear seeks to channel the genuine rebel spirit of Nike’s roots by crafting product that challenges the expected, asking designers to push athletic innovation to its extreme, remixing iconic designs with new technologies and making the best product for today’s needs.


The Nike Sportswear Collection, which carries eight Nike design icons, the Air Force 1, the Windrunner, AW 77 Hoody, the Nike Dunk, Air Max 90, Eugene Track Jacket, the Cortez and the Nike Sportswear Tee, have enjoyed “hardcore street credibility” since they launched, generating followers and aficionados all over the globe.


The 2008 Nike Sportswear Collection is available in the Philippines this month and to launch this, a special Nike retail installation store will be staged in Gateway Mall, Cubao where consumers can get up close and personal with the products and the Nike Sportswear experience.


To officially open the space KJWAN will perform LIVE on AUGUST 21, 2008 at 8 PM at the special Nike retail installation store located at the 4th floor of Gateway Mall, Cubao – ADMISSION IS FREE!


The special Nike retail installation will be up from August 21, 2008 until September 7, 2008. Other bands such as SANDWICH and ang banda ng bayan RIVERMAYA will also be performing on select dates at the space. For more information and updates on performance schedules and activities that will take place at the Nike special retail installation, log on to www.nikesportswear.com.

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Reklamo's Lahat Bawal, Sanya Smiths Birthday, and the UR Countdown! [31 Jul 2008|03:03pm]


Greetings From OdysseyLive.Net!

What's new on OdysseyLive?

Reklamo Launches newest video on OdysseyLive.Net!  "Lahat Bawal".

Check out this super cool video by clicking the photo below.

Sanya Smith celebrates her Birthday at the launch of Alchemy Roxxx!

check out some of the pictures of this great night of good music, good vibes, and good friends!

The Final Leg of the RU Listening Tour is this August 2!!!  Dont miss this!!!

click on the poster below for further details.


click the banner below to vote online now!

Thank you once again for all your continued support!  We love you all!!!

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07 August 2008 (Thursday) @ Magnet High Street
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig 9pm!

Join your FAVORITE SAMBA BATERIA IN THE COUNTRY as we celebrate 3 fantastic (more actually :D) years of providing you with nothing but the SICKEST BEATS and MOST INTENSE SHOWS like no other can! THIS IS GONNA BE AWESOME!!!

oh and we have special performances from

The Out of Body Special (OBS)

and a lot more special guests!

150p at the gate (with a drink)




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Muito obrigado! Que Deus te abençoa!!!

Jorel Corpus
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KING LY CHEE and SHEPHERDS THE WEAK are back in Sta. Rosa [26 Jul 2008|12:13pm]


KING LY CHEE and SHEPHERDS THE WEAK are back in Sta. Rosa
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