Saturday, June 19, 2021

Peryodiko

Peryodiko




Side A
Pikit
Agawan Base
Tayo
Lihim
Huminga
Milenyo

Side B
Piraso
Paglaya
Kumapit Ka Tuwing Luines
Bakasyon
Walang Kapalit




Peryodiko is a rock band formed by singer/guitarist Vin Dancel after the dissolution of his previous group, Twisted Halo. Aside from Dancel, the band is composed of accomplished veterans in the local scene, with former Rivermaya guitar virtuoso Kakoy Legaspi, former Dong Abay drummer Abe Billano and Lampano Alley blues and jazz bassist Simon Tan.



— Aldus Santos (author, Repeat While Fading: Pinoy Rock Biographs; Editor in Chief, Pinoytuner.com)
Long-time music fans may zero in on the fact that Peryodiko, in its fairly short existence, has already gone through at least three sets of personnel. The odd thing about this, however, is it somehow rationalizes the Phoenician qualities of the group: while its members, past and present, are far from dispensable, it is the spitting potency of Peryodiko’s songs which reigns supreme. Chief tunesmith and guitarist Vin Dancel, who first broke into the scene in a big way via the now-defunct Twisted Halo, has certainly found his place in the sun. In songs as wistful as “Kumapit Ka Tuwing Lunes,” as invigorating as “Bakasyon,” as dramatic as “Agawan Base,” as painfully sweet as “Ispeling,” as monstrously demonstrative as “Ayoko na ng Drama,” Dancel and company always find the right words and the apt melodies for every life concern: desire, heartbreak, resignation. Though practically still in their creative infancy, only clocking in two releases thus far—a self-titled full-length and the EP Balik sa Simula—Peryodiko’s songs already ring out like modern classics, familiar because they mined only the best for inspiration, memorable because they fortified time-tested elements even further. With such a stellar past CV peppered with greats both low-key and emerging—guitarists Kakoy Legaspi and Josh Villena; bassists Simon Tan and Ian Tan; drummers Abe Billano and Pat Sarabia; not to mention record producer Robin Rivera of Eraserheads fame—Peryodiko is now soldiering on with new cohorts in creation: guitarist Kris Dancel, drummer Ristalle Bautista, and bassist Mond Merle. The new quartet has already performed a handful of shows, and already, those same songs, familiar, memorable, are already bequeathed new lives.




December Avenue

Langit Mong Bughaw



Side A
Intro
Bulong
Kung 'Di Rin Lang Ikaw

Side B
Magkunwari ('Di Man Tayo)
Muling Magbabalik
Sa Ngalan Ng Pag-ibig

Side C
Sa Paghimig Mo
Dahan
Kahit 'Di Mo Alam

Side D
Kahit Sa Panaginip
Huling Sandali
Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan




December Avenue is a 5-piece indie pop/alternative rock band from Manila, Philippines known for their viral compositions online. The band is one of the most streamed OPM bands of all-time.
The band is composed of Zel Bautista on vocals and guitars, Jem Manuel on guitars, Don Gregorio on bass, Jet Danao on drums and backing vocals, and Gelo Cruz on keyboards and backing vocals.


Bautista, Manuel, Gregorio, and Danao started out in their alma mater University of Santo Tomas in 2007. Cruz, an alumnus of De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, was later added in 2016. Bautista is the chief composer of the band. Originally known for their predominantly English songs, the band has released Tagalog songs since 2016.





Ebe Dancel

Balik Tanaw



Side A
Burnout
Telepono
Mariposa
Unang Araw
Kwarto
Cuida

Side B
Tulog Na
Dear Kuya
Wag K Nang Umiyak
Hangover
Hanggang Kailan Kita Mahihintay



Ebe Dancel was born as Vincent Ferdinand Dancel. 
He is a composer, known for Pisay (2007), Heneral Luna (2015) and The Trial (2014).
Dancel is the former lead vocalist of the band Sugarfree, and was active from 1999 to 2011. 
He pursued a solo career right after his departure from the band and has released two albums since then.







Apartel

Inner Play




Side A
Is It Hip?
Attraction
Better Off

Side B
Sinta
Sala Sa Init
Ako Na Lang Sana

Side C
Guijo St. (Makes You Wonder)
Foolin' Around
Designated Driver


Side D
WTF
Careless Love
On The Other Side




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Full Flood



Side A
That's What She Said
Pateros
See It T Believe It
Mahiwaga
Sisid

Side B
Underbroner
Pre-Loved Featuring Zia Quizon
Quack King
Can I Be So High
Why You Gotta Do Me Like That?




Generating well-deserved buzz in the independent music scene with the release of their debut album “inner play”, boasting to be the first OPM double vinyl release on 45 rpm, APARTEL braves the paradox of the “supergroup”, breaking the listener’s expectations of its’ members histories. Fusing soul, funk, blues, and the right amount of crooner-ism — Apartel penetrates moods from excitement to heartbreak, all cruising under the umbrella of rock n roll. 

Fronted by Filipino music icon Ely Buendia and dynamite jazz cat Rj Pineda (keyboards) complimenting each other on vocal duties — and backed by a strong assembly of players, a veritable wrecking crew with Coco Coo and Redge Concepcion (guitars), Jun Lazo (bass), Pat Sarabia (drums), Deej Rodriguez (percussion), the mighty members of Brass Pas Pas Pas (horns) and the “Double D” sisters Donna and Diane Sagun (back up vocals), this is one band that will not go unnoticed.






Saturday, February 15, 2020

Varous Artist, No Future Sa Pader! Pinoy Punkrock

No Future Sa Pader! Pinoy Punkrock
Compilation Album

 


Side A
The Beauty of Doubts - (We Should) Just Matter
Bad Omen - Slums of Recto Avenue
Toxic Orgasm - Politics

Side B
Monthly Red - Cyanide
Tiger Pussy - Monster
Thought - Dear Black



Pinoy Punkrock compilation album






Various Artist Up Yours 2

Up Yours 2
Compilation Album


 


Side A
Betrayed - TFG
The Skeleton Years - Reborn
Disoblige - Jurisdiction
Count Kutu - May Duamaan
Aggressive Dog Attack - Paranoid Man

Side B
Sabaytones - Guard (Tubero cover)
Collision - Hipon
Monthly Red - Tippy Toes
CBI - Bring It Down
RXD - Realidad
Vampire State - Rot

Side C
Kapitan Kulam - Demonyo Death Squad
Bad Omen - Pinas Lang

Side D
Oi Squad - Loud & Proud
Liberty And Justice - With Time (Agnostic Front Cover)
Istukas Over Disneyland - Ing Dutung A Parada





Pinoy Punkrock compilation album









Bing Austria & The Flippin' Soul Stompers

Rosas Epektos

 
 Side A
Rosas Ng Ulan
Pisbol
Cesaria
Uwian Na
Nasaan Ka
Ruined Heart

Side B
Island Monkeys
Epektos
Haring Bigti
Sokrates
Sorbetes Alipato


Flippin Soul Stompers frontman Bing Austria, the singer-songwriter, who first gained notice in the 1990s as keyboardist of the band Put3Ska before forming his own group Juan Pablo Dream

“Rosas Epektos” features 12 tracks of soul music. Although recorded in Manila, the album was laid out, printed, and pressed in Germany. Austria went on tour in Germany and France (with German musicians backing him up instead of the Flippin’ Soul Stompers) to promote the album’s release.