Japs was having a little chitchat on stage with the hosts while Bogs was busily setting up all his effects gadgets. He was asked when their last gig was, he just smiled and said he cannot even remember when their last gig was.
This was not a typical gig night for us. We were in an art studio, spacious enough to appreciate works of art, layout some paint canvass, drink booze and homey enough to just sit in a comfy sofa or a rocking chair if you like, and appreciate good (loud!) music.
Armi Millare (vocals/keyboards), Paul Yap (bassist), Ean Mayor (drummer), Carlos Tanada (guitarist)
Capacities is the latest album to be released by Up Dharma Down after 4 long years. Previously released tracks – Indak and Tadhana are included in this long-awaited album along with danceable, electro-poppish title track, Turn It Well.
It took me 2 years to finally watch The Camerawalls live again. Last time I watched was during their Bread and Circuses Album Launch in 2010. Now it’s for their send-off for their Southeast Asian tour and Wanderlust single launch.
Aside from giving great music and doing a great stage performance, Sandwich frontman, Raimund Marasigan, left a more lasting impression at the Ang Nagwawala Party by taking not one, but multiple leaps of faith into the crowd.
In most stage dives, you may be caught by the crowd or may find yourself falling with face flat on the ground.
Take a look on how Raimund shows you how to take a stage dive and be caught by the pit.