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Is “Let It Go” another classic song from a Disney animated film?

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Since ‘Pocahontas’, there hasn’t been yet a song taken from an OST of a Disney animated film that has been so massively popular and embraced by almost everyone that it has become a global hit.

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Michael Jackson’s second posthumous studio-release ‘Xscape’ is on its way

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A world without Michael Jackson. A harsh reality that was quite difficult to accept in the beginning–especially for music aficionados like myself–but something we all just had to accept.

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Indie Showcase: Turbo Goth

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It is high time the spotlight be focused also on our indie bands and acts. They form a deepwell of diverse and amazing talents in the local scene. I will be showcasing once in a while an indie band or act that to my mind deserves a look and more attention.

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Single Review: ‘Kiss You’ by Karylle

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Karylle’s newest single “Kiss You,” taken from her latest self-titled studio-release, has started to gradually climb up the local charts already. That is an indication “Kiss You” is gaining more attention and popularity with different music groups.   There is no mistaking that Karylle is probably trying to reach also a much younger audience as [...]

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My Top 3 songs from Sponge Cola

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SPONGE COLA band members (from left): Erwin Armovit, Yael Yuzon, Gosh Dilay and Ted Mark Cruz

Ever since Sponge Cola’s lead vocalist and guitarist, Yael Yuzon, got engaged to and recently married Karylle, more attention has been given back to his band.

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OPM in I.C.U.?

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The following have to be finally said. Continuing to keep quiet about these will get us nowhere. I will speak my mind and not hold back on this important matter—PM—which affects us all as it is very much part of every Filipino’s life.

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Indie Showcase: Halik ni Gringo

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Halik ni Gringo is composed of (from left) Joaquin Acosta, Edu Ibazeta, Bid Pambid, Joey Santos, Joaqui Laurel, Rio Vargas. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/Joey Santos

It is high time the spotlight be focused also on our indie bands and acts. They form a deep well of diverse and amazing talents in the local scene. I will be showcasing once in a while an indie band or act that to my mind deserves a look and more attention. So below, let’s get to know Halik ni Gringo:

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Single Review: ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams

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For now, there is no escaping this summery cheerful hit as we have been hearing it being played, not only on radio, but also in numerous noontime shows, game shows, and anything else we can imagine on local television.

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My own Top 3 songs from Slapshock

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Slapshock, from left to right: Lee Nadela, Jerry Basco, Jamir Garcia, Chi Evora and Leandro Ansing. Photo by rockmetalnews.com

In the nearly two decades that Slapshock has existed, they have given us more than a string of popular hits. But more than that, the memories of being able to watch them excite the crowd with their adrenaline-filled performances and showmanship through the years are what I remember most about them.

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P!nk inks new deal with RCA records

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It was reported and confirmed just recently in numerous news agencies that P!nk has just signed a new multi-album deal with RCA records.

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Album Review: ‘Avril Lavigne’ by Avril Lavigne

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After four studio-releases, Avril Lavigne has finally mustered the courage to simply call her latest outing by her name which is, of course, “Avril Lavigne.”

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Local artists share their thoughts on 7107 International Music Festival

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While so many were lucky enough to have had the opportunity to have been there to watch the 2-day 7107 International Music Festival held recently at the Global Gateway Logistics City in Clark, Pampanga, I, on the other hand, am more curious to know how it must have felt for our local artists who had the privilege of being billed to perform at this International Music Festival that showcased some of our finest local acts and more than a handful of popular foreign acts, with the legendary and world-renowned Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, leading the roster of featured international acts.

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