Tuesday, July 24, 2012

And The Music Keeps On Playing...

I probably haven't talked about it much in this blog, but right now, I have two active bands and I'm working with Six the Northstar on his project. Here's the public output so far:


Our last major single with a music video was "Millipede," from our album Culling.

We'll be coming out with new material in the next few months, as we are now working with a new drummer, Matt De Mesa. Check out his other band, Oh Man! Oh God!

The Cellar Doors
This is the new pop band I've been involved in for about a year. No video yet, but we've got some stuff recorded.

Here are the following songs - demos only:



Six The North Star

He's an artist who fuses hip hop, jazz, funk and geek culture into a unique musical style. I'm proud to be working with him as part of his live crew on the occasions that he performs live.

These are his signposts on the web: Tumblr, Twitter and Youtube.

Do check out the various Facebook pages for updates on gig skeds and releases.

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Interview: Cog's Yagi Olaguera

Interview with Yagi Olaguera lead vocals for Cog. Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.

*taken from Episode 1 on Southeast Asian Metal

Evolution Rock Metal Podcast 2012

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Comfort Food!

For people who need a good dose of food overload as a way to relax from a stressful turn of events, may I present to you: Charlie's Grill.

And this is what I pigged out on: 

Two buttermilk pancakes, three breakast sausage patties, a good cup of brewed coffee. I got it all for Around P200 (sorry, I forgot the exact cost).

My friend Ian kept it real: four buttermilk pancakes:

Needless to say, I was happy, but surprsingly not full.

Which was good, except that later in the day, Eric and Carla, the Couple of Doom, invited me to have a late lunch/early dinner with them at The Burger Project. Who could refuse?

I wasn't able to get photos there (camera was used by the hubby), but what I had was a burger with an Angus Beef patty, mozzarella cheese, wasabi mayo, assorted mushrooms and teriyaki sauce, all with oatmeal buns.

My final word? Both establishments serve good comfort food, but I'd have to say that I give the edge on service and presentation to Charlie's. The Burger Project, though, wins in terms of customization - making your own burger combination is really much, much better.