Street Stylers

Street Stylers

Shorts, bags, sunnies, and shoes.

Aesthete

Aesthete

Aesthete: person who appreciates art or beauty.

Paranoid City

Paranoid City

Paranoid City started out as a three-piece band, founded in June 2009 after DAX and 8-BIT (a.k.a.: Japo. both members from VALETPARKING) and ERIC STRANGE (of PUMPING PLUTO) decided to form a new band while their respective bands are on hiatus.

Newly-upgraded by 4TRACK (a.k.a.: Rommel of IDENTIKIT/FAULTLINE), the band continues to give you the best Synth Rock experience to blow your brains out.

Official Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/paranoidcity

Krisca

Krisca Morales

More of Krisca Morales.

Zia

Zia Nenuca Juico Cando

A Saturday afternoon shoot with the sweet Ms. Zia Nenuca Juico Cando. More photos coming soon.

Kate Tallod Pineda

Kate Tallod Pineda

Kate Tallod Pineda at The Bulb Studios. Special thanks to Christopher Padilla.

Sonic Boom S.U.B

Sonic Boom SUB

Sonic Boom SHOCKWAVE 2013
7 Years Of Making Gigs That Don’t SUCK!

with performances by:

KJWAN
RADIOACTIVE SAGO PROJECT
TURBO GOTH
JOIN THE CLUB
CHILLITEES
THE NAKED LIGHTS
RON HENLEY
PESO MOVEMENT
ANG BANDANG SHIRLEY
Drifters of Dreamspace
TOP JUNK
Dragonfly Collector
The ButcherCons
Paranoid City

More photos coming soon..

Peso Movement

Peso Movement

Peso Movement started out as an extension of Japs Sergio‘s solo project, Japsuki in late 2011. It is the Mr. Hyde to Japsuki’s Dr. Jekyll.  So far, Japs demo recorded 20+ songs for Peso Movement already. The way he see it, the songs are a representation of an idea, and an idea is pretty much no good without the right execution. After a few months of trying to look for bandmates to play these songs live, he truly very grateful & honored to have found the perfect fit for this idea… the “right execution” (…in other words, willing victims). Japs now share a common vision with amazing musicians – Kurt, Brew, & Macky.Despite their combined experiences & achievements as musicians, they are still a new band and therefore, treat every single thing as being back to square one. With the way the music industry, in general, is right now, who knows what will happen next? Nevertheless, they shall do their part by continuing to create/play/enjoy music ‘cos that’s why they’re all here in the first place.

Source: http://pesomovement.com/