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SATCHMI VINYL DAY 2015

  12.04.2015   [Indie] Manila

Despite the scorching Saturday heat, music fans flocked the BGC Ampitheatre for the third Satchmi Vinyl Day on April 11!

RED NINJA YEAR SIX PART 1

  4.04.2015   [Indie] Manila

2015 marks Red Ninja Production’s 6th birthday. And to celebrate this milestone, Sarmiento cooked up not one, not two, but three awesome gigs housed in the most popular locations for

Lookback: UDD at The Music Museum

  22.03.2015   [Indie] Manila

It was only last night that I realized I have been fan of Up Dharma Down for a decade. 10 feakin’ years! Has it really been a decade? The memory

THE REST IS NOISE: A LOOKBACK

  6.03.2015   [Indie] Manila

No words can truly express how grateful I am for you, and you, and yes, YOU who made last weekend’s #TheRestIsNoise gig a huge success! The turnout on both gigs

LOOKBACK: ROOTS MUSIC FESTIVAL 2015

  13.02.2015   [Indie] Manila

Thank you so much UP Economic Society for inviting me to be a part of this year’s ROOTS Music Festival! The lineup was solid and the event started and finished

THE TYCHO EXPERIMENT

  4.02.2015   [Indie] Manila

I’ve never heard of TYCHO. That might sound weird, starting this post with that sentence. But it is the truth. Ok, you may be thinking I am exaggerating here. That

LOOKBACK: LM CANCIO’S EP LAUNCH

  29.01.2015   [Indie] Manila

Congratulations to LM Cancio for a very successful EP launch last Wednesday January 28 at Route 196!

DOCDEF x SAVE THE DAY x RED NINJA ‘THE ULTIMATE’ GIG

  26.01.2015   [Indie] Manila

It’s only January but I already have one gig that will definitely be a part of my 2015 music moment – the collab gig of my three most favorite prods:

Lookback: RAKRAKAN FESTIVAL 2014

  23.01.2015   [Indie] Manila

I was asked by Radio Republic to cover Rakrakan Festival last December 20 2014 at Circuit Makati. My review of the festival was published on their website on January 6.

HALE IS BACK!

  19.01.2015   [Indie] Manila

Before Autotelic, before Up Dharma Down, there was Hale. A little flashback: I’ve known Hale since 2005, when they’re still doing gigs at small bars like SaGuijo, Mayrics, and 6