sometimes something’s got to give. so pass ako sa moa fireworks saka...– andrei bagasao
phew, fiddled with some coding– andrei bagasao
early morning and my hands smell of bleach, dodong mode again. bawi nalang...– andrei bagasao
80's new wave tayo ngaun pre
oh its been a long time since the last time i heard this stand up comedian, and it just never gets old. still gives me the laughs. :D here’s everything i can find in youtube
heavy epic cathedral music, that sums up their sound for me. while not a everyday listen, it might just give you the epiphany feel fix you need on those rare days.
Hyetal “Pheonix” Hyetal - Phoenix - 002 by william orca
electro beats "cold war"
FUCK YOU!!! (soulfully)
profanity never sounded so good
traffic is a way of life, but sometimes it just makes you nuts, well maybe we’re better of here in the metro traffic than a 10 day traffic jam xD
photobooths in the arcade
they’re gadamn expensive and useless, and they’re waning, and now upgraded with eye enlargement and smooth white skin mode, with the usual jologs special effects like hearts and kisses and twinkling stars. ayos ka mona lisa xD
RIP Satoshi Kon 8/24/2010
from the creator of paprika and tokyo godfathers he was 46 “I might be old-fashioned, or maybe it’s just that I still admire the old values.”
i first heard of this band on the cure tribute album last year, with their rendition of the classic “close to me” and they registered on my brain like a highly contagious highly resilient idea (you get the reference, i hope). with a simple beat simple slow leads and that all resounding grazing sound, it was both profound, haunting delicate yet simple. im just mesmerized on how it...
ano ang naaalala mo sa Dec. 25? >:)
christmas, ska ajaja alam na. peace out :) just ask whatever
the wild nothing - "summer holiday"
Jack Tatum, the one-man lo-fi mastermind behind Wild Nothing, sounds like he’s still living through the Reagan years. The songs collected on his Captured Tracks debut, Gemini, are able and reverent appropriations of 80s post-punk, new wave, and dream-pop influences— from the Cocteau Twins’ hazy minor-key fantasias, to Johnny Marr’s elided guitar work in the...
who would have thought that subliminally, showbiz chose these people for the specific purpose of showing this