Lawrence “Larry” Ypil is an accomplished writer and poet. His first book of poems, The Highest Hiding Place was given the Madrigal Gonzalez Best First Book Award (2011). His work has received The Academy of American Poets Prize, the Philippines Free Press Awards, and the Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards among others.
This episode was a real treat for me. From my perspective, Urbandub came out of nowhere. I went to college in Manila and lived in a dormitory. The dorm organized lots of parties. To me, it looked like they just showed up one day and performed one heckuva rock show. From then on, I was hooked. I watched them almost every time they played in my college.
Zerothreetwo will be hosting a screening of Superpsychocebu. The screening will be held in Handuraw Mango at 9pm sharp on August 2, 2018.
For now, I wanted to examine what happened in the past. After all, the past is what you learn today to benefit the future. With that in mind, I invited Alex “Phatboy” Lim to guest in the podcast. Having real experience managing a band and organizing concerts, he has plenty of stories to share.
Jude Crisostomo is the perfect person to ask about this world. Not only does he have years of marketing experience, he knows what it is like on the client side through his experience with his clothing brand, Strawberry Clothing. He is part of a very talented group of people in White Brick Creative Studio.
A few friends and I ended the month of June with something new, at least for me it was something new. We borrowed a few mountain bikes, drove all the way to Foressa Mountain Town, and went cycling around the Foressa Trails.
I used to be intimidated of Carla Adlawan. Most know her as one of the bubbliest and friendliest people in the world, but my high school memory of her is as the guitarist of the metal band called Dysmenorrhea. Imagine a six foot rocker chick head banging like a possessed demon, while playing a dropped tuning heavy metal guitar. That’s how I remember her.