It’s funny. This is the second time in the short history of the Zerothreetwo Conversations podcast that spaghetti was used as a metaphor for art. I don’t want to spoil it, so I’m not going to explain what spaghetti means, but I’ll tell you this, there are times when more spaghetti is not enough.
Karl Lucente is one of the members of Mandaue Nights, but long before the birth of the group, Karl had his fingers dipped in the local music scene for years. His video work under Southernlads Productions helped many local bands. Then eventually he found his own way into music through Honeydrop and Hey! It’s Your Birthday before eventually falling into Mandaue Nights.
In this episode of the podcast, we talk about Karl’s early start into the music scene, his approach when it comes to music, the branding/business side of being an artist today, and his many music projects.
Enjoy the episode.
Joe Rogan interviews Elon Musk
Kurt Fick (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)
Christian Linaban (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)
Hey! It’s Your Birthday
Under Cover Grasshoppers
Rescue a Hero (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)
Trauma by Shuffled
GrrrDog by Honeydrop
Forever Blue by Honeydrop
Cattski (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)
Tarzan Boy by Baltimora
Swiss Boy by Lou Sern
You and I by Mandaue Nights
Sheila and the Insects
Pretty Loser by Sheila and the Insects
First Kiss by Mandaue Nights
22 Tango Records
Above the Line
Danielle Aballe – de los Reyes
Principal by Missing Filemon
Rappler – Mandaue Nights teaches Bisaya
Vincent Eco (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)
IV of Spades
School Girl Classic
Luigi Balazo (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)
Ang Bandang Shirley
Happy Garaje (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)
Haven’t Got You by School Girl Classic
School Girl Classic twitter
School Girl Classic Instagram
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