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Mike Villegas
Hear it is

Mike Villegas

  “Hear it is” is a series of interviews with musicians, transcribed here as oral histories. We talk about what they do and what they’ve done, and what has changed since they started making music. We Talked About The vapid culture of being hip The cadence of storytelling in music Early Billy Joel Late greats: … Continue reading

Katwo Puertollano
Hear it is

Katwo Puertollano

“Hear it is” is a series of interviews with musicians, transcribed here as oral histories. We talk about what they do and what they’ve done, and what has changed since they started making music. Discussed were: Ongoing projects Rock music as a family affair Smart girls and sensitive boys A generation of Forever21 mannequins Claire … Continue reading

Syke
Hear it is

Syke

“Hear it is” is a series of interviews with musicians, transcribed here as oral histories. We talk about what they do and what they’ve done, and what has changed since they started making music. We talked about The craziness of audiences outside Metro Manila Going international, whether or not you want to Understanding the lyrics … Continue reading

Vin Dancel
Hear it is

Vin Dancel

“Hear it is” is a series of interviews with musicians, transcribed here as oral histories. We talk about what they do and what they’ve done, and what has changed since they started making music. A Positive Outlook for… Ciudad (Ciudad are mentioned in almost every entry, but I swear they’re not sponsoring anything!) Bgy. Tibay Online … Continue reading

Diego Castillo
Hear it is

Diego Castillo

“Hear it is” is a series of interviews with musicians, transcribed here as oral histories. We talk about what they do and what they’ve done, and what has changed since they started making music. Mentioned and More or Less Discussed at Length Tame the Tikbalang, Feet like Fins, because “Ron pissed on the people!”, Violent … Continue reading

Owel Alvero
Hear it is

Owel Alvero

“Hear it is” is a series of interviews with musicians, transcribed here as oral histories. We talk about what they do and what they’ve done, and what has changed since they started making music. Discussed Not “El Bimbo”, but “214” Taking a hiatus How there are no future prospects I first saw Owel perform when … Continue reading