oUr PeBoRiT PiNoY P!O!P!

Intro of sorts, this blog is just a look at the past, present & future of the assorted music released by bands & artists in the Philippines & the numerous ones based outside the motherland...from Rock, Reggae, Alternative, Folk, Indiepop, Electronica, New Wave, Goth, Punk, etc. Well, some did ask me, why do I have to call it POP...'my music is this and that and it's anything but' you might say...well, click here for the reason. Anyway, turn up the volume!

Sunday, May 21, 2006

Ride on the slick music of Pedicab's Tugish Takish

The songs in this album are so damn catchy. I don't think you'll end up sitting down if you place this dics in your player...ok, if you're not the dancing type, like me, then you'd probably stomp your feet, tap your fingers on the table or start nodding your head back and forth to the beat. It's like hook laden drone music, with big beats, repetitive guitar lines and quirky lyrics that would convert even a non-fan to their musical assault on their ears.
They have a wide range of influences which you can hear in this 10 track debut album...from the post-punk riffs of Gang of Four, even Britpop Wire-influenced band, Elastica to newer so called New Wave of New Wave bands with 80s influences like The Bloc Party, Franz Ferdinand or Interpol, etc
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This band was formed back in 2004 and released their debut album called "Tugish Takish" in 2005. The band is made up of --
Mappy aka Diego Mapa (lead vocals)(Monsterbot and Cambio)
Masterbeat (extra Service) aka Mike Dizon (Drums)(ex-Teeth and Sandwich)
J.Sonic aka Jason Caballa (Guitar)(ex-Twisted Halo)
Just Tony aka RA Rivera (Visuals and Multimedia)
Sugar Raims aka Raimund Marasigan (Keyboards, Synth, Backing Vox)(ex-Eraserheads, Cambio, Sandwich, Squid 9, etc.)

Find out more about the band
here!



Pedicab - Tugish Takish
(CD/Vicor Music Corp/RCD-168/2005/PH)

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1. Dizzy Boy (streaming audio)
2. Ang Kailangan
3. Dito Tayo Sa Dilim (streaming audio)
4. Bleached Streaks
5. A Stormy Night
6. Bukas
7. I Want It Now
8. Konti Na Lang
9. Giving And Receiving
10. Sagot Kita

plus:
Videos of
1. Dizzy Boy and 2. A Stormy Night



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