Filipino alt-rock outfit the vowels they orbit has reached the second spot of the streaming chart through their latest song "Selos." It was a milestone that has made their name resounding further since joining Sony Music Philippines, with most especially since first hitting the upper bracket of the Spotify Philippines' Viral 50.
It is unfortunately yet inevitable that
pop culture has been one of the factors to some cases of cyberattacks. Just this past May, the height of the eighth and final
season of Game of Thrones saw a spike in related cybercriminal
activity. That's according to Kaspersky Lab researchers.
At the height of sexual harassment issues and call-out culture, one upcoming young singer-songwriter affirms her stand for a fight against sexual harassment and abuses towards women, no matter how toxic it may sound to some.
It was in September 2017 when Orange & Lemons shocked the country by returning to the Philippine music scene in such improbable fashion. It was a resurgence that came out of nowhere – or right after re-tuning their tunes from the pop band's debut album Love In The Land Of Dirty Shoes and Ice Cream.
It was in June 1982 when music journalist Maurice Fleuret and France's then-Minister of Culture Jack Lang organized the first-ever Fête de la Musique. Usually, citizens of a city or country are allowed and urged to play music outside in their neighborhoods or in public spaces and parks during this special day.
What was once a cultural-driven movement turned out to be a worldwide phenomenon, as other cities follow suit later on. Over the course of time, FDLM has been a yearly thing in over 700 cities and 120 countries.
It was a hot Saturday afternoon – and at the same time, a happy one. It was all filled with fun, music, summer food carts, drinks and shades, lawn games and prizes held at Fashion Art in Quezon City, as fashion designer Happy Andrada launched her Spring/Summer 2020 Bridal dressing robe collection.
There's a whole new world coming to Singapore this July.
We have seen Disney reinventing some of
their timeless gems recently; and for this year, the known
Mideast-themed fairy tale has been making waves anew in cinemas. The
live-action movie adaptation is directed by Guy Richie and features
Will Smith as the Genie, Mena Massoud in the title role and Naomi
Scott as Princess Jasmine.
But apart from this musical fantasy film, Aladdin has been a sensation in the world of live theater, too.
In fact, this English-language Broadway Musical is set to hit
Singapore starting 21 July, and it will be their first and only stop
It seems to me that VIVA Films has been producing some of the high-quality local movies recently. Buy Bust somehow raved for its grotesque and proved Anne Curtis can be a tough ass-kicking agent, plus Arjo Atayde being such a devilish guy as a character actor.