This is Part 2, the first part with Wake Up Call, December Avenue and Electric Princess is HERE.
Fredz Mantilla – Vocals / Sampler
Axel Vito Cruz – Synths / Piano / Back up vocals
Julius Dumlao – Guitars
Moki Man – Guitars / Back up vocals
Gi Garcia – Bass / Back up vocals
Brian Lotho – Drums / Percussion
Dhruva Tara is on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dhruvatara
Ahmad Tanji – Vox/Guitars
Khalid Tanji – Guitars
Em Aquino – Vox/Bass
Eric Po – Drums
Your Imaginary Friends is on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourimaginarymusic
Lilystars Records: http://lilystars-records.com/artists/yourimaginaryfriends/
Pulp Magazine Live: http://pulpmagazinelive.com/main/home-grown-your-imaginary-friends/
I’m trying to take more photos this time because last time, at Dirty Hate’s EP launch at Amos Cafe, I took none. My friends and I were supposedly hopping between Amos Cafe and 70’s Bistro that night but we got stuck at Bistro and didn’t get to come back in time to watch Your Imaginary Friends perform. (Bumabawi lang po! ;-))
The guys were with family and friends, as well as some girls from the Up with People show. I was supposed to come and watch the show too the next day but I was so tired that I didn’t get to go. It was nice to see and meet the girls though! I was really amused at how small the world is because I know different people from different circles that were involved in the Up with People program one way or the other.
Here is Sid, neighbor and friend, who I sometimes call on the phone to hail a cab for me hahaha, or drop by his house to hang out and have coffee first before going home, or ask flood updates from, with his favorite Route 196 staff.
I took almost two hours trying to curl my hair, and look at what I got instead. Same old, same old. I will try to be better at this hair curling thing next time. Thanks to the people who offered to take photos of me.
Thanks Sidney Abuel and Zel Bautista of Crossfade Productions for a fun gig at Route 196! Til next time, ayt? 😉
The entire photo set is HERE btw.