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No Ordinary Summer with Franco, Urbandub and Queso [Update!]

B-Side By April 10, 2013 Tags: , , , , , , , , , 1 Comment

Along with the new logo (awesome logo by the way), is the new venue and new poster for Cross Fade Productions‘ No Ordinary Summer gig with full-set performances from FrancoUrbandubQueso with Salamin and Dhruva Tara.

The venue has been moved to the B-Side courtyard, with the same ticket price. All previous ticket holders can use the same ticket.

Here is the Facebook event page:

For more information, contact/connect through the following:

Contact number:  +63.916.312.2483

To get to the venue:

The Collective (7274 Malugay St.), Makati

Here is a map to B-Side, The Collective, Malugay St., Makati:

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No Ordinary Summer with Franco, Urbandub and Queso

Music By March 16, 2013 Tags: , , , , , , , , , 1 Comment

There is already an update for this. Same line-up, same ticket price, NEW VENUE. Click HERE.

Mark your calendars and find Metro Bar on West Avenue on your Google maps, because on April 13, Cross Fade Productions is bringing you full-set performances from Franco, Urbandub, Queso with Salamin and Dhruva Tara.

Tickets are at Php500 but early buyers get Php100 off. For tickets and more information:
Contact number:  +63.916.312.2483


Talata at Amos Cafe – Nov. 23, 2012

Music, Photography By December 4, 2012 Tags: , , , , , , 3 Comments

A number of firsts for me. It was my first time to shoot at Amos Cafe. No, it’s not my first time at Amos, having been there a number of times before, though I preferred to just sit outside and chat with friends and not shoot anything. It was also my first time to use a flash. I have never used a flash, ever. I used to be disinterested, but after a while, that little bug that makes you want to learn something new and get out of your comfort zone gets to you and you find yourself getting things you thought you would not ever want nor get.

I like Amos Cafe. I like the fact that it’s on the second floor, and has a balcony. It reminds me of Wharf Galley in Avenue Square. It’s really narrow though so I get self-conscious when I’m here. I feel like I run into everyone. Though I’m not averse to socializing, most people I meet would say I am aloof. I like that Amos Cafe is dark. I like dark places. Its good for hiding. I like that you can watch the gig outside through the glass walls. I like the fact that food and drinks are cheap though I dislike the fact that the menu is limited.

Since it was my first time to shoot at Amos. It took quite a while to get the right shots. Since I was also learning how to use my new flash, some shots had to suffer. Actually, a lot of shots. So forgive me for all these. I need more practice. Until I get the hang of this, you guys will just have to bear with me and my shortcomings.

The first band I shoot always suffer. So my apologies to Talata. Bawi na lang next time. Wink. (P.S. Happy birthday Mama Reyg.)


Reyg – Kanta
James Roy – Gitara 1
Dacky – Tambol
Anton – Ma-Baho
Jomal – Gitara 2


Talata at Amos Cafe - Nov. 23, 2012

Talata at Amos Cafe - Nov. 23, 2012

Talata at Amos Cafe - Nov. 23, 2012

Talata at Amos Cafe - Nov. 23, 2012