Musika Central introduces Talking About Jane

IN MUSIKA Central's mission of putting forward local artists, we now launch the music video of A Song for SAN-D by Talking About Jane.

Talking About Jane is the newest band GenSan should be proud of. With inspiration from various influences, Talking About Jane has produced sound that sets them apart from the bands we usually hear.

Talking About Jane is composed of Jopat Barcelona (Vocals/Guitar), Jay del Pilar (Violin), Gerson Juele (Lead Guitar), Robin Lim (Base Guitar), and McVince Aligarbe (Drums/Beatbox).

>>Talking About Jane Fanpage

Asked why they named their band Talking About Jane they say that Jane is a symbol for every girl. The band  writes songs about girls and relationships with them.

In this video, TAJ shows its take on broken relationships. With Crizel Jane Beller in the female lead role, Jopat plays a repentant guy who attempts to make it up to the girl but finds out that there is no more chance for them to be together.

"A Song for SAN-D is a song for our ex-girlfriends," says Jopat. Surely, everyone who has had relationships that went sour can relate to this song.

Here's the music video:

Watch out for more of what Talking About Jane can offer.


Zendee Rose to perform in Singapore

YOUTUBE SENSATION from GenSan, Zendee Rose, is set to perform in Singapore on June 28 together with five other YouTube stars in an event called Under the Stars: The YouTube Sensations.

The concert will be held at The Coliseum, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore.

Zendee will be performing alongside Madilyn Bailey,  Tanner Patrick, Nate Tao, The 38 Years Ago, and The Sam Willows.

Tickets are priced $68 and can be purchased on this site: Buy Under the Stars: The YouTube Sensations tickets.

Here's the concert poster:

MusikaCentral is proud of you, Zendee! Congratulations! Make us all proud with your performance in Singapore!


GenSan celebrates Independence Day with Katribu Music Festival

GENSAN'S HOMEGROWN bands and local artists gathered on the night of the 115th anniversary of Philippine Independence at the Robinson's Place Gensan parking lot for the Katribu Music Festival.

Bands of all genre and other music performers gave it their all in a musical event organized by Musikalilangan, Inc. and sponsored by Robinson's Place GenSan and SocSarGen News FM.

Over 20 performers graced the Katribu Music Festival stage and the standout performances -- according to me -- during the night are from the bands Talking About Jane11th Floor, and that of GenSan's pride, beatbox artist Harold Jomar Gesulga, who has once wowed the Pilipinas Got Talent judges and audience.

Here's a video I took of Harold's performance:

Talented Beatboxer from GenSan

He performed Psy's Gangnam Style and Gentleman. He ended his performance by playing the harmonica and mixed it with sound produced by his mouth.

There are just so many great talents in GenSan and nearby places. The bands performed their own songs and I could say that those songs can become big hits, too. I wish local artists can get the kind of exposure they deserve.

I look forward to a bigger Katribu Music Festival in GenSan next year.

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