Our Current Projects
Check out our most notable projects.
LAPIS is the super collaboration of local music champions Bayang Barrios, Cooky Chua, and Lolita Carbon of Tres Marias; Chikoy Pura of The Jerks and Gray Granada. An album mixing social subjects such as gender justice, plight of teachers, and oversees workers.
Today’s most in demand Filipino session musicians come together for this long awaited big band studio recording of new and iconic original songs.
A project to raise funds for Gelo Acebedo, a young boy fighting his own battle against a very rare form of bone marrow disease; and the family of another boy we fondly called Ironman Cassie who fought the hardest against bone cancer.
Check out some of our community projects.
4 Piece pop punk band is set to release their debut album Generation this summer 2015! Backed by Sonic Boom Philippines and having garnered a good amount of radio and television airplay for singles such as "I Wanna Touch You" , "Charades", and most recently "Our Time is Now" , Drop Decay has also released the EP "Greetings from the Third World" back in 2012 through their own efforts. Since being introduced to a national audience with music videos being aired on MTV Asia and Myx Philippines, Drop Decay has captured the hearts of young teenage boys and girls both in their hometown of Cebu and Metro Manila. The lads of this lively act are set to raise the bar even higher with their first ever debut album called "Generation" with 10 new unheard tracks .The band has proven itself to usher in a new breed of Filipino bands with their own brand of Pop-Punk and roll and continues to aspire setting a standard for today's scene with their world class music videos and ethic.
Help Volcano Diamond Press promote emergent artists, musicians, filmmakers and writers in Chicago, Illinois via a printed zine.
Our success stories
Project Extended to June 30, 2013 The alternative pop/rock band Color It Red was formed in 1989 after a teen film inspired three schoolmates, mainly vocalist Cooky Chua, then keyboardist Maricar Florendo and rhythm guitarist Barbi Cristi-Paraguya.
(Artiste Connect Premium Project) EXTENDED!!! Taken by Cars was invited as the first band from the Philippines to showcase in one of the world's biggest music and arts festival, the South by Southwest Conference and Festival 2012 at Austin, Texas.
A fundraising campaign by Artiste Connect/ Rock Ed for the benefit of the victims of Typhoon Sendong in Cagayan De Oro.
Help Vincent Moon, the french filmmaker behind the cult music serie La Blogotheque's Take Away Shows, to research and make films about the Filipino music scene, from indie acts to traditional singings and more.
“Illustrated By”: Filipino Invasion of U.S. Comics is a full-length documentary feature tracing the phenomenon of Filipino comic artists that have broke into the U.S. mainstream, to be read by fans from all over the world. The film aims to pay tribute to many of these ignored talents, and showcase their gorgeous artwork.
Visual artist, Mark Salvatus needs your help to fund his travel and new art project to participate in Cosmopolitan Stranger, Hotel de Immigrantes, a parallel event of Manifesta 9, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, which will open its doors in Genk, Province of Limburg, Belgium. please spread the word and help me fly to Belgium! http://marksalvatus.blogspot.com/2012/03/fly-me-to-belgium.html
Hi! I'm SIGFREID BARROS-Sanchez, the director and scriptwriter of the film "IN BANGKA HA UT SIN DUWAH SAPAH" or "THE BOAT BETWEEN TWO RIVERS". We are currently shooting our film but we have to stop production because of depleted funds.
<img src="https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/68616_445916695467433_278645522_n.jpg"> The Manila Review (MR) is a biannual online publication that aims to map the ideas that shape public discussion in the Philippines. Through review essays of recent and outstanding works of nonfiction and fiction, film, and art, it will serve as a living record of changes in politics, the humanities, the sciences, and their intersections.
13 individuals, 13 lives. Based on the song of “Maestro” Ryan Cayabyab entitled, “Limang Dipang Tao” (A Five-Long Queue of People), this film talks about different conflicts and realities of a Filipino individual. The jeepney route from Remedios (Manila) to Cubao (Quezon City), will show a splice of life of these individuals, as we take one day out of their busy lives. Witness what happens to each passenger, before and after their jeepney ride.