Regina Spektor - What We Saw From The Cheap Seats - Front

Regina Spektor What We Saw From The Cheap Seats Album Review

Regina Spektor is an Russian-American alternative singer-songwriter and pianist. Her music is associated with the anti-folk scene centered in New York City’s (NY) East Village. She makes quirky, highly eclectic, but always personal music. Anti-folk is a music genre that takes the earnestness of politically charged 1960s folk music and subverts it. How is this 32 year old artist influenced by this type of music? It is because, in NY, Spektor studied classic piano with Sonia Vargas, a professor at the Manhattan School of Music, until she was 17. And the rest is history.
Rumer - Boys Don't Cry - Front

Rumer: The Boys Don’t Cry Album Review

Sara Joyce, better known by her stage name, Rumer, recently launched her second album entitled Boys Don’t Cry last May 28, 2012. The album has 12 tracks originally sang by men during the early 70s. What I love about this album is that Rumer was able to deliver the song as if she owns it. Her own version makes the songs unique. You wouldn’t have guessed that these songs were originally sung by men. This album really brings out the artistic talent of Rumer.
Linkin Park Living Things 2012 Album

Linkin Park’s Living Things Album

The wait is finally over for Linkin Park’s latest album “Living Things,” for it is almost two years since they launched their last studio recording (A Thousand Suns). They say, for a band to come up with a next album, is close to impossible because they can no longer compose better music, but Linkin Park proved this wrong. Their creative juices are still over-flowing even if it was years ago when they formed their group. Sixteen years is more than enough for them to mature and evolve to perfection. We see their continuous progression from their debut album, Hybrid Theory, which was the national anthem of the 20th century.

Coca-Cola Concert ng Bayan unites Pinoy Youth to Celebrate 100 Years of Happiness

Once again, Coca-Cola made happy history with a massive nationwide concert party for the Filipino youth to celebrate its 100th year in the Philippines - the Coca-Cola Concert ng Bayan! The rocking concert party, which gathered Pinoy teens from all over the country unfolded at the SM Mall of Asia concert grounds last March 23, 2012 and simultaneously shown live in key locations nationwide including SM Baguio, SM Lucena, SM Cebu and SM Davao and streamed via, allowing everyone across the country and the world to be part of the energizing music, the unlimited festivities and of course, the overflowing happiness.
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Strictly Jeepney Music by Green Mango Ph

Yey! It's the last day of work. I was watching the news yesterday evening and this morning, and the main updates were mostly about the bus stations and traffic routes. We, at Manila Reviews, want to wish you a safe and fun trip ahead! Speaking of trips, we would like to share this cool video with you. This video is by Green Mango Ph. The song was made from sounds from a jeepney ride.
The Bloomfields with Louie, Lakan, Dino, Rocky!

The Bloomfields New Album

I have always admired artists, probably because they have a way of expressing thoughts and feelings through the form of art that they create. Writers write interesting stories and novels, poets write poems, painters create paintings and The Bloomfields sing songs that get people to dance and sing with them. The Bloomfields were know to sing cover songs, and these songs were songs that everyone can relate to, like these pieces for example.