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  • 17 Oct 2020
    Beabadoobee today releases her highly anticipated debut album Fake it Flowers via Dirty Hit. As one of the UK’s most exciting recent breakthrough artists, Beabadoobee has been on a stratospheric rise since the release of her first acoustic songs, crafted in her childhood bedroom. A raw, confessional album with real trauma at its heart, Fake It Flowers is by far Bea’s most mature body of work to date, tak- ing a sonic journey that documents the delicate sounds of her early EPs all the way through to huge jan- gling guitar anthems that nod to her 90’s grunge heroes. To celebrate the album’s release, this evening Beabadoobee will be playing a full band live performance of the album on Youtube. The show will be broadcast at 8:30pm UK time, tune in at YouTube.com/be- abadoobee    “a thrilling debut from Gen-Z’s newest guitar hero” - 5*, NME “The diary-entry nature of Bea’s songwriting... makes the fuzzy, bubblegum grunge of ‘Fake It Flowers’ a perfect brooding soundtrack” - 4*, DIY   As she always does, Bea came back to where it all started, her childhood bedroom, to write Fake It Flow- ers. "There's something about the arched walls, and the weird smells, and the Tom Hanks posters, that frickin' hits – like, as soon as I walk into my bedroom I want to write something." She took her time there to delve into difficult parts of her history. "Mistakes I made on tour correlated to what happened when I was young," she explains. "It was like a pattern. I went back to a really dark time." Writing, she says, helped her through. "[Childhood] was a traumatic time. I'm still trying to get over it, with the help of therapy and with the help of people around me. It's gonna take a while, but writing this album has helped a lot. Every song is so personal, I'm low-key fucking terrified to show it to the world." The album’s lead singles ‘Care’, which has since been streamed almost four million times, and ‘Sorry’, described by The Guardian as a “masterfully restrained expression of regret, eventually pushing sardonic 90s alt-rock into the sky-splitting territory” showcase Bea at her most determined and anthemic, while she tack- les personal topics from teenage infidelity on ‘Worth It’ to neglected relationships on the tender ‘How Was Your Day?’. Earlier this week Beabadoobee shared ‘Together’ from the album, an un- guarded song about wrestling with the need for affection and comfort but also understanding that it’s impossible to stay in the same place in time forever. Embracing her imperfections and her mistakes, vulnerability is at the core of Fake It Flowers, a genuinely raw and unflinching record: “hopefully people will start to see that I'm learning and growing, and that this al- bum represents that," she adds. Listen to / buy / download Fake It Flowers Fake It Flowers Care Worth It Dye It Red Back To Mars Charlie Brown Emo Song Sorry Further Away Horen Sarrison       How Was Your Day? Together Yoshimi, Forest, Magdalene Beabadoobee is set to play a run of headline shows in 2021 to celebrate the release of Fake It Flowers. The Fake It Flowers tour will take place across the UK and Ireland in September and October next year, taking in 14 dates across the country, including a hometown show at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town. Tickets are on sale now. 2021 UK & IE Tour Dates Tue 07 Sep - MANCHESTER - O2 Ritz Thu 09 Sep - LEEDS - Beckett University Fri 10 Sep - NOTTINGHAM - Rescue Rooms Sat 11 Sep - BIRMINGHAM - O2 Institute Mon 13 Sep - CAMBRIDGE - Junction Tue 14 Sep - LEICESTER - O2 Academy Thu 23 Sep - LONDON - O2 Forum Kentish Town Fri 24 Sep - BRISTOL - SWX Sat 25 Sep - OXFORD - O2 Academy Tue 28 Sep - DUBLIN - The Academy Wed 29 Sep - BELFAST - Oh Yeah Music Centre Sat 02 Oct - NEWCASTLE - University Students Union Sun 03 Oct - EDINBURGH - The Liquid Room Mon 04 Oct - GLASGOW - SWG3     Born in the Philippines and raised in London, Bea Kristi began recording music as Beabadoobee in 2017. At just 20 years old, Beabadoobee has built her huge, dedicated Gen-Z fan base with her flawless output of confessional bedroom pop songs and DIY aesthetic. Her first track, ‘Coffee’ gathered hundreds of thousands of streams in a matter of days, through a fan-uploaded video, and has since taken on new life as a sample in Powfu’s TikTok and worldwide chart-dominating hit. Earlier this year Bea took to the road on a UK arena tour with labelmates The 1975, including two sold out shows at London’s O2 arena. The end of 2019 also saw her tour the US with Clairo, headline the sold out Dirty Hit Tour and release her acclaimed third EP Space Cadet, the follow up 2018’s Dirty Hit debut Patched Up and her stardom cementing Loveworm. Her highly anticipated debut album Fake It Flowers is out now.
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  • Beabadoobee today releases her highly anticipated debut album Fake it Flowers via Dirty Hit. As one of the UK’s most exciting recent breakthrough artists, Beabadoobee has been on a stratospheric rise since the release of her first acoustic songs, crafted in her childhood bedroom. A raw, confessional album with real trauma at its heart, Fake It Flowers is by far Bea’s most mature body of work to date, tak- ing a sonic journey that documents the delicate sounds of her early EPs all the way through to huge jan- gling guitar anthems that nod to her 90’s grunge heroes. To celebrate the album’s release, this evening Beabadoobee will be playing a full band live performance of the album on Youtube. The show will be broadcast at 8:30pm UK time, tune in at YouTube.com/be- abadoobee    “a thrilling debut from Gen-Z’s newest guitar hero” - 5*, NME “The diary-entry nature of Bea’s songwriting... makes the fuzzy, bubblegum grunge of ‘Fake It Flowers’ a perfect brooding soundtrack” - 4*, DIY   As she always does, Bea came back to where it all started, her childhood bedroom, to write Fake It Flow- ers. "There's something about the arched walls, and the weird smells, and the Tom Hanks posters, that frickin' hits – like, as soon as I walk into my bedroom I want to write something." She took her time there to delve into difficult parts of her history. "Mistakes I made on tour correlated to what happened when I was young," she explains. "It was like a pattern. I went back to a really dark time." Writing, she says, helped her through. "[Childhood] was a traumatic time. I'm still trying to get over it, with the help of therapy and with the help of people around me. It's gonna take a while, but writing this album has helped a lot. Every song is so personal, I'm low-key fucking terrified to show it to the world." The album’s lead singles ‘Care’, which has since been streamed almost four million times, and ‘Sorry’, described by The Guardian as a “masterfully restrained expression of regret, eventually pushing sardonic 90s alt-rock into the sky-splitting territory” showcase Bea at her most determined and anthemic, while she tack- les personal topics from teenage infidelity on ‘Worth It’ to neglected relationships on the tender ‘How Was Your Day?’. Earlier this week Beabadoobee shared ‘Together’ from the album, an un- guarded song about wrestling with the need for affection and comfort but also understanding that it’s impossible to stay in the same place in time forever. Embracing her imperfections and her mistakes, vulnerability is at the core of Fake It Flowers, a genuinely raw and unflinching record: “hopefully people will start to see that I'm learning and growing, and that this al- bum represents that," she adds. Listen to / buy / download Fake It Flowers Fake It Flowers Care Worth It Dye It Red Back To Mars Charlie Brown Emo Song Sorry Further Away Horen Sarrison       How Was Your Day? Together Yoshimi, Forest, Magdalene Beabadoobee is set to play a run of headline shows in 2021 to celebrate the release of Fake It Flowers. The Fake It Flowers tour will take place across the UK and Ireland in September and October next year, taking in 14 dates across the country, including a hometown show at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town. Tickets are on sale now. 2021 UK & IE Tour Dates Tue 07 Sep - MANCHESTER - O2 Ritz Thu 09 Sep - LEEDS - Beckett University Fri 10 Sep - NOTTINGHAM - Rescue Rooms Sat 11 Sep - BIRMINGHAM - O2 Institute Mon 13 Sep - CAMBRIDGE - Junction Tue 14 Sep - LEICESTER - O2 Academy Thu 23 Sep - LONDON - O2 Forum Kentish Town Fri 24 Sep - BRISTOL - SWX Sat 25 Sep - OXFORD - O2 Academy Tue 28 Sep - DUBLIN - The Academy Wed 29 Sep - BELFAST - Oh Yeah Music Centre Sat 02 Oct - NEWCASTLE - University Students Union Sun 03 Oct - EDINBURGH - The Liquid Room Mon 04 Oct - GLASGOW - SWG3     Born in the Philippines and raised in London, Bea Kristi began recording music as Beabadoobee in 2017. At just 20 years old, Beabadoobee has built her huge, dedicated Gen-Z fan base with her flawless output of confessional bedroom pop songs and DIY aesthetic. Her first track, ‘Coffee’ gathered hundreds of thousands of streams in a matter of days, through a fan-uploaded video, and has since taken on new life as a sample in Powfu’s TikTok and worldwide chart-dominating hit. Earlier this year Bea took to the road on a UK arena tour with labelmates The 1975, including two sold out shows at London’s O2 arena. The end of 2019 also saw her tour the US with Clairo, headline the sold out Dirty Hit Tour and release her acclaimed third EP Space Cadet, the follow up 2018’s Dirty Hit debut Patched Up and her stardom cementing Loveworm. Her highly anticipated debut album Fake It Flowers is out now.
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  • 12 Oct 2020
    Kubra Commander joins Lilystars Records’ impressive roster of music acts from the Philippines and beyond. Prior to signing up with the indie record label, the Cebu-based psychedelic rock outfit has been making waves online since the release of their breakthrough track, “On Your Left,” which made it to CNN’s 8 New Local Releases for your Listening Pleasureand earned a glowing review from indie music website, Flying Lugaw. To mark their debut on Lilystars Records, the band has finally released their latest single “The Now”—a brooding, post-punk number about “gaining a new perspective on things through experience, and having an inclination to share the experience with other people in hopes that they can gain something new in return.”  Propelled by Kubra Commander’s inherent brand of disaffected cool, “The Now” starts off strongly with glistening synths straight from the ‘80s pop playbook, and builds up into an anthemic chorus at a brisk pace. Music-wise, it sounds more indebted to the band’s post punk and new wave influences, as well as the escapist, modern indie rock anthems of music acts such as MGMT and Empire of The Sun. “I believe the chiming synth riff was what nailed it for me, playing it over the chords and beat gave a danceable feel to the track which I really liked,” vocalist and guitarist Bobbi Olvido shares the details about the music arrangements. “Everything just followed through from that point. It's the first song where in all the members we're able to contribute in the recording process, and it was quite easy to have everyone be on the same page production-wise. I also wanted to try to play with the idea of singing all the verses first and having all the choruses after.” “The Now” will be part of Kubra Commander’s upcoming new album, Rhythm Tourists to be released in 2021.   
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  • Kubra Commander joins Lilystars Records’ impressive roster of music acts from the Philippines and beyond. Prior to signing up with the indie record label, the Cebu-based psychedelic rock outfit has been making waves online since the release of their breakthrough track, “On Your Left,” which made it to CNN’s 8 New Local Releases for your Listening Pleasureand earned a glowing review from indie music website, Flying Lugaw. To mark their debut on Lilystars Records, the band has finally released their latest single “The Now”—a brooding, post-punk number about “gaining a new perspective on things through experience, and having an inclination to share the experience with other people in hopes that they can gain something new in return.”  Propelled by Kubra Commander’s inherent brand of disaffected cool, “The Now” starts off strongly with glistening synths straight from the ‘80s pop playbook, and builds up into an anthemic chorus at a brisk pace. Music-wise, it sounds more indebted to the band’s post punk and new wave influences, as well as the escapist, modern indie rock anthems of music acts such as MGMT and Empire of The Sun. “I believe the chiming synth riff was what nailed it for me, playing it over the chords and beat gave a danceable feel to the track which I really liked,” vocalist and guitarist Bobbi Olvido shares the details about the music arrangements. “Everything just followed through from that point. It's the first song where in all the members we're able to contribute in the recording process, and it was quite easy to have everyone be on the same page production-wise. I also wanted to try to play with the idea of singing all the verses first and having all the choruses after.” “The Now” will be part of Kubra Commander’s upcoming new album, Rhythm Tourists to be released in 2021.   
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  • 12 Oct 2020
    Award-winning nine-piece band, Ben&Ben joins the impressive roster of nominees for the 2020 MTV Europe Music Awards (EMA).     The official announcement enlisted the critically acclaimed collective as a nominee for Best Southeast Asian Act—a special category that aims to recognize the region’s finest.   According to percussionist Andrew de Pano, the group wasn’t really sure of what to feel after receiving the news, but felt grateful to be part of this year’s selection. “Being nominated feels like such a huge honor, so we have nothing but gratitude to all the people who helped us get here,” Miguel says in a statement. “We all grew up seeing all our favorite artists get nominated for MTV awards, so to actually be in this same position feels nothing short of surreal.”     Ben&Ben vocalist and guitarist Paolo Benjamin also expressed gratitude to everyone who supported the band. “We've always worked towards a collective goal to play music that speaks to and of the heart and soul of the Filipino. In our humble yet exciting journey of sharing our musical stories to the world, we thank everyone for continuing to believe in us. We promise to continue giving our all in every single step.”     Aside from Ben&Ben, other music acts that were shortlisted in the same category from the previous years include Sarah Geronimo, James Reid, Nadine Lustre, IV of Spades and Moira Dela Torre.   To vote for Ben&Ben, click here. Voting runs until November 2 (Monday).   The 27th edition of MTV EMA will be aired on November 8. Details on the performers, presenters and hosts will be announced soon.
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  • Award-winning nine-piece band, Ben&Ben joins the impressive roster of nominees for the 2020 MTV Europe Music Awards (EMA).     The official announcement enlisted the critically acclaimed collective as a nominee for Best Southeast Asian Act—a special category that aims to recognize the region’s finest.   According to percussionist Andrew de Pano, the group wasn’t really sure of what to feel after receiving the news, but felt grateful to be part of this year’s selection. “Being nominated feels like such a huge honor, so we have nothing but gratitude to all the people who helped us get here,” Miguel says in a statement. “We all grew up seeing all our favorite artists get nominated for MTV awards, so to actually be in this same position feels nothing short of surreal.”     Ben&Ben vocalist and guitarist Paolo Benjamin also expressed gratitude to everyone who supported the band. “We've always worked towards a collective goal to play music that speaks to and of the heart and soul of the Filipino. In our humble yet exciting journey of sharing our musical stories to the world, we thank everyone for continuing to believe in us. We promise to continue giving our all in every single step.”     Aside from Ben&Ben, other music acts that were shortlisted in the same category from the previous years include Sarah Geronimo, James Reid, Nadine Lustre, IV of Spades and Moira Dela Torre.   To vote for Ben&Ben, click here. Voting runs until November 2 (Monday).   The 27th edition of MTV EMA will be aired on November 8. Details on the performers, presenters and hosts will be announced soon.
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  • 09 Oct 2020
    If you thought the production on their previous songs are brilliant, Leanne and Naara take their sound to a new level on their new release, "Keeping Me Up."Keeping Me Up, the creative duo's first single in a while is a testimony to their artistic growth. At just four years since breaking through, Leanne and Naara’s garnered constant positive buzz from fans and media critics who have fallen in love with their sound. With the new single, people will rave about them even more. Talking about the new song, Leanne shared, "Keeping Me Up is a product of the songwriting camp we attended in Sweden in October last year. It was a three-day songwriting camp that we had the privilege to be a part of. We never thought we’d get ever the chance to come to Sweden, and to be there for the purpose of music made the trip even more special. It was lovely because we got to experience their process of songwriting and music production firsthand. They’re full of ideas and so innovative that’s why it’s no surprise that most modern pop songs that top the charts come from there." Their time spent in Sweden allowed Leanne and Naara to explore a different side of their artistry that pushed them to new-found capacities. The duo delved further into the "indie pop" world, incorporating sounds more complex compared to their other songs. "We worked with a different set of producers every day. The second day at camp was really exciting because it was our first time to work with a topline writer. A topliner is the one who comes up with the melody of the song. Keeping Me Up was written on this day with Elias as our producer and Patrik as our topliner. Some of the artists he’s worked with are Jojo and Akon so it was a pleasure working with him indeed!", Leanne added.Keeping Me Up, produced at Northbound Studios, Stockholm Sweden, presents Leanne and Naara turning a corner with a new indie pop and r&b sound—the product of their harmonious team-up with the Swedish music makers. "We actually just started jamming to different chord progressions and melodies until we found the perfect style for the song. We wouldn’t be able to come up with this beautiful track without the help of Elias (producer) and Patrik (topliner). The one who really put the indie-pop and r&b vibe was Elias. It was magic when he made it because he was just jamming to himself while we were writing the lyrics and then after a few minutes, he came up with this dance-y vibe and melody that’s perfect with the hook that we made with Patrik. It was really a collaborative work." Leanne and Naara is no stranger to writing about love and relationships, with songs like "Again" and "Evergreen" among their hit singles. Narrated with catchy beats and honest lyrics, Keeping Me Up tells a budding romance that's easily relatable for anyone listening. On their move toward this new direction, Naara said, "This song is totally different from our previous tracks because it’s a mix of pop, indie, soul and r&b. This time we didn’t box our sound into one genre. And this song will be the bridge to our new sound so they’d better be ready to hear more upbeat songs from us! We really hope they’ll enjoy and love listening it as much as we do."New song releases used to come with press launches and a bar tour, but live music continues to bear the brunt of the pandemic. With everything done virtually, even Leanne and Naara had to make adjustments when interacting with their fans. "We miss human contact. We’re lucky that we can still connect with the help of technology, but being able to look into an audience member’s eyes while performing onstage, or getting to hug our friends and chat with them after a performance, and even watching our favorite artists, these are priceless interactions that sadly we cannot afford to have now. We definitely miss it, and we hope we can come back to the stage soon. But 'til then, we’ll strive to look for more creative ways to share our music and our experiences."For fans and new listeners, expect more exciting news from Leanne and Naara for the rest of the year. Keep tabs by following their and Warner Music Philippines' social media pages.
    259 Posted by Franz Santiago
  • If you thought the production on their previous songs are brilliant, Leanne and Naara take their sound to a new level on their new release, "Keeping Me Up."Keeping Me Up, the creative duo's first single in a while is a testimony to their artistic growth. At just four years since breaking through, Leanne and Naara’s garnered constant positive buzz from fans and media critics who have fallen in love with their sound. With the new single, people will rave about them even more. Talking about the new song, Leanne shared, "Keeping Me Up is a product of the songwriting camp we attended in Sweden in October last year. It was a three-day songwriting camp that we had the privilege to be a part of. We never thought we’d get ever the chance to come to Sweden, and to be there for the purpose of music made the trip even more special. It was lovely because we got to experience their process of songwriting and music production firsthand. They’re full of ideas and so innovative that’s why it’s no surprise that most modern pop songs that top the charts come from there." Their time spent in Sweden allowed Leanne and Naara to explore a different side of their artistry that pushed them to new-found capacities. The duo delved further into the "indie pop" world, incorporating sounds more complex compared to their other songs. "We worked with a different set of producers every day. The second day at camp was really exciting because it was our first time to work with a topline writer. A topliner is the one who comes up with the melody of the song. Keeping Me Up was written on this day with Elias as our producer and Patrik as our topliner. Some of the artists he’s worked with are Jojo and Akon so it was a pleasure working with him indeed!", Leanne added.Keeping Me Up, produced at Northbound Studios, Stockholm Sweden, presents Leanne and Naara turning a corner with a new indie pop and r&b sound—the product of their harmonious team-up with the Swedish music makers. "We actually just started jamming to different chord progressions and melodies until we found the perfect style for the song. We wouldn’t be able to come up with this beautiful track without the help of Elias (producer) and Patrik (topliner). The one who really put the indie-pop and r&b vibe was Elias. It was magic when he made it because he was just jamming to himself while we were writing the lyrics and then after a few minutes, he came up with this dance-y vibe and melody that’s perfect with the hook that we made with Patrik. It was really a collaborative work." Leanne and Naara is no stranger to writing about love and relationships, with songs like "Again" and "Evergreen" among their hit singles. Narrated with catchy beats and honest lyrics, Keeping Me Up tells a budding romance that's easily relatable for anyone listening. On their move toward this new direction, Naara said, "This song is totally different from our previous tracks because it’s a mix of pop, indie, soul and r&b. This time we didn’t box our sound into one genre. And this song will be the bridge to our new sound so they’d better be ready to hear more upbeat songs from us! We really hope they’ll enjoy and love listening it as much as we do."New song releases used to come with press launches and a bar tour, but live music continues to bear the brunt of the pandemic. With everything done virtually, even Leanne and Naara had to make adjustments when interacting with their fans. "We miss human contact. We’re lucky that we can still connect with the help of technology, but being able to look into an audience member’s eyes while performing onstage, or getting to hug our friends and chat with them after a performance, and even watching our favorite artists, these are priceless interactions that sadly we cannot afford to have now. We definitely miss it, and we hope we can come back to the stage soon. But 'til then, we’ll strive to look for more creative ways to share our music and our experiences."For fans and new listeners, expect more exciting news from Leanne and Naara for the rest of the year. Keep tabs by following their and Warner Music Philippines' social media pages.
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  • 08 Oct 2020
    Indie pop trio Parasouls deftly captures the frustration of romantic yearning on their debut single “Can We, Can We”—released today via Lilystars Records. A brisk but engaging alt-rock number that brings to mind the likes of The Cranberries and Frankie Cosmos, the band’s latest release is a tribute to a beloved sci-fi character from one of the longest running TV series in the world. “This is a funny story: Can We, Can We is actually the first song I’ve ever written back when I was seventeen,” guitarist and vocalist Dani Dimaano says. “I wrote about one of my favorite TV shows, Doctor Who. This song, in particular, is an ode to Rose Tyler and The Doctor in the TARDIS.” The song was originally recorded in acoustic form, and was written way back in high school by Dani and bassist Joshua Gaces. “We tweaked the rhythm a little bit so it would fit the band setting better,” Dani shares. “Also, fun fact: I really wanted to put in a dotted 8 delay somewhere in the song, so I spent so much time trying to learn that just to make sure it makes it to the record.” The final version of “Can We Can We” is indicative of the band’s combined music influences, which touch on a more playful but deceptively simple arrangement and anthemic pacing. It sets the tone for their future releases, where the music is written and produced with the right mix of inherent rawness, melodic sheen, and pop sensibility.Parasouls’ “Can We Can We” is now available on all streaming and digital platforms worldwide.
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  • Indie pop trio Parasouls deftly captures the frustration of romantic yearning on their debut single “Can We, Can We”—released today via Lilystars Records. A brisk but engaging alt-rock number that brings to mind the likes of The Cranberries and Frankie Cosmos, the band’s latest release is a tribute to a beloved sci-fi character from one of the longest running TV series in the world. “This is a funny story: Can We, Can We is actually the first song I’ve ever written back when I was seventeen,” guitarist and vocalist Dani Dimaano says. “I wrote about one of my favorite TV shows, Doctor Who. This song, in particular, is an ode to Rose Tyler and The Doctor in the TARDIS.” The song was originally recorded in acoustic form, and was written way back in high school by Dani and bassist Joshua Gaces. “We tweaked the rhythm a little bit so it would fit the band setting better,” Dani shares. “Also, fun fact: I really wanted to put in a dotted 8 delay somewhere in the song, so I spent so much time trying to learn that just to make sure it makes it to the record.” The final version of “Can We Can We” is indicative of the band’s combined music influences, which touch on a more playful but deceptively simple arrangement and anthemic pacing. It sets the tone for their future releases, where the music is written and produced with the right mix of inherent rawness, melodic sheen, and pop sensibility.Parasouls’ “Can We Can We” is now available on all streaming and digital platforms worldwide.
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  • 06 Oct 2020
    K Sounds is excited to announce a remix contest for LA Santos’ new single, Hibang! Written by Josan Enos Perez, the song is a bona fide dance anthem that combines LA’s soulful vocals with a dark, sensuous club vibe.     If LA himself likes your mix (as well as judges Dara Carmina, Migs Santillan and David Ardiente), you could win some awesome prizes, including P10,000 for Best Remix, P5,000 for People’s Choice, a 7K Sounds ‘New Normal’ kit, a 4-pack PCK Light Ale, Drunk Barista liquor, and Calle Con bucket hat!   How to join: Send the following information to the 7K Sounds Facebook page: Name (Last, First, Middle) Contact number Email address Home address Birthday (mm-dd-yyyy)   Fill up the Google form linked here: https://bit.ly/2ETLusf Wait for the master audio file to be sent to your submitted Email address Upload your entry on your personal or artist Facebook page Set to Public viewing Tag LA Santos and 7K Sounds Facebook page Add hashtag #HibangRemixContest   The submission deadline for the Hibang Remix Contest is Saturday, October 17.   Four remixes for the single have been released on Spotify, Apple Music and other digital platforms as of Friday, October 2, 2020. These remixes are brought to you by talented producers Funk Arvy, Katsy Lee, Gummy Manila and Menon & Steelo. Listen to them here: https://spoti.fi/34mzMPD   This contest is brought to you by 7K Sounds, the fresh new record label that LA and many other exciting acts call home. Look out for more new releases to come from 7K’s upstart collection of innovative talent!  
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  • K Sounds is excited to announce a remix contest for LA Santos’ new single, Hibang! Written by Josan Enos Perez, the song is a bona fide dance anthem that combines LA’s soulful vocals with a dark, sensuous club vibe.     If LA himself likes your mix (as well as judges Dara Carmina, Migs Santillan and David Ardiente), you could win some awesome prizes, including P10,000 for Best Remix, P5,000 for People’s Choice, a 7K Sounds ‘New Normal’ kit, a 4-pack PCK Light Ale, Drunk Barista liquor, and Calle Con bucket hat!   How to join: Send the following information to the 7K Sounds Facebook page: Name (Last, First, Middle) Contact number Email address Home address Birthday (mm-dd-yyyy)   Fill up the Google form linked here: https://bit.ly/2ETLusf Wait for the master audio file to be sent to your submitted Email address Upload your entry on your personal or artist Facebook page Set to Public viewing Tag LA Santos and 7K Sounds Facebook page Add hashtag #HibangRemixContest   The submission deadline for the Hibang Remix Contest is Saturday, October 17.   Four remixes for the single have been released on Spotify, Apple Music and other digital platforms as of Friday, October 2, 2020. These remixes are brought to you by talented producers Funk Arvy, Katsy Lee, Gummy Manila and Menon & Steelo. Listen to them here: https://spoti.fi/34mzMPD   This contest is brought to you by 7K Sounds, the fresh new record label that LA and many other exciting acts call home. Look out for more new releases to come from 7K’s upstart collection of innovative talent!  
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