By TJ Delima
Melt! Melt! Melt! In Your Home! will feature Melt Record’s top artists spanning multiple cities, genres, and stylistic approaches performing at 3pm every Saturday on July 3 & 10!
July 3 will feature:
A 4-piece band from Dumaguete City and is composed of Leeju, David, Kenanaiah and Diosem. UJU, which means galaxy in Korean, describe their sound as spacy, dreamy guitar pop and jangly indie-rock pulling influences from Alvvays, Dayglow, Ride, Fazerdaze and Hazel English. They released their debut album “Dream Of Better Days” to much acclaim early in 2021. Check out their Spotify.
Sunday Sunday is the self-proclaimed “greatest band in the world”, and they might not be far off in claiming so. Their brand of britpop and new wave inspired music is playful but also packs a heavy punch. Starting off as Anagram in 2005, the band settled with their latest name and lineup in 2010. Band members include: Bobbi Olvido, Cortz Cortes, Robbie Decillo & Jeremy Rigodon. Check out their Spotify.
A solo guitarist based in Cagayan de Oro City. He produces provocative instrumental music – continuously challenging himself to make music as good as the music he enjoys listening to. In 2020, under the name Obsolete. Cang explored ambient soundscapes with dark, cinematic undertones with a trilogy of single releases spanning November 2020 to January 2021. Listen to his playlist in Spotify.
An experimental solo project by Lynel Ordoñez Sucalit, a singer songwriter based in Cebu City, Philippines. Conjuring the sound of the 80s with a production that’s rough around the edges, Lynel aims to explore themes of life and the hardships of the working class.
July 10 will include:
A solo project of musician and bedroom producer Kath Dizon, continues to navigate the plethora of divine soundscapes crafting a mix of 80s vibes, futuristic synths along with triphop elements, and lush to dark cinematic inspired sounds.
A 5-piece indie band from Cebu, Philippines. The band haven’t had any specific genre per se, yet Indie Pop and Indie Rock are to be the closest words to define their music. The sound of the group is mainly influenced by each member’s different taste and preference for music, which resulted in a unique blend of aggressive and soothing.
A Dream Pop outfit from Cagayan De Oro City, Philippines is composed of KC Salazar (vocals/guitars), Francis Ramos (keyboards), and Janro Abian (Drums). KRNA aims to produce original songs, renditions, live performances and aesthetically remarkable music videos that coincide with this meaning.
A singer-songwriter based in Dumaguete City, Philippines. She doesn’t label her music as any particular genre and prefers to freely explore a mix of styles from indie folk to jazz and blues. She takes influence from various artists from John Mayer and Alanis Morissette to newer acts like Tom Misch, Jacob Collier, and Tash Sultana.
Coloura is made up of friends with different song preferences that makes a song with variety and exclusivity. The band is compose of Jake Russell Relacion, Emil Arran Baleva, Ziv Zoleta & Robert Michael Lim.
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