Thursday, January 29, 2009

Koogang's Onggoy Video

Grabbed from Youtube

This is Koogang. They are undoubtedly one of the most loudest and hardcore of the local bands here. Check out this video montage of their gigs, skateboarding jams and alcohol induced pissing contests.

One can just hope no animals were hurt during the making of that video.

For more Koogang videos, check out Nak5114 or kandilabra.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

SoundsFresh: "Nihit" by YorDaddy

Fresh Tracks from SoundGarage

"Nihit" - by YorDaddy (click on link to play song in Imeem)

This song is a new unreleased single from the hottest Boholano rock band in Tagbilaran City, Bohol. It talks about a pennyless lover who has an empty wallet but a heart full of love. This song uses wit, humor and a good dose of rock - as with past YorDaddy songs - to get the point across.

YorDaddy Band Promo Photoshoot-5

"Nihit" is freshly (and professionally) recorded at SoundGarage recording studio by Roy Tutor. Here is the lyrics of the song:

By Yordaddy

Gilantaw ko ang bituon
Maypa siya kay dali kab-uton
Bisag unsaon'g pugos balikon
Di na mabalik ang kagahapon

Gahulat ako
Inday, paminawa ko

Natingala ko sa akoa
Nahinangop man ko sa imoha
Gi-ugom ko tanang kasakit
Ikaw nakapalandag sa akong kangitngit

Gahulat ako
Inday, paminawa ko

Bisag wala gyud ko’y ikahatag
Bulawan ug alahas nga makapalandag
Pasensya na kung kita manglaag
Imo tanang gasto sukad pa sa buntag
Mahal nga kan-anan di ’ta ka mapakaon
Puso ug batikon lang gud ta gihapon
Sinina mong gi-ukay ko pagka hapon
Angayan gyud ka tan-awon

Kaya mo bang
Talikdan ang tanan
Mga naandan mong kahilayan

Wala na gyud ko’y laing mahatag
Kundi gugma lang

Magpasalig ako ampingan ’ta ka
Palipayon ’ta ka hantud sa kahangturan

(repeat chorus 3x)

Angayan jud ka tan-awon
Gwapa lang gihapon

Gihigugma ’ta ka gihapon (5x)


To know more about the band, visit:

SoundsFresh features newly released music from Bohol's various indie rock groups. We encourage the bands to submit their fresh songs to us via email (or Imeem is much preferred). Please include band info and song lyrics.

Sunday, January 18, 2009

I just got a copy of Cruisers debut album!!!

by Ryan Macalandag

Here it is, the brand-spankin' new album of Cruisers -- the now locally famous rock band from Loboc, Bohol. The album is so cool, it looks like the real thing..well, it's the real thing, except that it's locally produced. And what's cooler is that I did the photography for the album! Yeah!hehehe

Please click on the photos below for a bigger view.

Anyways, more on the band and their songs at a bit later time. Pit Senyor!

For more information on the band, please contact Ate Fe Beldoro (band manager) at

Friday, January 09, 2009

BangBang Bands in Tubigon

by Boyet Lantaya

Bang Bang once again fired now at the four-corner walls of Tubigon Cultural  Center last Friday night, December 19, 2008. Along with its commitment to support Bohol music scene, Central Sense in strong cooperation with Mater Dei College sponsored “One Night Jam” a band and disco party which featured uprising bands of Tubigon in varied genres like 22 Guage, Driveway, Brgy. Saya, with Bang Bang Uno’s indie rock bands Yordaddy, The Lookout, and BDS Chickspoint, and in the company of La Familia Trublu Boholanos.

Special thanks to Dr. Lourdes Torrefranca (President of Mater Dei College) , RM Commercial, Nature Spring Water, San Miguel Beer, Chicken Atiatihan Tubigon Branch, OST Bistro, Mr. Elmer Omana, LHT Pensionne House, The Bohol Chronicle, PNP and the Municipality of Tubigon. The event was also in part by BQ Mall, Cellmart, Shiang Ma Nou, Punkstation Internet Café, Soundgarage Recording Studio, RML Construction Supplies, Habagat Outdoors Club and Mr. Erwin Batula.

Bang Bang had its first flight last October at the Island City Mall featuring Bohol’s Indie Rock Bands when they launched their first compilation album. Watch out for more Central Sense events – RAP FEST and ISLAND JUMP, all for January 2009.

For event inquiries please contact us at this number 0910-875-4668. Support Bohol music scene, as Central Sense does.

(Article originally written for Bohol Chronicle.)