Looking for new music or looking to create a new playlist? Check out a few of these new music videos or live performances from TJ Monterde, Moira, Bamboo B, Lucas Garcia, and more. There’s a song for every mood and vibe. Let us know what you’re favorite one is so far!
“Ikaw at Sila”- Moira Dela Torre
“Tulad Mo” – TJ Monterde
“Katuparan” – Bamboo B
“Kapatawaran” – Lucas Garcia
“Hotel Runs” – Nameless Kids
Cover Photo Credit: Moira Instagram
The alternative band Nameless Kids‘ returns with a brand track with “Hotel Runs.” The pop song that talks about an ex that you couldn’t seem to resist, and always end up in a complicated situation with.
It takes inspiration from The 1975 and flor and showcases a darker side of Nameless Kids, adding a little bit of 80’s grunge to the sound with live drums, guitar solos, synths and more rhythmic and percussive vocal melodies.
ABOUT NAMELESS KIDS
Nameless Kids is Indie/Pop/Alternative band that likes to write about experiences that have happened, are happening, and are bound to happen. There are no walls for the music that they make, having multiple people that write in the group gives them a broader sense of relatability since their songs are like a collective of all of their emotions – may they be negative or positive. Their debut single, “Outlaws” was awarded Best Performance of a New Group Recording Artist at the 34th Awit Awards, and they were a part of the Nylon Big, Bold, Brave Awards, as well as the MYX Music Awards 2021 that was headlined by LANY. This year, they’ve been able to play MYX Live and Araneta Coliseum following the feature of their songs in the official soundtrack of the hit TV series “He’s Into Her.” They are set to perform during the Awit Awards 2022 Nominee Fest this Sep 23 and have a couple of gigs lined up.
Cover Photo Credit: Tarsier Records Instagram
There’s so much to look forward to in the next set of episodes of He’s Into Her with finding out how the cliffhanger in Season 1 affects the lives of the students at Benison International School, but also we get new music. As more news ramps up for Season 2 of He’s Into Her, everyone is getting a sneak peek to the new music ready for the upcoming season. In this new audio sampler, get a glimpse of some of the artists and songs featured throughout Season 2. The teaser shows snippets of Namesless Kids, Trisha Denise, Jon Guelas, and BGYO.
BGYO who did the theme song for the series is back with a new track, “Best Time.” Also added to the line up are Nameless Kids with 4 tracks, “Outlaws,” “Faded,” “Midsummer High,” “Til Love Means Love.” Trisha Denise sings ballad, “Puwede Ba” while Jon Guelas remakes “Did I Let You Go” for a version specifically for the series. Look out for more artists and music as this is only Part 1 of the audio sampler set to release. Have any guesses on who else will be adding to the season’s soundtrack, will we get a DonBelle duet? We’ll just have to wait and see.
Get to know 5 individuals who all have the same passion for music. The group Nameless Kids consists of Kyle Kim, Tati, Imay, and Nhiko and get to know a little bit about them in this artist spotlight!
Nameless Kids initially started with 3 members then growing to 5.
Each member brings a different set of skills and perspective to the band. Together they look to create music that has influenced them throughout their lives. Their name came about from a late night coffee fix where they were trying to come up with a name. Someone suggested to go nameless and the rest is history.
One of the coolest indie bands is a fresh find to your playlist.
The band made it to an online streaming platform’s most prominent playlist, Fresh Finds Philippines. Their debut single, “Outlaws” has more than 100k streams online and growing. In addition to a growing fanbase, they headlined a successful episode of the popular digital concert series, The Music Room.
The group has collaborated with acclaimed songwriter, Jonathan Manalo.
Nameless Kids worked with songwriter Jonathan Manalo on a couple of occasions. First, on their track “Outlaws” and then for the Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition’s anthem, “Kabataang Pinoy!”
Cover Photo Credit: Nameless Kids Facebook