The POP Shoppe! Music Series #4 – The Camerawalls EP Launch
November 26, 2010
Greetings! We bring you the fourth installment of The POP Shoppe! Music Series. This time to celebrate the launch of the new record of our banner artist — The Camerawalls!
The Camerawalls is an indie pop band formed in 2007 by singer and guitarist Clementine who is also the main songwriter of the band and the driving force behind the defunct band Orange and Lemons. With the release of their debut album “Pocket Guide To The Otherworld” on July, 2008 and success of their single “Clinically Dead For 16 Hours”, the band became an example of a remarkable music production in true indie spirit. The debut album has become a landmark release that showed people what happens when contemporary indie pop meets good old Filipino sensibilities. (source: Wikipedia)
December 11 falls on a Saturday, and incidentally marks Clementine’s 34th birthday week. (He was born on December 10). Celebrate with the band and the rest of Lilystars Records artists, The Gentle Isolation and Your Imaginary Friends, plus guests Hannah + Gabi (Mikey Amistoso of Ciudad’s solo project) and Juan Pablo Dream (the premier soul group of the country) for a night of great music at the ground floor lobby of Ayala Museum in Makati. This event also features a photo exhibit by Nina Sandejas and Karlo Rono.
Get your tickets that comes with a Free Bread and Circuses CD EP and complimentary tour of Ayala Museum (from 6-7PM) on the day of the event for only Php500 available at select Powerbooks branches (Glorietta, Greenbelt, Shangri-la, Trinoma), Jorge’s Portrait Studio (35 P. Tuazon St. Cubao) beginning November 29 and online Electronic Tickets via Eventbrite.com at http://breadandcircuses.eventbrite.com/
The POP Shoppe! Music Series: A Call To Mind is powered by JAM 88.3, Ayala Museum, Manila Bulletin, Powerbooks, BusinessWorld, HerWord.com, A Different Bookstore, Jorge’s Portrait Studio, Sony Philippines, Lilystars Records and The POP Shoppe!
Poster graphic design by Angelo Maniquis. Photo by Nina Sandejas.