The POP Shoppe! Music Series: A Call To Mind #2 – Your Imaginary Friends EP Launch

September 7, 2010

We are excited to bring you the second installment to The POP Shoppe! Music Series co-presented by Ayala Museumm and NU107 as we launch the debut EP of Your Imaginary Friends entitled “One Dreamy Indeterminate Hum” at the ground floor lobby of the Ayala Museum on Friday, September 17, 2010 from 7:30pm to 11:00pm.

Your Imaginary Friends is an indie pop band founded by three Bicolano boys: brothers Ahmad and Khalid Tanji and Eric Po a few years ago before deciding to make inroads in Manila trying out a number of female bassist/vocalist until they met and settled with Em Aquino to complete their sound. Discovered and eventually signed by Lilystars over a year ago, they started recording their songs as early as September 2009 only to be completed last month for a fresh collection of splendid tracks ripe for the picking.

From L-R: Eric Po, Em Aquino, Khalid Tanji and Ahmad Tanji. Photo by Angelo Maniquis.

Mark your calendars for another night of ear-candy infections and great music headlined by Your Imaginary Friends supported by The Camerawalls, The Gentle Isolations plus this month’s guest indie acts Techy Romantics and Arigato, Hato! Listen to Your Imaginary Friends promotional single below:

Experience the sound and the vibe for only P550 which includes a FREE CD EP of Your Imaginary Friends and a complimentary tour of the Ayala Museum before the event! Tickets will be available beginning September 9 at the following stores: A Different Bookstore (Serendra), Powerbooks (Greenbelt, Glorietta, Trinoma, Shang-rila Mall), Jorge’s Portrait Studio (P. Tuazon, Cubao) and online via E-Ticketing (

We are now accepting pre-orders for “One Dreamy Indeterminate Hum” by Your Imaginary Friends at our webstore! If you place your mailorder today until September 17, we’ll throw in a Lilystars CD Single!*  To hear clips of all the songs from Your Imaginary Friends EP and pre-ordering details, click HERE.


The POP Shoppe! Music Series: A Call To Mind is powered by NU 107, Ayala Museum, Manila Bulletin, Powerbooks, BusinessWorld,, A Different Bookstore, Jorge’s Portrait Studio, Sony Philippines, Lilystars Records and The POP Shoppe!

Visit the Facebook event page Here.
Event poster by Angelo Maniquis. Illustration by Jobert Cruz.

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