Cabin fever is rising. People are risking their lives as they wait in massive lines at checkpoints to get to work. The best we can do right now is stay indoors and keep our hands germ-free.
Now that gigs have been put on hold due to the enhanced "community quarantine," Filipino artists—from Zild Benitez of IV of Spades, Ean Mayor of UDD, Sandwich, to Agnes Reoma of Ben&Ben—have taken it upon themselves to keep the spirits of their fans up. They aren't going to let the coronavirus pandemic change the way music and art play a part in their lives. With videos they shared over the past few days, it's clear they're doing whatever they can to exercise their brains through this lockdown.
Gigs are cancelled, here's how you can support your favorite musicians
Check out these work-from-home shows and releases below.
Clara Benin and Gabba Santiago
Zild Benitez, IV of Spades
Ean Mayor, UDD
Ygo Ferraz, Ysanygo
rich caramat, typecast's steve badiola, sleepersecond's jezi matias
Raymund marasigan, squid9
Squid 9 Cabin Fever-Day 1@WeAreNovation #circuit @KorgUSA #minilogue pic.twitter.com/UCnM081JUb— Raymund Marasigan (@raymsmercygun) March 15, 2020
Iggy San Pablo, Rusty Machines
dahil lunchbreak naman— iggy san pablo (@igspector) March 16, 2020
stay home (work from home cover) - american football pic.twitter.com/UbZ8H7flL7
Agnes Reoma, Ben&Ben
Ito n nga pla bago kong r0aming number. Paload nyo ko tnx papadala aq pera mmya pic.twitter.com/3jIfn0jUNt— Agnes Reoma (@agnesreoma) March 15, 2020
Dekada '70 Cast
Flu & Bea Lorenzo
The Ransom Collective
#passthejamchallenge part 2— TheRansomCollective (@TheRansomCMusic) April 15, 2020
Here’s another one for you. Sending our music and positive vibes! 💕#passthejamchallenge #quarantinelife pic.twitter.com/HHuyPDBuGE
Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus
Noodle Perez, Thirds
Intolerant, Thirds, Zero Four Hero
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