Got the last stock! Sorry bitches! (Thank you @nyebe and Jason!)
Filed under: Important releases of the previous decades (yay for physical copies!) #eggboy @diegomapa
Last weekend, we went to the mountains and we all got drunk and high and suddenly, there’s this.
Thank you Red House Productions for the super fun shoot. You guys are the best.
According to my mom, I’ve been a music fan ever since I was 4, singing mostly local FM pop songs (Smokey Mountain, Randy Santiago, etc). I was around 10 or 11 when I first got into alt rock then grunge then new metal to pop punk to brit pop and folk pop then it was around 2004 when I started digging more of the indie side of things. A friend of mine let me listen to Swan Dive, Labrador and Apples and Stereo; I loved them but never really cared that much. I remember when Multiply had this option where you can download audio tracks from other users. It was around 2006 when I found this random girl’s Multiply account filled with lot of jangle stuff — C86, Creation, Sarah Records and the likes. I recall falling deeply in love with Eggstone and Holiday. From then on, I became a huge fan of indie pop. Then I started looking for similar stuff. But really, my very first introduction to indie pop was when I first heard Ciudad’s “Strawberry Jam” back in high school. 13 years have passed and I’m still in love with it. Currently, I’m listening to various stuff supplied by friends and the innernetz. There’s a bajillion of good stuff out there aside from indie pop. But it’s my first love so, yeah.