Pupil is back with a new single called “20/20” off their new album “Limiters of the Infinity Pool” and last week the band made their comeback performance on Eat Bulaga. And for those of you guys who missed it, here are some pics and a video for you to enjoy.

The song is currently on it’s 2nd week at #1 on UR Radio 105.9FM while the music video is a very strong contender for #1 spot this week on MYX charts…so keep on requesting for 20/20! Also ‘Like’ them on Facebook [http://www.facebook.com/pupilcity] for gig scheds & more!


Spend your weekend watching the hottest live performances from Pupil, Kiss Jane and Sakto. Visit the following Robinsons and SM Malls to see them perform songs from their new album:

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Feb 26 (Sat) ▬ PUPIL at Robinsons Starmills Pampanga

▬ For the album “Limiters Of The Infinity Pool” which includes the hit single “TNT.”

Feb 26 (Sat) ▬ KISS JANE at SM Marilao

▬ For the album “Free” which includes their latest hit single “Lagi”

Feb 27 (Sun) ▬ SAKTO at Robinsons Lipa

▬ For their self-titled album which includes their single “Rampa”

Feb 27 (Sun) ▬ KISS JANE at SM Dasmarinas

To see other upcoming mall shows/events, go to musicnewsph.wordpress.com/events


The long wait is over.

PUPIL, with guitarist and frontman Ely Buendia, lead guitarist Yan Yuzon, bassist Dok Sergio and drummer Wendell Garcia, shake up the neighbourhood of established notions yet again with its newest album, Limiters of the Infinity Pool.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

After two successful collections, Beautiful Machines (2005) and Wildlife (2007), Limiters of the Infinity Pool began taking life in the early part of 2010. Coming three years after the award-winning Wildlife, it represents the longest gap between albums in the group’s career. Pre-production alone took nine whole months, a process which involved trading and emailing song ideas and demos on every imaginable medium, from pen and ink to DAWs (digital audio workstations). The best ideas then entered the group dynamic, as they built up the songs together through countless jamming sessions at Ely’s house – interrupted only by impromptu PS3 tournaments and pochero dinners courtesy of Wendell. Lead guitarist Yan Yuzon pretty much wrote his contribution on the spot during the recording sessions. Wendell Garcia, the least “techie” guy in the group, recorded his contributions on his cellphone. These and other moments of musical play and creativity characterise the album, which began taking shape at Wombworks Studio, with long-time sound-man Pat Tirano handling engineering and co-producing duties, taking the role of “Limiter” to the group’s “Infinity Pool” of ideas.


Click read more

Continue reading