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Zerothreetwo Conversations: Interviews with the Creative Class

Nov 11, 2019

Lacking in Cebu are businesses that are true partners with a community. A lot of businesses are run like hardware stores. They put wares on the shelves, wait for people to come in, and sell them stuff. That's it. No community building, no partnerships, no sense of giving back. Nothing against hardware stores, I'm just...


Nov 4, 2019

Have you ever looked at artwork and asked yourself, "Where does this come from?" The same thing can be said for all the pop culture characters that you know and love. Sometimes the answer is complicated, but other times, it's as simple as hanging out with friends over a few drinks.

 

When I first spoke with Thom...


Oct 28, 2019

Eventually, I hope to bikepack around the Philippines. It's not something I'll do anytime soon, in the short term, maybe I'll bikepack in short spurts, but a long trip with my bicycle will have to wait. One of these days when my children are older, with any luck, we can all go.

 

For now, I'm happy to live through...


Oct 21, 2019

When talking to younger artists, I always end up relating to them with my time in a band. Some might say that's an advantage when doing the podcast, but more often than not, I sound like the old Tito in the family party talking about "in my day".

 

My Tito-ness came out when I talked to Elisha "Icy" Ang, the...


Oct 14, 2019

Growing a community. These words get thrown around, but who are really doing that? Who are genuinely championing a community? Who are sacrificing themselves for the sake of an industry? Who are putting their skin on the line?

 

In my eyes, the Cebu music industry is lucky to have Cattski. It's been twenty years since...