Proceeds of local music compilation to be used in efforts to help flood victims

Here’s another way to help the flood victims: Support original music from local artists who care.

Rock Ed Philippines, in its effort to raise funds for the disaster victims, is organizing a music folder containing tracks from local bands and artists. When you donate Php 100, Php 500, or Php 1000, you will be given a link to that folder. Those who are interested in supporting this effort can pay through bank deposit (BPI and East West Bank), credit card, or via PayPal.

According to the project site, the folder now contains 68 tracks from bands and artists spanning all sorts of genres. Here’s a list of the contributing artists:

  • Ely Buendia
  • Kjwan
  • Pin-up Girls
  • Pedicab
  • Turbo Goth
  • Ang Bandang Shirley
  • Mayo Baluyut
  • IamTong, Benjie Estanislao & Micheal Danan
  • DJ Arbie Won
  • Miscellaneous
  • Ill-J feat Monique
  • Salbakuta
  • Flying Ipis
  • Gaijin
  • The Gold Dust Mannequins
  • Throw
  • Gene Roca
  • Spazzkid
  • My Parasol
  • Modulogeek
  • Slow Hello
  • Similar Objects
  • Hannah and Gabi
  • Archaster
  • Soaked
  • Chongkiko
  • Vintage Boy
  • Eye Dress
  • Boyo
  • Ian Rondilla
  • Vinyard
  • Valet Parking
  • Wallster
  • Travelator
  • Moda
  • Monsterbot
  • Tarsius
  • Eggboy

If you’re an artist/member of a band and you want to contribute to the music folder, you can email your track (in 192 kbps mp3 format) to

For more info on the project and how to give your support, you can head on over to this link.