Music Colony Records celebrated its 2nd anniversary by showcasing the talents under its wing.
The intimate gathering at Balcony Music House in Makati started off with a mood-setting performance by Party Pace, a group composed of Sandwich frontman Raymund Marasigan, IV of Spades drummer Badjao De Castro, Chicosci bassist Eco Del Rio, and guitarist John Apura.
Party Pace was captivating, a definite scene stealer, even with a purely instrumental set. There’s a sense that Marasigan and Co. genuinely enjoy performing together, as they seemingly get lost in their own grooves and beats. “Enjoyment” makes for good music, which Party Pace looks to deliver.
Raymund Marasigan, Badjao De Castro – Party Pace – Music Colony Records
Other highlights include budding hip-hop duo Meek & Chill and R&B act Nicole Anjela. Rap vets Owfuck and JRLDM capped off the night with fiery tracks that made them sought-after names in the industry.
Music Colony Records hopes to establish itself as a go-to label for hip-hop and R&B. With its growing roster of artists, there is a case to be made. Follow Music Colony Records on their Facebook and Instagram.
Owfuck – Music Colony Records
Nicole Anjela – Music Colony Records
Meek & Chill – Music Colony Records
JRLDM – Music Colony Records