In “Echoes at the Warehouse”, artists are invited to bare their raw emotions and thoughts.
Local artists Lions and Acrobats, Asch, Alyana Lea Carmela, Niki Colet, and Hoochie Coochie Mikkie are set to share unfiltered thoughts and emotions during the “Echoes at the Warehouse” busking session at Komura; book fair.
“Echoes at the Warehouse,” aims to provide musicians with a creative space where they can share raw and imperfect thoughts and emotions.
“Echoes is an expectation-free platform where artists don’t have to ‘perform’ and do their usual acts. They can just be there to share a piece of them in whatever format they feel right at the moment,” Komura; co-founder Kayla Dionisio said.
“It’s very much like in NPR Tiny Desk Concerts where Chance the Rapper once ‘performed’ and just read a poem.”
The busking session will begin at 1:30PM on November 18, 2017.
A collaboration between Warehouse Eight and Kwago Bookstore, Komura; book fair is laden with curious details and activities. There will be a reading lounge in the fair where people can drink coffee, read a book or play some vinyl records from Bear’s Den Records, as well as tiny nooks and corners where introverts can just read and enjoy the atmosphere.
“We designed the program to make people see that stories are everywhere, that everyone is telling a story one way or another. This is why Echoes is a very important part of the fair because music is everyone’s favorite way to share and receive a story,” Komura; co-founder Czyka Tumaliuan revealed.
Event runs from 11AM to 9PM on November 18, 2017 at Warehouse Eight, La Fuerza compound, Makati. Door charge is PHP 200. Tickets come with a short story from CCP. For more information, visit their page here.