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Close your eyes and wrap yourself with your sheets. Breathe.

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It felt like waking up and seeing the world for the first time. I began noticing the littlest things and consequently, it made me want to capture the beauty and essence of anything and everything that I come across with.

Featuring Prime Manila’s favorite illustrations from artist Jamie Catt: The Final Leap, Olive from XL Series and an untitled artwork half-inspired by Koji Arboleda Drip Series. 

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August

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Nanay Mo: Ilaw ng rakenrol →

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Music today has mainly spiraled towards the “techy” side, from the likes of B.P Valenzuela, Squid 9, Tarsius, Eyedress, No Rome, CRWN, Spazzkid and many great others. But for the grit that comes with playing classic rock & roll instruments that will make you exercise your neck from all of the

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August

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"I constantly fall into pools of uncertainty, and I feel art is the best thing to get lost in. It’s an abstract getaway, a tub of comfort, a lagging of time— the perfect hideout of self-dictated landscapes."

Featuring Celdee de Guzman's 7/7 of Trophy Girl collection for Status Magazine’s August 2013 issue, Love on Empty Stomachs and 3/3 of Pepper PH collection.

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August

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CHEATS: Release the animals →

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I’m sure you’ve heard of Jim Bacarro and Saab Magalona as a couple, but have you heard of their band called Cheats? If not, then you’re missing out some fun! Cheats is a seven-piece indie rock band composing of Jim, Saab, Candy Gamos, Earnest Aguila, Mau Torralba, Manny Tanglao and Enzo…

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July

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Synchronizing with everyday’s placidity. Calm down.

Full mixtape: http://tape.ly/make-me-feel-alive

- Ely Suarez x Jade Suarez

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July

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Rushmore (1998)

Director: Wes Anderson

Writer: Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson

Rushmore is another smart and quirky film from director Wes Anderson and writer Owen Wilson. It revolves around the life of Max Fischer (Jason Schwartzman), a tenth grader at Rushmore Academy, who’s known to be a member of all the organization’s in their school, ranging from the Calligraphy Club to the overambitious Theater Group. He becomes friends with Mr. Blume (Bill Murray), a steel tycoon and a father of his friend, and also falls in love with Rosemary Cross, a teacher in Rushmore academy. All is well for Max, up until a dilemma arose — He soon finds out that his good friend Mr. Blume shares his affection for Ms. Rosemary (Olivia Williams). From here on, disaster ensues. 

The film highlights the love/hate relationship that exists between Max and Blume because of the precious Ms. Rosemary. With one sabotaging the other, it is shown how Blume’s maturity, or lack thereof, is put to the test. (A scene from the movie where Blume winds up hiding from the problems of his life at the bottom of a pool just because he can’t stand to see his wife and another man flirting in front of him, shows that he is still a very juvenile man.)

As for Max, daunting news comes for he finds out that his beloved Ms. Cross is still desperately in love with her deceased husband. He also realizes that Rosemary Cross only gave him attention for Max, being the president of the school’s Beekeeper’s Society, reminded her of her dead husband who established the said group. Yet Max was undeterred — and as a result of his obsession for Ms. Cross, he was soon kicked out of Rushmore Academy. 

As a summary, the characters in this film are fragile and sensitive and the plot has undertones of darker themes that is hardly noticeable because of the effortless grace the film possesses. It was also structured by the director as a comedy, giving it a light hearted aura like any classic feel good movie. 8.5/10

- Feature and words by Merlin Adam Siervo

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July

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Mixtape by Ely Suarez, Music

For full mixtape: http://grooveshark.com/#!/playlist/Never+Home/99122671

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July

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Looper (2012)
Director: Rian Johnson

A film set in 2044 where a group of people called “loopers” kill targets sent from the future in exchange of silver bars stuck in the target’s body. When a looper is retired, his future self will be sent 30 years back to be killed by his younger self in exchange of gold bars - referred to as “closing the loop”. 

Failure to do so is punishishable by death. 

When Joe’s (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) future self (Bruce Willis) was sent to the past to be killed, he fought back younger Joe and escaped to have a chance to kill the younger Rainmaker in accordance to changing his future and saving his wife from death caused by the future Rainmaker. 

Although the movie did not have a very substantial plot, it was able to achieve a very good screenplay, production and post-production which made the movie stand out. 8/10 

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July

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Mixtape by Ely Suarez

For full mixtape: http://grooveshark.com/#!/playlist/Never+Home/99122671

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July

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