Rogue - March 2017
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The Rogue Music Issue is here. This month, Susan Claire Agbayani and Paolo Enrico Melendez shed light on Philippine protest music and put together a primer on its controversial history and the men and women behind it. QUEEN P: Asia’s Queen of Songs, Pilita Corrales talks to Raymond Ang about her legendary career, sexism in the industry, and the shipwreck that sent her to the top of Australia’s charts. THE SOUND OF SILENCE: Are the days of Apo Hiking Society reuniting gone forever? Totel de Jesus examines the music that bonded a friendship and the circumstances that led to their estrangement. MUSIC’S MAIN MAN: No one has done more and succeeded more in original Pilipino music than Vic del Rosario. From creating superstars like Freddie Aguilar and Sharon Cuneta to Sarah G and JaDine, Jerome Gomez sits downs and profiles the man called Boss Vic. And for our cover story, MAURICE ARACHE unseals his lips to Jose Mari Ugarte as the legendary night-crawler recounts his life as society stalwart and international bon vivant. PLUS: Donald Trump and the rise of Orwell’s 1984, Hugh Jackman’s final stab at the superhero he made into a star, Pedicab’s Jason Caballa on going indie, the untold lives of Filipino migrant musicians, and Louis Vuitton’s decidedly punk take on an African safari for Spring/Summer 2017.
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