Blaster Silonga has released the Tagalog version of his song “Disko Forever” due to popular demand.
The song is a tribute to the Disco era, blending Manila sound with bedroom electronica. The first release was sung entirely in Japanese, released as a lead up to the Tagalog version.
The former IV of Spades guitarist signed with Island Records Philippines and has worked with several artists, including doing production for R&B artist dia maté and jamming with the likes of Ebe Dancel and Chris Padilla.
As a solo artist, Blaster takes inspiration from artists such as Radiohead and David Bowie and is exploring genres ranging from art rock to Japanese city pop.
Aside from “Disko Forever,” he has recorded a demo for his upcoming release, “Nararamdaman.”
Listen to “Disko Forever” here: