During this time of uncertainty, amid an unprecedented global pandemic, the world has seen the entertainment arts as a reliable instigator of hope and solidarity. Music, for one, has become an integral part in keeping the world going, as the crippling impact of the ongoing health crisis raged on.
If you’re like us, who misses listening to live music and the electric energy that freely pulsates from the artists to its audience, Philippines-based production house, Sindikato has just unveiled a new way to enjoy live gigs even on quarantine through Bandwidth. Aimed at bringing live music from on-ground to on-cloud right at the comfort and safety of viewers’ homes, Bandwidth gives a platform to listen to live performances and discover up and coming players from the indie scene.
This initiative is the brainchild of Sindikato, a video production house, music artist management company, and live events organizer, behind some of the most celebrated artists and events in the music scene. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is apparent that the creative and events business would take a big hit. In an effort to counter this, Sindikato takes on the position of reinventing their services and adapting to the new normal of consuming the entertainment arts.
Apart from enjoying live performances, fans can also get to know featured artists better though games and interviews in real time, hosted by Guji Lorenzana. Since it was launched, Bandwidth has already featured artists like Clara Benin, Kitchie Nadal, Barbie Almalbis, Autotelic, and The Itchyworms. Bandwidth also aims to help fight COVID-19 through donations facilitated through GCash, with immense support received from Cocolife, and Robina Agri Partners.
Here are some of our favorite artists who have graced Bandwidth since it launched last March:
The Itchyworms, Pinkmen, and Divino Rivera
Kitchie Nadal with Meissa, Barbie Almalbis, and Erry Mendez
Keiko Necessario, Mic Kindica of Three Legged Men, and Tihtus
Tune in on Bandwidth through these links: