Diner Now Available Thru Indie Culture Records
Good news to all you people from out of town/country! Wolfmann's album, Diner, can now be purchased on-line thru Indie Culture Records, the country's leading internet record store that supports local independent artists. On-line purchases pass thru the servers of www.2checkout.com, making sure your orders, account details and other confidential information are safe and secure. Don't just stare at this news bit!!! Log on to www.indiecultureonline.com and buy a copy of Diner before your neighbor does!!!
Pool: Who will suck less (The MTV Ink Olympics that featured
Fonacier (MTV Ink, Sept. 2004 issue)
Played by two
inexperienced, singularly untalented pool players, the game was
an exciting Mexican standoff: the balls steadfastly refused to
sink into the pockets, as the opponents engaged in a furious
battle of Who Will Suck Less. [more]
in Sheep’s Clothing
Magazine, July-August 2004)
Somewhere past midnight,
the electronica artist known as Wolfmann still seems stressed.
He has just capped the launch for Diner (aptly named since all
the songs form a menu of sorts), his second full-length album,
held at Temple Bar last April 16. He’s fixing last minute
arrangements with the bar cashier, a bit giddy. [more]
gets a 4.5 rating in The Reviewer Magazine!
A whopping 4.5 out of 5 points is writer Mikah Azurin's
verdict for Diner in his review entitled "Rich In Calories"!
Read all about it in the July-August issue of The Reviewer
Magazine. Available in bookstores and newsstands everywhere.
Diner Available in Music One and Tower Records
Yes, yes, yes! Diner is now available in all Music One & Tower
Records Outlets!!! Now you don't have to go to gigs to buy one
(but it would be cool if you still went to my gigs right?).
There are 7 outlets to choose from: Music One Greenbelt 3, Tower
Records Glorietta, Shangri-la Edsa, SM Megamall, SM North Edsa,
Alabang Town Center and Quezon Avenue Branch. So go and
spread the word WOLFMANNIACS!!! Diner is also available in
BigSkyMind New Manila and in all ADMIT ONE gigs.
of the Wolfmann
by Mon Castro (Manila
Standard, April 23, 2004)
Independent recording artist Wolfmann stalks the
nicotine-stained walls of hole-in-the-walls and
posh-yuppie-haunts. Inundating the ears of the numbed, the
ocho-ocho crowd. Taking them on, on his own... [more]