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How do class prejudices play into the way we slut-shame? Vinny Tagle counts the ways. 
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How do class prejudices play into the way we slut-shame? Vinny Tagle counts the ways.

Like Scout Magazine on Facebook for more details on the launch!

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June 09, 2014 at 12:35pm


This feels exponentially worse than a heartbreak.
If I’m being honest, I haven’t even let this whole thing sink in. My head is all over the place and my heart is heavy – trying to make sense of all this. 
This is by far, the hardest letter I’ve ever had to write.
I could write about how Stache changed my life, but that is an attempt that will prove to be futile at best, with what little words I have. I could also write about how it all started, about how I became part of this wonderful thing but maybe that story is for another time, another letter. And maybe if I ever see you around, we can have tea and I can tell you all about the funniest situations and the surreal moments I somehow found myself in because of Stache.
Stache has been the most beautiful thing that’s ever happened to me, at a time in my life wherein I needed beautiful things. It has been the primary cause of/and witness to my growth as a person the past years. I wouldn’t have even dared to dream about getting to where I am now if it weren’t for Stache. I never had a concrete dream to begin with, but Stache made me realize what I wanted to do with my life. Stache became what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.
Stache has shaped me into becoming my own person.
At this point, I’m only speaking for myself and how instrumental Stache has been to me. I can only imagine what it has done for other people. And to think that people actually paid attention to what we were doing is overwhelming. To think that at some point in time, we became a part of your life, to have that luxury, and possibly have been a source of inspiration, is the most wonderful thing. We couldn’t have asked for more.
I’d like to take this chance to say thanks. Thank you to everyone who believed in us for making us keep going. Thank you to everyone who belittled us for making us prove you wrong. Ultimately, thank you for letting us be a part of your life. I love you.
Over time, Stache became our home, our refuge. It was there when nothing else was. It was the only thing that was constant in all our crazy, little lives. It served as a timeline for all the joys, the pains, and the in-betweens of all of us. 
Stache is our baby. We took care of it, gave it our everything, and watched it grow into this wonderful thing. And grow it did, by miles and miles, and it got to the point that it was growing at a pace we never expected. It was exciting and scary to watch where it was taking us. I’ve never been prouder of anything in my life than this. And now that our baby’s come of age, it’s time to let it go – at least for now.
I’d like to think we started something here. Whether or not it made an impact is beyond us, but the fact that we tried to make something out of absolute nothing is something I can be proud of. This has been an amazing ride. I hope you enjoyed reading Stache as much as we enjoyed making every single issue happen. It was all worth it. So, so worth it.
Soon enough, all the stars will align and spur new beginnings for all of us. This isn’t going to be the last you hear of Stache. I promise.
Stay gravy, baby.
x
Ellie Centeno, STACHE Music Editor

Check out STACHE MAGAZINE’s 20th issue here.

This feels exponentially worse than a heartbreak.

If I’m being honest, I haven’t even let this whole thing sink in. My head is all over the place and my heart is heavy – trying to make sense of all this.

This is by far, the hardest letter I’ve ever had to write.

I could write about how Stache changed my life, but that is an attempt that will prove to be futile at best, with what little words I have. I could also write about how it all started, about how I became part of this wonderful thing but maybe that story is for another time, another letter. And maybe if I ever see you around, we can have tea and I can tell you all about the funniest situations and the surreal moments I somehow found myself in because of Stache.

Stache has been the most beautiful thing that’s ever happened to me, at a time in my life wherein I needed beautiful things. It has been the primary cause of/and witness to my growth as a person the past years. I wouldn’t have even dared to dream about getting to where I am now if it weren’t for Stache. I never had a concrete dream to begin with, but Stache made me realize what I wanted to do with my life. Stache became what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.

Stache has shaped me into becoming my own person.

At this point, I’m only speaking for myself and how instrumental Stache has been to me. I can only imagine what it has done for other people. And to think that people actually paid attention to what we were doing is overwhelming. To think that at some point in time, we became a part of your life, to have that luxury, and possibly have been a source of inspiration, is the most wonderful thing. We couldn’t have asked for more.

I’d like to take this chance to say thanks. Thank you to everyone who believed in us for making us keep going. Thank you to everyone who belittled us for making us prove you wrong. Ultimately, thank you for letting us be a part of your life. I love you.

Over time, Stache became our home, our refuge. It was there when nothing else was. It was the only thing that was constant in all our crazy, little lives. It served as a timeline for all the joys, the pains, and the in-betweens of all of us.

Stache is our baby. We took care of it, gave it our everything, and watched it grow into this wonderful thing. And grow it did, by miles and miles, and it got to the point that it was growing at a pace we never expected. It was exciting and scary to watch where it was taking us. I’ve never been prouder of anything in my life than this. And now that our baby’s come of age, it’s time to let it go – at least for now.

I’d like to think we started something here. Whether or not it made an impact is beyond us, but the fact that we tried to make something out of absolute nothing is something I can be proud of. This has been an amazing ride. I hope you enjoyed reading Stache as much as we enjoyed making every single issue happen. It was all worth it. So, so worth it.

Soon enough, all the stars will align and spur new beginnings for all of us. This isn’t going to be the last you hear of Stache. I promise.

Stay gravy, baby.

x

Ellie Centeno, STACHE Music Editor

Check out STACHE MAGAZINE’s 20th issue here.

(Source: ellie-on-lsd)

Three summers ago, EWWM was in its first steps with the first ever volume of the Summer Forever series. I’ve included a few songs from previous mixtapes in this volume, just to give everyone an idea of how far we’ve all come along. This is going to be the longest summer season we’ve had to date. Enjoy! ❤

SUMMER FOREVER: VOLUME IV

  1. Bikini Weather - Shortstraw
  2. Jamaica - Theme Park
  3. Open Road - Roo Panes
  4. The Festival Song - Pez feat. 360 & Hailey Cramer
  5. Nakamarra - Hiatus Kaiyote feat. Q-Tip
  6. Heart Beats - Hey Marseilles
  7. These Waves - Albiz Verceles
  8. Learned To Love - ALAS, THE OCEAN
  9. Toast - Astronautica
  10. Idol - Smith Westerns
  11. Acker Bilk - Chad Valley
  12. Sketch For Summer - The Durutti Column
  13. Sun Was High (So Was I) - Best Coast
  14. Long Time - Guards
  15. Wild Palms - Sun Airway
  16. It’s Never Over - AVAN LAVA
  17. Sunlight - Bag Raiders
  18. Bad Girls - M.I.A.
  19. Nighttiming - Coconut Records

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Cover art by: Ethan Namoch / Anton Salvador

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Download here: SUMMER FOREVER VOLUME 4 (4shared // ZIP file)
Stream online preview via 8tracks here.

VOLUME I / VOLUME II / VOLUME III

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I do NOT own any of these tracks nor am I doing this to promote piracy. Please support the artists that you discover through Ellie’s Wicked Wednesday Mixtape. Buy their music in whatever format you like, buy their merchandise, and get tickets to their shows. The purpose of this segment (including this blog) is to introduce underappreciated music to a wider audience and supporting artists that deserve a bigger fanbase.   

EWWM on Dubtrack.FM ›

Someone on my AskFM suggested I make Dubtrack room where I can stream a bunch of songs from my library and I did so now I’m broadcasting live. 

Check it out and come hang out with me!

#dubtrack  #ewwm  
April 08, 2014 at 01:56pm

ellie-on-lsd:

Today I was featured in a national newspaper, The Philippine Star, (along with an amazing set of promising young individuals) for creating Ellie’s Wicked Wednesday Mixtape.

Still feeling absolutely grateful for everything that the universe has been providing me with.

Read the article here.

Anonymous asked: Hi! I'm currently working on a magazine for our school project. I'd love to feature your choice of music + Ches' digital art. You're getting credit of course :)

Hello, sure! If you need any more info you can email me at ellie@stachemagazineonline.com :)

March 19, 2014 at 02:28pm

VIVA LA FOLK
One Thing (Amerie cover) - Peter & Kerry
Heartbeat - Kopecky Family Band
Move Together - James Bay
Fires - David Ramirez
Lost River - Murder By Death
Hello Lovely - Beta Radio
Looking For You - The Lone Bellow
World Unknown - Noah Thrall
Sleep Song - Graham Nash
Have I Told You - Matthew Mole
13 - Big Deal
Honey Jar - Bryan John Appleby
History Book - Dry The River
Glorify - Ivan & Alyosha
Tumbleweeds - Jesse Woods
She Lit A Fire - Lord Huron
Home From Home - Roo Panes
Cover art by Clarisse Provido
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For feedback, questions and suggestions/requests (plus everything else related to this blog), drop me a message in my ask box.
Download here. (ZIP file via 4shared)Stream online preview via 8tracks here.
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I do NOT own any of these tracks nor am I doing this to promote piracy. Please support the artists that you discover through Ellie’s Wicked Wednesday Mixtape. Buy their music in whatever format you like, buy their merchandise, and get tickets to their shows. The purpose of this segment (including this blog) is to introduce underappreciated music to a wider audience and supporting artists that deserve a bigger fanbase.

VIVA LA FOLK

  1. One Thing (Amerie cover) - Peter & Kerry
  2. Heartbeat - Kopecky Family Band
  3. Move Together - James Bay
  4. Fires - David Ramirez
  5. Lost River - Murder By Death
  6. Hello Lovely - Beta Radio
  7. Looking For You - The Lone Bellow
  8. World Unknown - Noah Thrall
  9. Sleep Song - Graham Nash
  10. Have I Told You - Matthew Mole
  11. 13 - Big Deal
  12. Honey Jar - Bryan John Appleby
  13. History Book - Dry The River
  14. Glorify - Ivan & Alyosha
  15. Tumbleweeds - Jesse Woods
  16. She Lit A Fire - Lord Huron
  17. Home From Home - Roo Panes

Cover art by Clarisse Provido

LIKE EWWM ON FACEBOOK

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For feedback, questions and suggestions/requests (plus everything else related to this blog), drop me a message in my ask box.


Download here. (ZIP file via 4shared)
Stream online preview via 8tracks here.

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I do NOT own any of these tracks nor am I doing this to promote piracy. Please support the artists that you discover through Ellie’s Wicked Wednesday Mixtape. Buy their music in whatever format you like, buy their merchandise, and get tickets to their shows. The purpose of this segment (including this blog) is to introduce underappreciated music to a wider audience and supporting artists that deserve a bigger fanbase.

stachemagazineonline:

For this issue the team decided to step out of its comfort zone and do something we haven’t yet done. In fact I was hesitant to dedicate a whole issue to “craft” for that very reason. Stache is not Frankie Magazine and nor do we want it to be. But actually meeting the challenge head on was at once terrifying and liberating, and we could not have done it if it weren’t for the team’s enthusiasm to make things happen.
Gracing our cover this month are Stache’s old friends Thea de Rivera and Gab Bustos, also known as The Girl + The Bull. We talked to them about food and relationships and the craft aspect of their business, among other things. We also interviewed artisans Benjie Torrado Cabrera, Anna Gorman, and Miguel Santiago of The Barista Box. There is an article about Marc Jacobs leaving Louis Vuitton, an article about the art of music sampling, and an article about the mixed mediums of embroidery and traditional art. We also paid tribute to the great Philip Seymour Hoffman. There are many more in the following pages of this magazine, and I’ll let you explore them on your own.
We didn’t create this issue because we wanted to show everyone we know a great deal about the subject; we do not, and that I suppose is the reason the magazine turned out the way it did: an experimental endeavour. Which is not to say it turned out a failure. It didn’t, at least we don’t see it that way.
Read the issue here.

stachemagazineonline:

For this issue the team decided to step out of its comfort zone and do something we haven’t yet done. In fact I was hesitant to dedicate a whole issue to “craft” for that very reason. Stache is not Frankie Magazine and nor do we want it to be. But actually meeting the challenge head on was at once terrifying and liberating, and we could not have done it if it weren’t for the team’s enthusiasm to make things happen.

Gracing our cover this month are Stache’s old friends Thea de Rivera and Gab Bustos, also known as The Girl + The Bull. We talked to them about food and relationships and the craft aspect of their business, among other things. We also interviewed artisans Benjie Torrado Cabrera, Anna Gorman, and Miguel Santiago of The Barista Box. There is an article about Marc Jacobs leaving Louis Vuitton, an article about the art of music sampling, and an article about the mixed mediums of embroidery and traditional art. We also paid tribute to the great Philip Seymour Hoffman. There are many more in the following pages of this magazine, and I’ll let you explore them on your own.

We didn’t create this issue because we wanted to show everyone we know a great deal about the subject; we do not, and that I suppose is the reason the magazine turned out the way it did: an experimental endeavour. Which is not to say it turned out a failure. It didn’t, at least we don’t see it that way.

Read the issue here.

DEAR LOVER: A Valentine’s Day Mix
Toothpaste Kisses by The Maccabees
Hold You In My Arms by Ray LaMontagne
The Sore Feet Song by Ally Kerr
Baby, You’re My Light by Richard Hawley
Honey Come Home by The Head and the Heart
We All Know by Devendra Banhart
5 Years Time by Noah and the Whale
You and Me Song by The Wannadies
All I Want Is You by Barry Louis Polisar
Favourite Thing by Yuna (prod. by Chris Blade)
You Are In Love by Shannon Whitworth
Dancing Shoes by Rocky Nti
Welded to Mine by Ben Harris
We Found Each Other In The Dark by City and Colour
Lion’s Mane by Iron & Wine
The Most by Jon Troast
Sincerely, Severely by Morning Bell
All I Need by Radiohead
Cover art by Ches Gatpayat
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For feedback, questions and suggestions/requests (plus everything else related to this blog), drop me a message in my ask box.
Download here. (ZIP file via 4shared)Stream online preview via 8tracks here.
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I do NOT own any of these tracks nor am I doing this to promote piracy. Please support the artists that you discover through Ellie’s Wicked Wednesday Mixtape. Buy their music in whatever format you like, buy their merchandise, and get tickets to their shows. The purpose of this segment (including this blog) is to introduce underappreciated music to a wider audience and supporting artists that deserve a bigger fanbase.

DEAR LOVER: A Valentine’s Day Mix

  1. Toothpaste Kisses by The Maccabees
  2. Hold You In My Arms by Ray LaMontagne
  3. The Sore Feet Song by Ally Kerr
  4. Baby, You’re My Light by Richard Hawley
  5. Honey Come Home by The Head and the Heart
  6. We All Know by Devendra Banhart
  7. 5 Years Time by Noah and the Whale
  8. You and Me Song by The Wannadies
  9. All I Want Is You by Barry Louis Polisar
  10. Favourite Thing by Yuna (prod. by Chris Blade)
  11. You Are In Love by Shannon Whitworth
  12. Dancing Shoes by Rocky Nti
  13. Welded to Mine by Ben Harris
  14. We Found Each Other In The Dark by City and Colour
  15. Lion’s Mane by Iron & Wine
  16. The Most by Jon Troast
  17. Sincerely, Severely by Morning Bell
  18. All I Need by Radiohead

Cover art by Ches Gatpayat

LIKE EWWM ON FACEBOOK

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For feedback, questions and suggestions/requests (plus everything else related to this blog), drop me a message in my ask box.


Download here. (ZIP file via 4shared)
Stream online preview via 8tracks here.

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I do NOT own any of these tracks nor am I doing this to promote piracy. Please support the artists that you discover through Ellie’s Wicked Wednesday Mixtape. Buy their music in whatever format you like, buy their merchandise, and get tickets to their shows. The purpose of this segment (including this blog) is to introduce underappreciated music to a wider audience and supporting artists that deserve a bigger fanbase.

ROOTS 2014: MUSIC FESTIVAL ON FEBRUARY 13!
The UP Economics Society & the UP Underground Music Community
along with official radio partner Play FM 99.5 and official TV show partner Taste Buddies
with 51 Talk, Havaianas, Republiq, Pink Parlour, Gerry’s Grill, Derm A, Crescendo, and Cadbury Dairy Milk
in cooperation with SkinWhite, Wacoal, and Uniqlo
and media partners Circuit  Magazine, DZUP, Poste98.com, Amplify.ph, Spot.ph, Rakista.com, Clickthecity.com, Wheninmanila.com, Concertsinmanila.com, and Philippineconcerts.com
and partner organizations UP APSM, UP Lakan, UP Palawenos, UP French Club, UP Mathematics Majors Circle, UP German Club, UP OBEM, UP Comm Res Soc, GSUP, UP ETC, UP Aguman, UP Kustura, UP Cursor, UP Sandiwa, UP Tomo Kai, UP Piccola Italia, UP Praxis, UP 49ers, UP Politica, UP Floorball Club, and UP EMC^2 Fraternity
proudly present ROOTS 2014: MUSIC FESTIVAL, a benefit concert to be held on February 13, 2014, Thursday, at the UP Diliman Sunken Garden as part of the prestigious UP Fair. 
The Roots franchise was pioneered by the UP Underground Music Community as a part of the University Fair last year. Due to its success, attracting over 10,000 students, adults, and music lovers alike, the organizers decided to bring it back to be a part again of this year’s UP Fair. ROOTS 2014 will be featuring 19 local performers including some of the most prominent names in the industry: Up Dharma Down, Urbandub, Spongecola, Itchyworms, Silent Sanctuary, Giniling Festival, Ciudad, Ang Bandang Shirley, and Join the Club.
Anton and the Salvadors, Ivan Theory, Ourselves the Elves, Extrapolation, With Fingers Crossed, Specterull, The Yeah Go’s, Fiona, Contra Classic, and Adriel complete the line-up. 
Lots of fun activities will be held during the night! Food concessionaires and amusement rides can be also found in the venue to go with the vibrant atmosphere of the evening.  
All proceeds from the concert will go to the Economics Society Scholarship Fund (ESSF) which aims to provide support to the scholars of the UP Economics Society. Moreover, proceeds from the week-long festivities of the UP Fair would go to the benefit of UP Tacloban students.
Tickets selling for 120 pesos are available at all SM Tickets outlets or you can contact 09178139375 for reservations. You can also buy tickets on the event itself. Doors open at 5 pm. 
For more details, please like and follow the official Roots 2014 online channels: Facebook  || Twitter
This event is also brought to you by Colgate, Cha Dao, and Party Shaker. Special thanks to Long Island, Class Prints, and Cool Beans Café. 

ROOTS 2014: MUSIC FESTIVAL ON FEBRUARY 13!

The UP Economics Society & the UP Underground Music Community

along with official radio partner Play FM 99.5 and official TV show partner Taste Buddies

with 51 Talk, Havaianas, Republiq, Pink Parlour, Gerry’s Grill, Derm A, Crescendo, and Cadbury Dairy Milk

in cooperation with SkinWhite, Wacoal, and Uniqlo

and media partners Circuit  Magazine, DZUP, Poste98.com, Amplify.ph, Spot.ph, Rakista.com, Clickthecity.com, Wheninmanila.com, Concertsinmanila.com, and Philippineconcerts.com

and partner organizations UP APSM, UP Lakan, UP Palawenos, UP French Club, UP Mathematics Majors Circle, UP German Club, UP OBEM, UP Comm Res Soc, GSUP, UP ETC, UP Aguman, UP Kustura, UP Cursor, UP Sandiwa, UP Tomo Kai, UP Piccola Italia, UP Praxis, UP 49ers, UP Politica, UP Floorball Club, and UP EMC^2 Fraternity

proudly present ROOTS 2014: MUSIC FESTIVAL, a benefit concert to be held on February 13, 2014, Thursday, at the UP Diliman Sunken Garden as part of the prestigious UP Fair. 

The Roots franchise was pioneered by the UP Underground Music Community as a part of the University Fair last year. Due to its success, attracting over 10,000 students, adults, and music lovers alike, the organizers decided to bring it back to be a part again of this year’s UP Fair. ROOTS 2014 will be featuring 19 local performers including some of the most prominent names in the industry: Up Dharma Down, Urbandub, Spongecola, Itchyworms, Silent Sanctuary, Giniling Festival, Ciudad, Ang Bandang Shirley, and Join the Club.

Anton and the Salvadors, Ivan Theory, Ourselves the Elves, Extrapolation, With Fingers Crossed, Specterull, The Yeah Go’s, Fiona, Contra Classic, and Adriel complete the line-up. 

Lots of fun activities will be held during the night! Food concessionaires and amusement rides can be also found in the venue to go with the vibrant atmosphere of the evening.  

All proceeds from the concert will go to the Economics Society Scholarship Fund (ESSF) which aims to provide support to the scholars of the UP Economics Society. Moreover, proceeds from the week-long festivities of the UP Fair would go to the benefit of UP Tacloban students.

Tickets selling for 120 pesos are available at all SM Tickets outlets or you can contact 09178139375 for reservations. You can also buy tickets on the event itself. Doors open at 5 pm. 

For more details, please like and follow the official Roots 2014 online channels: Facebook  || Twitter

This event is also brought to you by Colgate, Cha Dao, and Party Shaker. Special thanks to Long Island, Class Prints, and Cool Beans Café. 

(Source: ellie-on-lsd)

 
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