Beyond Beowulf | The Sound of One Hand Clapping

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The Sound of One Hand Clapping

by Beyond Beowulf

This debut album blurs the lines between traditional Philippine rock music and American southern rock with its four diverse songs, ranging from dark, brooding refrains to upbeat, anthemic choruses. With contributions from David Aguirre.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. High (feat. David Aguirre)
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2. Edsa
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3. Unfortunate Son
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4. Kaibigan (feat. David Aguirre)
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Album Notes
“The Sound of One Hand Clapping” blurs the lines between traditional Pinoy rock music and American southern rock with its four diverse songs, ranging from dark, brooding refrains to upbeat, anthemic choruses. The EP also features contributions from Pinoy musical icon David Aguirre, former guitarist of the legendary Philippine rock band Razorback, notably for the song “Kaibigan,” which was one of the EP’s most popular songs according to early listeners.

A constant fixture in the Los Angeles underground rock scene, Beyond Beowulf is headed by vocalist/songwriter Tolitz Rosel, who collaborated with longtime friends and veteran musicians Don Morales, Tim De Ramos, and Jade Figueroa to record and produce the EP. Morales, De Ramos, and Figueroa also played for Glen Jacinto of Teeth, Bamboo of Rivermaya, Dong Abay of Yano, and other famous Pinoy musicians who regularly toured the United States and Canada.

“The Sound of One Hand Clapping” was recorded and mixed by De Ramos, a respected name in the Los Angeles Pinoy music scene, and his TDR Studios is one of the fastest-rising sound engineering and production studios in Southern California.

The debut EP represents a significant landmark in the musical career of Tolitz Rosel, who wrote almost all the songs, and marks the culmination of years of bouncing around from venue to venue, playing in several bands, and doing demos solely for personal enjoyment.

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