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play hi-fi  Porcelain/Sunrise
play hi-fi  Panaginip Lang
play hi-fi  A Dreamer's Lullabye
play hi-fi  Takipsilim
The three bodhisattvas who comprise Paramita are on
the right path. Named after Tibetan Buddhism's mantra
for perfection, independent pop rock act Paramita has
been pumping up the local music scene with their
stirring originals since 2003. Paramita is made up of
Norman Dellosa on guitars, Alsey Cortez on bass, and
Ria Bautista on drums and vocals.

Buoyed by passionate vocals and solid songwriting,
Paramita has already begun recording their 10-track
full-length album, six of which are written in
English while four are in Filipino. All are penned by
Ria, who stray close to themes of love and
relationships when she wrote the band's NU 107 hit
"Takipsilim" and the plaintive "Panaginip Lang."
Paramita regulary perform these songs with the
nostalgic "Carousel" and "Waiting for a Sign"-a song
about the proverbial search for the meaning of
life-during their regular production, Dead Pan
Society, as well as in venues such as Freedom Bar in
Anonas, Mayric's in Espana, CityJam along Katipunan,
and in countless other campus events.

Despite being such a young band, Paramita have already
been featured in MTV Ink magazine, The Phillipine Daily Inquirer, NU 107's In
The Raw radio program and the ABS-CBN morning show
Breakfast. Paramita is fast becoming one of the most
solid independent acts in the scene today,
enlightened by music and strengthened by a belief in
their own unique talents.

Write up by Bernie Sim
Do you play live?
Local Bars such as Mayric's, Freedom Bar, Bigsky Mind and other campus and school events.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Internet/Mp3 = can be a tool for piracy.
These tools should be used properly :P
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Yes
Your influences?
we're into rock, alternative and pop
Favorite spot?
Dirrty Southhh
Anything else...?
Mailing List: paramitamusic@yahoogroups.com