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Saydie

Saydie

Saydie


saydie. [seydi':] “A monochrome of sound and art that fails the criteria of mediocrity.” Over the years, this phrase has defined the music of Saydie, a five piece rock band formed in April 2003. Indeed, the band is best known for being pioneers in female fronted heavy music in the Philippines, with their debut self-titled album being one of the first to showcase a unique take on the genre in the local music scene of their home country. Over time Read more on Last.fm
saydie. [seydi':] “A monochrome of sound and art that fails the criteria of mediocrity.” Over the years, this phrase has defined the music of Saydie, a five piece rock band formed in April 2003. Indeed, the band is best known for being pioneers in female fronted heavy music in the Philippines, with their debut self-titled album being one of the first to showcase a unique take on the genre in the local music scene of their home country. Over time, Saydie’s raw, aggressive and authentic approach to their music has earned them a huge and dedicated following. In the 2010s, Saydie has managed to stand the test of time and continuously evolve its sound.

This evolution is apparent with the band’s upcoming second album “Belita” from which the singles “Austine”, “Heather’s Prayer” and “Onyx” have been released – the first two singles gathering over 100,000 views on YouTube combined and the latter single topping the Rakista Radio charts for three consecutive weeks. Now a stronger band than ever, Saydie continues to aspire to greater heights of musical expression and success, with mediocrity being ever absent from the band’s vocabulary. Saydie is Kat Taylor, Josh Madrid, Kurt Corpus, Monx Arguelles and Karl Kliatchko. Official Links: Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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