WUDS

AcronymDefinition
WUDSWarwick University Drama Society (UK)
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For The Wuds' frontman and guitarist Bobby Balingit, music is a tool for conveying social awareness: 'Music is something that people connect to on an emotional level.
Summary: New Delhi [India], May 15 (NewsVoir): World University of Design (WUD), a UGC recognised university and India's first and only university dedicated to education in the creative domain, has announced academic collaborations with six international universities across UK, Canada and France.
This project proposal responds to an assessment done by WUD in the Lake Piso Basin Multiple Sustainable Use Reserve.
And when I say 'crew' I don't mean ordinary musicians, I'm talking about the legendary lead guitarist of Banyuhay, Levi Bartolome, Aji Adriano of Pinoy punk pioneer The Wuds on drums, and Michael dela Cruz Libnao on bass guitar.
A lot of bands performed, including Maria Cafra led by frontman Resty Fabunan, as well as his fellow Pinoy rock icons Gary Perez and Joey 'Pepe' Smith sharing the stage on several Juan dela Cruz numbers and Pinoy punk pioneers Urban Bandits and The Wuds.
Dominic said: "This is a great opportunity for WUDS to show its work at a national level".
(from Laurence Olivier's classic line in 'The Marathon Man') and were soon playing at the punk dive Katrina's, with the likes of Betrayed, Philippine Violators, and the Wuds.
DJ Par Sallan played classic rock and punk in between sets of a lineup that included the Wuds, G.I.
Featured sculptors are Lawin Abueva, Robert Acosta, Fredi Agunoy, Mel Araneta, Agnes Arellano, Buboy Bajado, Bobby 'Wuds' Balingit, Ferdie Cacnio, Inday Cadapan, Florante Caedo, Frederic Caedo, Rey Paz Contreras, Tala Isla Contreras, Chie Cruz, Jose 'Al' Giroy, Harold Gomez, Dei Jardiniano, Nina Libatique, Julie Lluch, Steph Lopez, Marlon Lucenera, Baidy Mendoza, Eden Ocampo, Sam Occeno, John 'Lakan' Olivares, Pusongbughaw, Doris Rodriguez, Jerson Samson, Julius Samson, Katti Sta Ana and Jun Vicaldo.
2) Traffic by The Wuds. Although not literally about traffic per se but more of a political commentary, we can relate this song to the worsening traffic condition in the country.
They are the progressive local rock bands: The Jerks, The Wuds and Datu's Tribe.
Performers include local acts Pepe Smith, Maria Cafra, The Wuds, The Dawn, Urbandub, Tropical Depression, Razorback, Wolfgang, Franco and American reggaepop band Big Mountain, among others.