The IkoToki Jeepney Orchestra is a take-off from the U.P. Diliman jeepneys’ clockwise route (ikot) and its inverse (toki). In particular, this refers to circumnavigation, a combination of all routes that defy simple linearity, directions, and the use of various hyper-realities or sub-realities, and displacements, among other sonic possibilities, which are reflected in the composition. This piece focuses on “action” (in as sense, audiating) – working on soundings from various directions in order to foreground sensitivities of micro and macro sound projections. Thus, the music is sounding urban culture through instruments from found objects/recycled materials, drones, and patterns drawn from the circumnavigation of jeepneys and how these directions become part of the performers’ index to creative improvisation and interactions.