The Official PULP Wayback Machine
Witness the evolution - the audiomorphosis of the local and international music scene as we take you back to the time it all started, 1999, and back to the present made possible by you. You are viewing the official wayback machine of PULP Magazine, providing you a trip back to music history in the last decade... IN YOUR FACE!
• Jan - Feb 2003
Inside This Issue:
Oops! We did it again!
Unbelievable queues. Dense mosh pits. Ten of the country's hottest bands.Thousands of bands squeezed in Kampo's shoebox of a venue. Going to PULP's anniversary concerts is always dangerous to your health. Still, we keep going, and people keep coming. Here's why.
Is piracy still a pressing issue to music companies? How is it really affecting them? In the wake of reports that some labels are no longer signing new local acts, PULP talked to two top executives in the biz for a piece of their minds, and hopefully, give aspiring artists out there some peace of mind.
When She Was Good
A flake, a nut, a crazy woman whose lyrics are barely comprehensible. Pianist-songwriter-singer Tori Amos has a reputation that precedes her, and a myth that lasts to this day, thanks to her new album.
Keep the Sabbath Day
Call it "emo" or "screamo" or "melodic hardcore" or whatever. But don't hurt yourself trying to figure it out, because Taking back Sunday guitarist John Nolan still thinks that it's plain and simple rock 'n' roll. In an interview with Joey Dizon, the TBS guitarist lets us in on the skinny of this fast-rising outfit.