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!

Inside This Issue:



Scream HALLELUJAH!

Back with a new album, Bamboo (the band) are poised to take over the local airwaves again with their addictive brand of Pinoy-friendly rock music. Peek into the success story so far, and how Bamboo, Nathan, Ira, and Vic came up with their latest opus, Light Peace Love.


PULP Exclusive: Our Good Charlotte Official Coverage

They came, they saw, they punked us up. Yesiree, our PULP PRESENTS: GOOD CHARLOTTE LIVE IN MANILA gig last July 8th 2005 was the success we expected it to be: screaming girls, loud guitars, and over three hours of rocking with the phenomenal pop/punk band over at the Folk Arts Theater.


Pedicab: Play that funky music.

Recently releasing their first full length album, Tugish Takish, Pedicab hang out with Dizon after a gig and tell him all about their stories and experiences.


Hail To The Queen

After nearly five years of wondering when Cynthia Alexander's new material would come out, it finally hits us like a ball of fire. Comet's Tail is yet another musically rich experience for admirers of Cynthia's work ethic and knack for coming up with music that is both thought provoking and technically astonishing.


The Same Good Music

Yep, they're still alive and kicking, as Mojofly bassist Ricci Gurango leads his pack of fresh musicians/new recruits (drummer Aji Alejandro and vocalist Lougee Basabas) to further bring pride to the band's hip moniker.


It's time for war... Again!

Finally! Somebody in their right minds released The Way Within, the most recent effort from Massachusetts-based Shadows Fall, who are on their way to becoming the next big thing as far as heavy metal fans all over the world are concerned.





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