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!
• February 2006
Inside This Issue:
When Hip-hop... Rocks
What do Karl Roy, Francis M, Gloc 9, Young Pic, and the Greyhoundz have in common? Open minds, open ears, and the ability to knock you right out of your chair with a tune. And if that isn't enough, then you might want to duck for cover as they offer a double-dose of ass-kicking rhymes and riffs.
What a Mean Girl!
Lindsay Lohan - actress, singer, and junk food lover has seen ups and downs in her career, and has managed to speak without flinching about the good things and the bad times. Read about her ominously titled latest release (on Casablanca) and get your facts straight with this exclusive Q & A.
Hey... Isn't he the guy from the Greyhoundz?
Vocalist Reg Rubio takes time out and hands us his piece of Eminem, the rapper he's grown to admire and well, the artist who finally got him writing in between albums again.
The Beats N' Rhymes From Cebu
Dice, Trapp, and Hi-C definitely have more to offer than just their hit single "Itsumo," as many of you have guessed, and their second full-length release Tha Journey is bound to get your head bobbing in sheer delight.
Filipino - Loud and Proud
Hell yeah... that's what Mike Swift is all about. And he's struggled in every possible way to make sure he gets that point across.
From Emo Zeroes to Grown-Up Heroes
Well at least, that's what Southern Californian rock outfit Yellowcard wants to be seen as these days. We talked to bass player Pete Mosely, and check out what he has to say about their latest, Lights and Sounds.