PULP Magazine Issue #19
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
Way Out West DJ Nick Warren was in Manila last for the first leg of the Nokia Colours Series. Catching him before his set at Garceau gets the lowdown on the DJ’s star power, major label mishaps and the truth behind clubbing and the perceived “drug culture” from one of the industry’s best.
BLUE JEAN JUNKIES
Guitarist Chuck Fournier describes their band as “The Jerks of Amphetamines.” Their love affair with the blues and rock ‘n’ roll has spawned stories of crazy stunts, fantastic trip-outs, and ballsy music. Find out why the Blue Jean Junkies are a genuine rock and roll band that just don’t give a shit.
Hard at work with their follow-up to the independently-released “Free”, catch the quintet in action and zoom in on the dynamics brought about by the infusion of new blood to an already well-oiled hit-making machine.
THE PIN-UP GIRLS
Recording an album on one’s own terms is a success story not everyone has the guts to live. Cutthroat competition for major label attention and mainstream acceptance forces Pin-Up Girls to take a detour to record “Hello Pain”.
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