PULP Magazine Issue #45
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
JASON MRAZ: FAST MOUTH, BIG CITY
Words come out of him at breakneck speed- just listen to his hit and run of a song “The Remedy.” That’s how PULP music editor Kristine Fonacier got to extract so much info from her short exclusive interview with fast-rising American singer-songwriter Jason Mraz during his whirlwind Manila tour recently.
They’ve got the chops, they’ve got tunes, and they’ve got to leave you crying in your beer. Get down with the sundown people, and learn about the power of sadness, the purity of music, and the allure of nubile young schoolgirls.
DIE ACOUSTIC DIE!!!
Don’t mind our headline, we’re just having a little fun, as the Fongmeister would say. Seriously, though, the days of the acoustic phenomenon are numbered. But hey, that’s life; it’s all cycles anyway. Just ask MYMP, Noel Cabangon, Jimmy Bondoc, Nyoy Volante, and Paolo Santos- Luis Katigbak did.
Do you know that feeling, when a song takes hold of your imagination and seeps into your life and refuses to let go? You don’t? What the hell are you doing reading a music magazine?! Anyway, welcome to the newest PULP regular feature, where people who think they know music wax rhapsodic, philosophic and/or nostalgic about the song that rules their lives.
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