PULP Magazine Issue #48
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
VOTE WISELY! VOTE “DRAMACHINE”
Sweeter the second time around? Things certainly seem that way for pop/rock trio Sugarfree. Ebe Dancel, Jal Taguibao, and Mitch Singson says that they feel the love coming from all side, and explain why there’s more to the band’s success than the ability to make audiences cry over their bittersweet melodies.
THE CHICKENS ARE RESTLESS
Out of some freak wormhole in time and space dropped this artifact: a newspaper from a place where The Purple Chickens rule the roost. Sift facts from fancy as you flip through stories about the brainy-yet-heartfelt independent rock group at work and at fowl play, and take notes, because as our imaginary team of reporters see it, you never know, we may all be living in a purple planet someday.
MCFLY IN YER EYE
Hitch a ride on a time-travelling DeLorean, and sing a song of geek love: the boys of Marty McFly are here to rock your sun-starved basement room with pop-culture-referencing pop-rockery, with tales of Saturday nights and girls that got away. Marty McFly talks about day jobs, night gigs, ambition or the lack thereof, and Marty McFly: The Movie.
TECHNICAL HEAVY METAL LIVES AGAIN!
It’s been years since Jerome Abalos and his musically proficient cohort of resurrected metal outfit Death By Stereo showed the audiences how it was done. And as the band prepares yet another onslaught with the release of its comeback album “Resureksyon” with its new lineup, audiences are warned to brace themselves for the explosive return.
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