PULP Magazine Issue #53
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
HIP HOP HOORAY
We are starting off our new year with our thick double issue, where we honor the work of this year’s main contenders for the first ever Hip Hop awards put together by pulp columnist H-Town and his crew. Who’s hot and who’s not? Read on the achievements and happenings in the lives of some of the country’s hottest RnB and Hip Hop acts, and decide who you think deserves the title “top dawg of 2005.” Ya heard?
THE DEVIL WENT TO SINGAPORE
Our very own PULP Editor-in-Chief Vernon Go has always had the straight eye for the queer, er… stuff. Well, okay, okay… we’re hard at an intro for this piece so let’s just say that we thought these photos he took using his trusty lomo camera looked so cool that we had to publish it.
OKAY CLASS… TODAY’S LESSON IS ALL ABOUT METAL
Shards Of Ice is a trio of students barely into their teens who offer musical tribute to the wonderful world of heavy metal. But Lex, Dean, and Griff, exude the persistent enthusiasm and drive of a band that knows no tomorrow with their first independent release “The Monkeys Have Landed.”
JESUS SPEAKS… AND IT’S NOT GOING TO BE AS NICE
It’s been almost two years since the legendary, local fab four The Eraserheads was disbanded, due mainly to the departure of its chief songwriter and enigmatic frontman Ely Buendia. Read in on the messy details from Ely Buendia’s (and his girlfriend’s) side as he breaks the silence in our exclusive interview with the man.
In PULP’s continuing series of articles that guide you on your way to becoming a rockstar (or something similar to a rockstar), Headwriter Joey Dizon takes on the assignment of providing you the information of the top five options of places where you and your band might want to rehearse or record.
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