PULP Magazine Issue #57
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
BELIEVE US, THESE GUYS ROCK!
Good Charlotte isn’t just your run-of-the-mill, teen punk band. We think these guys rock well and hard enough that we’r bringing them over here to play at the Folk Arts Theater on July 8. Still not convinced? Check ’em out from their humble beginnings to the making of their latest opus, The Chronicles Of Life And Death.
ALIVE AND AMBITIOUS
Four years after their debut album, the Itchyworms are on a new label, and are set to release what could very well be the most ambitious, if not the most anticipated local record of the year, Noontime Show, a concept album that “criticizes the state of local entertainment.”
A PORTRAIT OF AN ACTOR AS A MUSICIAN
Everyone feels the need to be taken seriously at some point in their lives, perhaps no one more so than Diether Ocampo, whose rock band Blow continues to struggle for acceptance within the rock crowd as they release their second CD, Rock Manila.
SHE’S MY SHEREE PIE
Yes, this former Viva Hot Babe is now a serious R & B singer, and her new solo album, My Sheree Amour, is also the first release of an upstart international record label.
PULP SUMMER SLAM 5: THE AFTERMATH
Another Summer Slam has come and gone, and once again we live to tell the tale. With over 30 kickass bands and 30,000 rabid kids in attendance, World War 5 ended up being another one for the history books. Check it out and relive the entire ordeal in words and pictures.
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