PULP Magazine Issue #62
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
THE YEAR THEY CAME TO TOWN
Cueshe, arguably the biggest act to hit the local music scene, is now enjoying the rock and roll life- both the material rewards and the personal fulfillment. But they also took the good with the bad… in more ways than one.
THEY, TOO, ARE FROM CEBU
But you already knew that didn’t you? Urbandub – the original rock phenomenon from the South, are back again with their major label debut Embrace, one of the most anticipated albums of the year.
HOLD YOUR HEAD UP HIGH
We don’t have to tell you how much of a blast we had partying with The Speaks, the Filipino-American band who came here and partied with us for more than a week. Missed the show? here’s our official coverage.
TWO CENTS AND MORE
Mon Castro, prime member of one of the hardest working independent groups – the Pin-Up Girls – speak their mind about the criticisms they’ve received as well as the achievements they’ve gained despite all the flak that’s been thrown at ’em.
6 CYCLE MINDS: THE CYCLE CONTINUES
Armed with a new drummer and a refined sense of team work, Chuck Isidro and his cohorts let us in on the story behind the creation of their latest disc, and share a few thoughts and opinions on their band.
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