- 1. In the Shape of a Painting- Black Hole Information Paradox 14.50 351 plays
- 2. Through The Vortex 3.26 209 plays
- 3. Cognitive Dissonance 4.51 255 plays
- 4. The Wait 4.50 69 plays
- 5. Eighth-Dimensional Blues 6.53 25 plays
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Just over a year of countless hours together, playing a myriad of shows, writing, and spending every last dime on coffee, pizza, and gasoline, Pulp Culture has just published their first, full-length release, "What Do You Want?" The album, recorded at Metro 37 Studios in the Fall of 2013, is a conceptual, science fiction album with a personal depth and a transcendental message.
A human life ends, and the protagonist, Xane, realizes that he is a black hole, swallowing the remnants of all he was and becoming all that exists.
The main character is a retired pseudonym in dedication to a late, close friend of the band's frontman, Alex Brown, and guitarist, Andrew Zerbo.
The band has a definitively unique sound, incorporating a wide array of interests without mimicry or pretense. Jake's guitar style is distinctively post-hardcore, reminiscent of Thomas Eraks heavy lead tones while aspiring for the dissonant writing style of Omar Rodriguez-Lopez. He takes rhythmic influences from math rock, notably from groups such as Don Caballero and Tera Melos. Andrew's devout, experimental blues style contrasts with Jakes guitar work, stimulating the writing process and adapting inimitable harmonies while maintaining a love for classic rock n' roll. While playing a fretless bass, manipulated with analog effects, Alex uses the amenity of a trained voice to capture pure emotion in conjunction with bizarre lyrics about time-travel and string theory. Mike keeps perfect time in the synthesis of balance and raw energy, adding flares of passionate polyrhythms to enhance the atmosphere of the band's groovy sounds.
Live shows are energetic performances that keep audiences receptive, interactive, and utterly transported.