Budding Collective thebaremax Delivers New Project ‘Pulp’


    Multi faceted collective thebaremax teams together for Pulp, a soulful score inspired by the 1994 film ‘Pulp Fiction.’

    At 11 tracks in length, the body of work captures something unique and refreshing allowing each member of the collective to showcases their artistry in a way that makes for a cohesive listen from beginning to end. With the year coming to an end, make sure you keep the budding collective on your radar. For the time being, we had a chance to catch up with each member and have them explain what this project means to them. Check out their responses alongside the project down below.

    “Pulp pushed me out of my comfort zone in every way. There was a new level of trust that had to be reached for this project to come to fruition. To me Pulp means that we’re capable of a lot more than we thought. Hopefully people listen and feel the same way. “ – Bert Knox 

    “The start of something new.. it feels so right to be here with you (oh)  “ – 5dgirl

    “It meant a fresh start, talking with the family I have never really accepted my reality. After being included on this it meant it was time to close the chapters on everything prior to the release of the project. My mistakes and everything I was living by that preceded this. Pulp meant closure, It meant a second chance. It allowed me to say what I couldn’t before.” – GLENWORLDTOUR 

    “We are pulp, that little shit that people don’t think about but when we in your drink you notice us.” – lamuse

    “With Pulp, I wanted to hear my friends on a bunch of beats I though was cool and try to make a story out of it. This project elevated us all creatively.” – Khozy 

    “Pulp is like when the Power Rangers got together and formed the gigantic transformer like robots and kicked everyones ass in it.”- zay (PR)

    “It’s family highs and lows and everything in between.” – CALEB 

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