Following in the tradition of her earlier projects, like 2090s and Wanderlust, Pulp is a portal to a world Ambré is creating entirely from scratch—one that people can visit from the comfort of their own home during a pandemic. Last month, the New Orleans native released Pulp (The Director's Cut), a deluxe edition of the EP that doubles as a nod to her love for film. The project is a composite of parts of Ambré's favorite movies, including Pulp Fiction, Eyes Wide Shut, and Dazed & Confused. But it also uses those reference points to center Blackness in a way Quentin Tarantino, Stanley Kubrick, and Richard Linklater have not. Pulp is a world where psychedelics aren't reserved for well-meaning white teens; it's an alternate universe completely opposite from the one the War on Drugs created.