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On 11/24, Beck will perform his sheet music-only album Song Reader with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and a grip of guests at L.A.'s Walt Disney Concert Hall. The orchestra will be conducted by Beck's…   Read Story »
In 2012 Beck released an album of sheet music, Song Reader. Earlier this week, on July 4, Beck played songs from this album with a full band in London at The Barbican. It was Beck's first time…   Read Story »
The S.S. Coachella sailed from Fort Lauderdale, FL to Jamaica and back between 12/19 and 12/23, along the way featuring performances from Pulp, Hot Chip, Yeasayer, and many more. Andrew Youssef was…   Read Story »
When M.I.A. held up her middle finger during Madonna's Super Bowl Halftime Show last weekend, she dominated blog chatter for a few days and incited a few minor cable-TV debates. She could have to pay…   Read Story »
Venerable publishing giant Faber & Faber announced today that Jarvis Cocker will become an "editor-at-large" for the company and that his insight will be sought as Faber & Faber selects titles to…   Read Story »
Last night, Pulp's Jarvis Cocker joined co-headliners the Strokes during their Is This It-heavy set at Reading Festival for a cover of The Cars' "Just What I Needed." Lots of bro-hugs abound.…   Read Story »
This week we've got new videos from Destroyer, Discodeine (featuring Jarvis Cocker), Hercules & Love Affair, and Lupe Fiasco. We're still in a new video drought, post-Christmas and…   Read Story »
This past weekend Larmer Tree Gardens, near Salisbury, Wiltshire, hosted the fifth annual End Of The Road Festival. This year's lineup continued the festival's peripheral deviation from its folk,…   Read Story »
The Academy has selected 63 songs that will contend for Best Song nominations for next year's ceremony, and among them are songs not written by Randy Newman. Paul McCartney and U2 -- "you may have…   Read Story »
With all the news of Jarvis writing songs to soundtrack other people's motion picture projects -- some for the Forgetting Sarah Marshall sequel, one for Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox -- it's nice…   Read Story »