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Despite not being sold-out -- maybe a little surprising? -- and joking he was "knackered" and grabbng for water after opening with "Angela," Jarvis put all of himself into last night's show at the…   Read Story »
French artist and Dirty Sound System collective member Pilooski, who has previously filed remixes for Mystery Jets and LCD Soundsystem, delivers a quirky, somewhat DFA-styled funk job on this…   Read Story »
Aside from some heavy rains on Thursday and some quick showers Sunday, the throngs at Worthy Farm this year enjoyed some of the best weather in Glastonbury history. In return, the impressive lineup…   Read Story »
Jarvis Cocker is halfway through a six day art installation at Paris' Galerie Chappe, where he's attempting to answer the question "What is music?" by creating "a musical event that is a living art…   Read Story »
Pulp hero Jarvis Cocker releases second solo collection Further Complications next month. It was produced by poker pro Steve Albini. How'd that happen? From Paste: "The two met while the former Pulp…   Read Story »
By Amrit Singh & Brandon Stosuy After a night of "classic" recreations, it was nice to dive into the current state of the indie landscape. Yesterday's lineup was stacked, and we spent the day…   Read Story »
Looks like we have to go all the way to Argentina to hear the new cheekily titled Cocker tune, "Girls Like It Too." Or, let somebody else go and check their YouTube. (Thanks for the tip, Lucas.)…   Read Story »
Those in London next Sunday with no plans and a love for Jarvis Cocker and/or the The Jungle Book soundtrack are best advised to buy tix for "Forest Of No Return: Hal Willner presents the Vintage…   Read Story »
Mr. Cocker was the closing act at the Shockwaves NME Awards Show at the Astoria in London Saturday night, where he treated the crowd to Jarvis tunes and some choice covers. He scoffed at a "Common…   Read Story »
We miss the good old days of Britpop for the music -- but how about those feuds! None of this trumped up Kasabian shite. Perhaps in a call to our nostalgic funnybone, Damon took to the pages of Uncut…   Read Story »