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With their first Coachella 2012 performances a not-quite-distant memory, over the weekend some artists engaged in live collaborations to make for unique experiences in their second fest go-around.…   Read Story »
Coachella is streaming (with some notable exceptions) at YouTube all weekend, and this morning a couple of archived sets found their way to the web. Head below to watch Pulp's entire set, as well…   Read Story »
COACHELLA BACK. And, this year, the bacchanalia stretches across two weekends featuring identical lineups, as well as an interim week of non-Coachella shows in L.A., so if you’re looking for live…   Read Story »
Reunited Britpop deities Pulp, looking just as debonair as you'd expect, were the musical guests on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night, and I'm very happy to report that they absolutely slayed.…   Read Story »
Erudite Britpop greats Pulp reunited last year, but they never got around to playing any shows in the Western hemisphere, which was a total drag for the many Anglophiles on these shores. The band is…   Read Story »
A weird but interesting mix of performers at this year's Wireless Festival in London's Hyde Park: Battles, Bruno Mars, Yuck, Black Eyed Peas, Rocky Erickson, Tinie Tempah, Ke$ha, the Hives, Janelle…   Read Story »
Beyoncé doesn't normally play festivals, but by all accounts she killed it at Worth Farm last night. After her Glasto headline performance the star told BBC she was so nervous playing for 175,000…   Read Story »
The 2011 Isle Of Wight Festival took place on its namesake at Newport's Seaclose Park this past weekend. Iggy Pop, Pulp, and some folks under the age of 47 played. Take a look.   Read Story »
Last night (5/25), resurgent Britpop sensualists Pulp performed their first show since 2002. It took place at the appropriately named Le Bikini in Toulouse, France as a sort of warm-up to this…   Read Story »
If you're a Muse or My Chemical Romance fan, I feel sorta bad for you, but today's your lucky day: The bands are headlining this summer's Reading & Leeds Festivals. The (not so) resurgent Strokes and…   Read Story »