The NME reports that Pulp’s “After You” will get an official release on 28 January. The track was originally released at Christmas as a gift for fans but will be available officially via iTunes starting Monday. “After You” got its start as a We Love Life demo but had new life breathed into it when Pulp […]
Hey Weekenders! Question for you: Did you like the Pulp album His ‘N” Hers? Beloved by many Pulp fans this album was released at the start, I guess, of Britpop. Unknown somewhat to the masses in comparison to “Different Class” the album does has a slight cult type love for fans and was also the […]
Here’s a great video that deserves to be watched again. “Bad Cover Version” by Pulp is a catchy tune from the album We Love Life and has a creatively cheeky video to go with. Celebrity impersonators poke fun at Live Aid-type charity recordings and the result is fabulous. Can you spot Jarvis?
I love Jarvis Cocker. Mostly because he’s Jarvis the Male Diva. The 2009 release of “Further Complications” shows a really great offshoot of the Pulp sound with just Jarvis behind the wheels. At times you can totally hear Pulp as a band, but then also realize jarvis’s influence behind that sound. Each track manifests itself […]
Pulp played a legendary almost final show in Sheffield tonight.
Did you Brits and Europeans out there (or very lucky Americans) get your tickets for the 2013 Teenage Cancer Trust gigs today? With such a stellar lineup, I would have been in line overnight to secure my seat.
Jarvis Cocker recently revealed that Pulp will not be writing new material and that their reunion will likely end after December’s Coachella cruises. Cocker stated that the band will be “cruising off into the sunset.” While this is sad news indeed, we know that our favorite Britpop reunions can’t last forever. Did you get a […]
Starting this list was easy. Stopping at 25 was the hardest thing I’ve done all week. And lets be frank here: I’ve done some hard things this week. (THATS WHAT SHE SAID). With that said it’s hard to really rank albums because of it’s subjectivity, and not to mention band’s fans ego’s getting hurt if […]