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Jarvis Cocker Announces A New EP, Likely Stories

Jarvis Cocker Announces A New EP, Likely Stories

Today, Jarvis Cocker announced the release of an EP of new music composed especially for the upcoming TV series, “Likely Stories”. The Sky Arts series, which airs next Thursday, May 26, is the work of directors Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard (who directed the excellent Nick Cave documentary 20,000 Days On Earth) and is based […]

Jarvis Cocker Remembers David Bowie

This week’s BBC Radio 6 Show, Jarvis Cocker’s Sunday Service, has the Pulp star paying tribute to David Bowie. The two hour celebration of the life of David Bowie, who passed away the prior Sunday, features a treasure trove of demo takes, live performances, and alternate versions of such classics as ‘Starman,’ ‘John, I’m Only […]

Jarvis Cocker Covers Celine Dion and Sham 69 – Watch

Last Friday, Vice Magazine threw an invite-only twentieth anniversary party in New York City. An impressive array of stars were in attendance, including Karen O, Ghostface Killah, Jonah Hill, Andrew WK, Lil’ Wayne, and Stephen Malkmus. However, Jarvis Cocker‘s appearance sounded like the highlight of the evening. Cocker took the stage for not one, but […]

NYC Pulp Karaoke To Be Judged By Jarvis

Hey, Common People of New York! Do you experience a F.E.E.L.I.N.G.C.A.L.L.E.D.L.O.V.E every time you think of Sheffield’s greatest export, Pulp? If so, plan a Joyride to Rooftop Film’s August 7 (that’s next Thursday!) screening of the new Florian Habicht documentary, PULP: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets. As North Americans may know, this is […]

Jarvis Cocker To Talk Songwriting At SXSW

Jarvis Cocker will be making a rare appearance in the U.S. at the Austin, Texas arts festival, SxSW. The legendary Pulp frontman is not scheduled to perform, however. Cocker will be giving a lecture on the craft of songwriting. His talk will explore the meaning of artistic vision and will be accompanied by an illustrated […]

5 Sketches Of Britpop Stars Suffering Everyday Problems

Modern life really is rubbish as Jersey Milk Cow’s brilliant illustrations of former Britpop stars dealing with the mundane aspects of everyday life can attest. In his series, ‘Stars of the Britpop Era Encounter Inner City Pressure,’ the illustrator captures his subjects with uncanny simplicity and also alerts us to the very real catastrophes any […]