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Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker Shares New Song Written in Response to Paris Terror Attacks

Jarvis Cocker premiered a moving piece of new music on BBC 6's music show Sunday Service this weekend, a song that the onetime Pulp frontman wrote in response…
James Grebey / November 23, 2015

Classic Reviews: Pulp, ‘Different Class’

This review originally ran in the March 1996 issue of SPIN. In honor of the 20th anniversary of Pulp's Different Class — which is one of…
Barry Walters / October 30, 2015

Your Labor Day Weekend Playlist: The 100 Best Alt-Rock Songs of 1994

As Labor Day Weekend approaches, the summer's last barbecues and beach parties find themselves wanting for the perfect soundtrack. SPIN has you covered with our "100…
Brennan Carley / August 29, 2014

The 100 Best Alternative Rock Songs of 1994

In 1994, the distinction between "mainstream" and "alternative" evaporated. Green Day and the Offspring brought hook-heavy punk to the Billboard charts, middle-of-the-road acts such as…
Kyle McGovern / August 18, 2014

Nine-Year-Old Pulp Fan Wins Jarvis Cocker-Judged Karaoke Contest

Last Thursday night, nine-year old Graham Johnson won a Pulp karaoke contest that was judged by the band's lead singer, Jarvis Cocker, at a Brooklyn…
Brennan Carley / August 13, 2014

Unreleased Performances from Blur, Pulp, More to Surface on ‘Britpop at BBC’

2014 marks the 20th anniversary of both Blur's Parklife and Oasis' Definitely Maybe, so you could make a case that this year represents the 20th…
Colin Joyce / June 28, 2014

Watch Pulp’s Cheery Trailer for ‘A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets’

We first heard news of a new Pulp doc back in February when it was set to premiere at SXSW as Sheffield: Sex City. Now…
Colin Joyce / May 29, 2014

Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker to Give Songwriting Tips at SXSW Lecture

Considering his sartorial choices, it makes sense that Jarvis Cocker would be inclined to moonlight as a lecturer. The organizers of SXSW just announced that…
Dan Reilly / February 5, 2014

Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker, Man of Common People, Inks British Folk History Book

Jarvis Cocker, Britpop's sharpest penman, was hired by British publisher Faber and Faber as an editor-at-large back in 2011. Now the Pulp frontman has signed…
Kyle McGovern / April 16, 2013

See Pulp Sass Out ‘After You’ on James Murphy-Assisted Single

Pulp's almost forgotten We Love Life-era B-side, "After You," has been experiencing an astounding second life. When we first heard the thing, we noted that it…
Chris Martins / February 4, 2013

Pulp’s James Murphy-Produced ‘After You’ Will Get an Official Release

In December, Pulp quietly shared a re-recorded version of a previously unreleased, 2000-era demo. Originally given as a download to attendees at the Britpoppers' Sheffield,…
Marc Hogan / January 25, 2013

Hear Pulp’s ‘Absolute Lost Classic’ Demo ‘After You’

If Jarvis Cocker flirted with the crowd during Pulp's performance on this month's S.S. Coachella cruise, with the band's newly posted "After You" he has…
Marc Hogan / December 26, 2012

Sea Change: Photos of the S.S. Coachella’s Maiden Voyage 2012

Check out the wild, waterlogged, drunken, hedonism-on-the-high-seas of the inaugural voyage of the S.S. Coachella, the mega-fest's first trip to the Atlantic Ocean. Join Pulp,…
Ken Bachor / December 20, 2012

Muse Win ‘Best Act in the World Today’ at 2012 Q Awards

Worst New Music rockers Muse are the Best Act in the World Today, according to the 2012 Q Awards. The U.K. trio received the slightly…
Kyle McGovern / October 23, 2012

Coachella Cruise Confirmed: Pulp, Hot Chip Hitting High Seas

Instead of launching a third weekend of its annual Indio fest, Coachella will take its increasingly wild party to the high seas. Today organizers announced…
Devon Maloney / July 17, 2012

Watch Pulp Be Dapper, Dig Out Old Soundtrack Song on ‘Fallon’

With Damon Albarn and Noel Gallagher apparently friendly now, and both looking past their old bands to other projects, the way is clear for Pulp…
Marc Hogan / April 10, 2012

Pulp Confirm Beginnings of First U.S. Tour in 14 Years

Pulp's first U.S. show in more than a decade just got a couple of days closer. The reunited Britpop icons have added performances in New…
Marc Hogan / January 23, 2012

Leonard Cohen Chats With Jarvis Cocker, Says ‘Buffet Table’ Amazingly

In advance of his new Old Ideas, out January 31, Leonard Cohen sat down with Jarvis Cocker to chat about the album for a BBC…
David Marchese / January 20, 2012

Boys Noize, Erol Alkan Team With Jarvis Cocker

Boys Noize's Alexander Ridha and British producer Erol Alkan are two of the better known DJs on the planet, and they've joined forces for a…
Kevin O'Donnell / July 28, 2011

Best of Glastonbury: Radiohead, Beyonce, U2

It was an action-filled weekend in rural Somerset, England, for the annual Glastonbury Music and Arts Festival, the world's largest outdoor music event with more…
Nate Brennan / June 27, 2011
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