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Thursday, December 17 2009

The Best 60 Albums of 2009

PopMatters presents our 60 best albums of 2009, highlighted by a bevy of American indie rock juggernauts, the return of a hip-hop master, and a couple of the finest voices on the planet.


Reviews

Tuesday, April 1 2014

'The Big Melt' Puts Flesh Onto the Memories of Sheffield's Steel Industry

Pulp's Jarvis Cocker and director Martin Wallace join forces to breathe new vibrancy into a living history of glowing foundries, smoking chimneys and toiling men.


Monday, April 16 2012

Pulp: 10 April 2012 - New York

Two hours of idiosyncratic joy and blissful pop gold from Jarvis Cocker and company.


Tuesday, May 12 2009

Jarvis Cocker: Further Complications

Jarvis Cocker turns it up to 11 for his best album this decade.


Monday, November 20 2006

Jarvis Cocker: Jarvis

Jarvis is a deliciously dark, funny and acidic record that stands up to anything from Pulp's heyday. It's good to have him back.


Blogs

Friday, December 3 2010

Discodeine (with Jarvis Cocker) - "Synchronize" MP3 (PopMatters Premiere)

Discodeine's new single -- with vocals by Jarvis Cocker -- should be the theme song to countless acts of sexiness.


Friday, November 6 2009

Jarvis Cocker - "Further Complications" (video)

Here's a video for the title track from Cocker's Further Complications, slinky stage presence and paper airplane transitions included.


Friday, May 15 2009

Jarvis Cocker - "Angela" (video)

PopMatters' C.L. Chafin on Further Complications: “Angela”, the first track released to the blogosphere (i.e., its “lead single"), is a prime example of


Monday, April 20 2009

Jarvis Cocker - "Angela" (MP3)

Pulp's Jarvis Cocker releases his latest album Further Complications on 19 May. "Angela" is the first MP3 available from the new album. It's pretty rocky as


News

Monday, April 9 2007

Jarvis Cocker squeezes out of Pulp and churns out a solo album

Jarvis Cocker, writer of snarky songs about sexual starvation, self-annihilation, existential drift and general human folly, did two things he never thought he'd do in


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