Thursday, December 17 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.
Tuesday, April 1 2014
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
Two hours of idiosyncratic joy and blissful pop gold from Jarvis Cocker and company.
Tuesday, May 12 2009
Jarvis Cocker turns it up to 11 for his best album this decade.
Monday, November 20 2006
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.
Friday, December 3 2010
Discodeine's new single -- with vocals by Jarvis Cocker -- should be the theme song to countless acts of sexiness.
Friday, November 6 2009
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
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
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
Monday, April 9 2007
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