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Reviews

Monday, April 16 2012

Pulp: 10 April 2012 - New York

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


Wednesday, September 28 2011

Pulp: 1 September 2011 - London

Jarvis Cocker, getting to half a century of his cool existence, rocks and twists like no one else in British Pop.


Monday, January 15 2007

Pulp: The Peel Sessions

This collection of Pulp's Peel Sessions serves as a poignant reminder not only of how great a band Pulp were, but of how important John Peel was to the development and evolution of British music.


Wednesday, May 19 2004

Pulp: Different Class

Along with Blur's Parklife, it remains the high point of the Britpop era; music, lyrics, production, artwork, it's as perfect as it gets, one that I, personally, will never, ever tire of hearing.


Thursday, September 4 2003

Pulp: Hits

Pulp have a greatest hits record, and it's about goddamned time. The enigmatic group, fronted by the inimitable Jarvis Cocker, are by far the oldest and wisest of the Britpop behemoths.


Pulp: Hits [12.Jan.03]

Blogs

Friday, December 13 2013

Counterbalance No. 156: Pulp's 'Different Class'

You'll never live like common people. You'll never do what common people do. You'll never fail like common people. You'll never watch your life slide out of view and then dance and drink and screw, because there's nothing else to do. You can listen to the 156th most acclaimed album of all time.


Sunday, April 15 2012

Coachella 2012: Pulp + M83 + Frank Ocean

Coachella is streaming live all weekend and here you can catch entire sets from perennial Britpop faves Pulp, as well as M83 and Frank Ocean.


Tuesday, April 10 2012

Pulp Perform Two Songs on Jimmy Fallon's Show

Pulp have thankfully reunited for a big reunion tour that includes a high-profile Coachella performance. So, of course, they are making the late night rounds


Monday, June 7 2010

Kirk/Spock "Slashups" Cover Pulp and Nine Inch Nails

William Shatner's excellent Has Been featured his inimitable interpretation of Pulp's "Common People", which inspired YouTube user kirkslashspock to create this fun video. Edited together


Tuesday, October 13 2009

Funny How It All Falls Away: Pulp at Their Most Life-Affirming on 'This Is Hardcore'

On its release, Pulp's This Is Hardcore was derided as a commercial and artistic disappointment. Not so ten years later. Was the music ahead of its time, or did critics just have to reach their 30s to appreciate it?


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