Make two bands compete on a daytime British TV show about auctioning second-hand tat? It was as good as you'd expect, honestly.
In their tales of woe, lust and dual carriageways, the Sheffield band joined the ranks of Pulp and The Beautiful South, and nobody's touched them since.
The Brit-pop icons' sixth album is dark, filthy, and essential for understanding modern life.
Pulp's Jarvis Cocker does a monologue about numbers in this, so you know it's hype.
The artist, critic, and author died on Monday at the age of 90.
You Don’t Know About Freaky-Ass Cartoons Until You’ve Watched “Zebra Face” Narrated By Jarvis Cocker
Episode 5 includes Roots Manuva as three ghosts who also happen to be MCs...
The release will include collaborations with Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jarvis Cocker, and Françoise Hardy.
Get stoned, and relive your late night TV watching youth.
PREMIERE: Watch Jarvis Cocker Hang with Tigers, Ponder the Universe in the Video for "Completely Sun"
It's the wry, Herzogian art house nature documentary you never knew you always wanted.
Since the closure of longstanding indoor market Castle Market in 2013, Sheffield’s fresh produce and street food traders have had to relocate and adapt to the city’s continually evolving food scene.
The “cocky prick” has been a staple character in UK indie for decades, but as guitar bands become politically impotent has the role lost all meaning?
Last month, VICE turned the big 2-0, so we threw a huge party to celebrate. Everybody from Lil Wayne to Jonah Hill performed, and we filmed the entire thing. Now, we're releasing the whole shebang on YouTube.