Americans Are Literally Flushing Canada’s Forests Down the Toilet
The United States rolls through more toilet paper per year than any other nation, according a report co-written by the NRDC.
The Long Blondes Were British Rock’s Last Great Kitchen Sink Dramatists
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.
This Bullshit World Was Predicted by Pulp's 'This Is Hardcore'
The Brit-pop icons' sixth album is dark, filthy, and essential for understanding modern life.
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'Murdered: Soul Suspect' Is the Most Underrated Ghost Detective Game Ever
'Murdered: Soul Suspect' is a delightfully pulpy genre exercise.
Feist Ventures to Uncharted Sonic and Mathematic Realms in Her New Song "Century"
Pulp's Jarvis Cocker does a monologue about numbers in this, so you know it's hype.
'Pulp Macabre': The Art of a Guy Who Used to Bring Severed Heads to the Bar
The art of Lee Brown Coye features the type of work that made fans of horror and science fiction fanzines drool—grisly worlds filled with ghouls, monsters, and morbid anatomy.
Recordando el show sorpresa que Radiohead y Pulp dieron frente a Brad Pitt y Jennifer Aniston
Lee dos extractos del libro que celebra la historia del 9:30 Club, el club más iconic de Washington, DC, que cumple 35 años, y que fue una de las cunas del hardcore de DC.
Retrospective Sexism: How Women Are Written Out of British Indie Music History
Surprisingly, my experience and appreciation of British rock, indie and Britpop went further than manic hysteria or wanting to shag the lead singers.
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Snarling UK Punks YAK Will Rip You Up and Spit You Out on Their Latest Single "No"
Check out their debut LP, produced by Steve Mackey of Pulp.
Sheffield’s Traditional Market Stall Traders Are Still Standing
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.
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Chris Floyd Photographed the Skeezy Excess of Britpop
"You had access to all the alcohol you wanted, all the weed you wanted, anything else you wanted—and the record company paid for it."