‘I Was So Dissatisfied When Pulp Got Famous — It Didn’t Cause a Revolution’

Jarvis Cocker

Owen Hatherley interviews Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker about his upbringing, his politics — and what he kept that others might have thrown away.

The photograph was taken by Jorge Antony Stride at the opening of Good Pop, Bad Pop – The Exhibition at The Gallery of Everything.

Jarvis Cocker’s first book, Good Pop Bad Pop — a collaboration with the designer Julian House — is a celebration of a life collecting mass-produced crap; or rather, of how we live our lives through these apparently trivial waste products. Based on a clear-out of the singer and broadcaster’s attic, it is an autobiography through […]

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