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Producer Will Producer Will | 21:00 UK time, Friday, 8 July 2011



Pulp have been one of the biggest talking points online this week after Jarvis Cocker and friends put on a stellar performance at Wireless in London’s Hyde Park. Not only that, but the band then announced another show at Brixton Academy in August – which sold out almost straight away – resulting in a second date being added.

We therefore built the Ultimate Pulp Playlist with you through the week and during the show.

As well as this, For Folk’s Sake and Fear of Fiction shared their musical tit-bits with us, and we wrap up everything else you needed to know about this week’s musical goings on.


Pulp – Do You Remember the First Time?

#DigitalDigest Part 1
* Spotify and Virgin Media have announced a deal which will allow people to stream 13-million songs via their TV. There are also packages available to users on other online and mobile platforms with costs sitting in line with the current Spotify Premium options.
* The Beastie Boys have once again teamed up with Spike Jonze for the video to Don’t Play No Game that I Can’t Win. Featuring Santigold, the rappers have been transformed into action heroes and there is a promise of an ‘epic length’ version also coming out.
* Mumford and Sons debuted their new track Home on American radio station KBCO this week – which blogs have subsequently ripped and uploaded onto Soundcloud.
* And Ladytron have made another track available to stream online this week. Ambulances is the third track up on Soundcloud from new album Gravity the Seducer.

#NowStreamingcheck out the blog post for all the latest music streaming online
The Horrors
– I Can See Through You

#Blogged – Fear of Fiction
– Everloved
The Last Days of Lorca – With All Clarity
The Black Ships – Rain Down


Ed Sheeran - The A-Team

#Ultimate Pulp Playlist Part 1 - suggested via Facebook, Twitter, Spotify, Text, E-Mail and this week, the Drowned in Sound froum 
Pulp –Pink Glove (John Peel Session Track)
Scott Walker – Jackie
Lush ft. Jarvis Cocker – Ciao
New Order – Temptation
Richard Hawley - Open Up Your Door
The Longpigs - On And On

#DigitalDigest Part 2
* Noel Gallagher announced he is releasing a new album, High Flying Birds, in a press conference, revealed he has a second ready and spoke openly about Oasis’ last night in Paris.
* The Foo Fighters were joined on stage by a gaggle of stars during their Milton Keynes Bowl gig, including Alice Cooper who performed School’s Out and I’m Eighteen.
* The Damien Hirst designed album cover for the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ I’m With You emerged online this week.
* Eminem’s Grammy nominated Recovery has just broken a pretty impressive landmark by becoming the first to sell over one million digital copies in America alone.
* Radiohead took the interesting step of testing the water in Chinese social media this week. On one of China’s leading sites, Sina.com, they launched a ‘weibo’ page which is similar to Twitter in the highly censored state. Meanwhile, the first remixes from King of Limbs are now available to stream.

* NME launched NMEVideo.com this week and to celebrate ran down a list of their top 100 music videos ever.
* An audio-visual-dubstep-mash-up of Masterchef presenters Gregg Wallace and John Torode from Swede Mason has gone viral on YouTube.
* Performances from the iTunes Festival have been streaming online via iTunes this week and Linkin Park’s cover of Adele’s Rolling in the Deep has been getting a lot of love.
* Sufjan Stevens’ self-animated video for new single Get Right, Get Real is now online.

#Blogged – For Folk’s Sake
The Leisure Society
- This Phantom Life
Joni Mitchell – A Case of You
Laura Hocking – Talented Tailor


Moby - Honey

#Ultimate Pulp Playlist Part 2

Pulp - Babies

William Shatner - Common People

The Human League - Being Boiled

Tony Christie ft. All Seeing I - Walk Like a Panther

The Crookes - Chorus of Fools

Pulp - Sorted for E's and Whizz


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