For five seasons now, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds’ track “Red Right Hand” has served as the theme song for the UK period crime drama Peaky Blinders. PJ Harvey, Laura Marling, Iggy Pop and Jarvis Cocker, and more have also covered the song for the show. And now, Snoop Dogg has too.
“By the order of the Peaky Blinders, this is ‘Red Right Hand,’ by Snoop Shelby,” Snoop Dogg says in the video for his cover before tipping his era-appropriate flat cap to the camera. Listen to Snoop’s take on the shadowy, half-spoken song and compare it to the original below.
Quan les mil plagues cauen sobre el món, el Coronavrus sembla amenaçar la nostra existència i el pànic s’extén arreu del món nosaltres oferim un racó musical per refugiar-vos de tot plegat. Divus Julius estrena el més nou de Kevin Morby, Algiers, Roisin Murphy, Empress Of, Yves Tumor i Bombay Bycicle Club entre d’altres. A més, presentem a nous artistes com els francesos Born Idiot i Planet 1999 i el nou projecte de Jarvis Cocker, líder de Pulp: Jarv Is.
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After releasing “Must I Evolve,” last May, Jarv Is, fronted by former Pulp leader Jarvis Cocker, has just released a new single, “House Music All Night Long.”
Unlike the moodier sound of “Must I Evolve,” “House Music All Night Long” is much more playful and will get you instantly dancing around your living room… or wherever you plan to listen to it. This is the latest single off the Jarv Is’ upcoming album, Beyond the Pale, which is due out on May 1.
What can we say about Jarvis Cocker that hasn’t already been said? He may describe himself as a short-sighted musician & broadcaster from Sheffield, but we know him as an icon. As the lead singer of Pulp for 34 years, he created songs that you’ve sung back at him and that have soundtracked all the important moments of your life. You also know him as the creator of two magnificent solo albums and as the man who released Room 29: a song-cycle written in collaboration with the Canadian pianist, Chilly Gonzales.
Last year he returned with new material. He played tiny clubs and caverns throughout the UK, presenting his new musical ensemble, JARV IS.
Happy artists families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. Until Rest, this reference to a quote from Tolstoy had no relevance when talking about Charlotte Gainsbourg. Her childhood was blissfully free and very early on she demonstrated that she was a extremely talented actress and her solo records were marvellous pop caprices with illustrious Gainsbourgettes invited to collaborate: Beck, Jarvis Cocker, Air and Neil Hannon. Serge and Jane’s daughter did, however, cross the shadow line in 2013. The death of her sister Kate Barry undeniably influenced her music and four years later came Rest, an album of grief, which is on the same level as its counterparts by Nick Cave, Mount Eerie and Sufjan Stevens. If before Charlotte was already able to sublimate tragic beauty simply by pushing her fringe off her face with the back of her hand, the interpretation of this quasi R&B repertoire will certainly trigger the Stendhal syndrome in the audience.