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Are there any? Shouldn't there be? Every other Tom, Dick and Joanna seems to have a bladdy podcast now about everything from your favourite Bird's Eye Potato Waffle advert to best tips for window condensation and the like...

Recently I saw on one of the Pulp Facebook groups, Weej, our man in China, asking if anyone would be interested in him continuing his Pulp song-blog in aural form.

In the meantime, Nick Banks contributed to one last month - not too much you haven't heard before but still, nice to hear him talk about different Pulp songs and his memories. I would have liked to hear more about the recording of After You and the reunion but by the sounds of it Jarvis was thinking that it might set the ball rolling on further new material. Nick tweets a lot, often Pulp-related, he'd clearly be up for any future activity from the band.

Anyway, enjoy: https://thestrangebrew.co.uk/nick-banks-pulp/



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Anyone listen to Nick then? It's good! 



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Oh yeah. I listened to this. T'was canny

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Hello. Yes, as referenced over in my other thread I am thinking of turning it into a podcast, and very much open to collaboration / ideas.

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This is a good podcast called Unflopped where they choose two singles, one chosen each by two of the presenters, that deserved to be hits in their eyes. The third presenter is the "musicologist" of the group and he delves into how effective the songs are before choosing the winner.

This episode sees Do You Remember The First Time? square-up against the wonderful Kirsty MacColl's Walking Down Madison.
I won't say who won but it's a nice idea and very entertaining:


open.spotify.com/episode/4mtFUjjdOdiOJS1R0A3ScQ

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