Jarvis Cocker Invades Your Home Screen

noah | June 4, 2009 10:00 am

Pitchfork has posted the entirety of Jarvis Cocker’s set from last year’s Pitchfork Music Festival, and if you have an hour or so to carve out from today I suggest you spend it watching this; it includes early versions of tracks that made their way to Further Complications and his ferocious cover of Master C & J’s Chicago house classic “Face It.” Above, my favorite part of the show: Jarvis showing off his knowledge of the festival’s home city of Chicago by reminding the crowd of just who Wikipedia thinks the city’s most famous natives are. (There’s even a throwaway Karate Kid Part II reference!) [Pitchfork]