DJ Albo strikes again.
Ah. It’s that time of year again. Coachella time, Coachella being that huge-ass music festival in the middle of the Californian desert which reincarnates famous singers as holograms and where rich white kids dress like destitute hippies. Father John Misty perfectly summed it up when he declared, “If you’re at Coachella this weekend, and you’re
Nick Cave‘s latest project, Grinderman have announced a remix album of their latest release Grinderman 2, which is set to be released on the 12th of March. The band announced that they would no longer perform as Grinderman and would address other musical/personal projects. The album, titled Grinder 2 RMX will remain as dark and
Nick Cave has announced at the end of their Meredith 2011 headline set, during the lunar eclipse on Saturday night, that Grinderman are no more .
Grinderman have announced shows in Adelaide and Perth as part of their 2011 Australian tour that will include headline slots at Meredith and Homebake.
With the Meredith full line-up not too far off, the festival have given us a small taste of what to expect.
Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age has put his remixing hat on and gone after Grinderman.
Set to release the second single off Grinderman 2, Palaces Of Montezuma on March 14th via Mute, Grinderman are offering some tasty tidbits to go along with the single in the form of two remixes, When My Baby Comes remixed by Cat’s Eyes, singer from The Horrors Faris Badwan‘s new solo project, as well as
Combine the musical pedigrees of Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Martyn Casey and Jim Sclavunos and whaddya get? Grinderman. This supergroup is releasing a new album aptly named Grinderman2. A new album and starting off on tour on the 19th of January, Grinderman are seeking aspiring photographers to capture performances throughout the tour. Sound interesting? Well
Tasmania’s MONA FOMA (Museum of Old and New Art Festival of Art and Music) has just released it’s first line-up announcement, and I’ll be buggered three ways from Hobart if it’s not mouth-wettingly amazing. Curated by Violent Femmes bassist Brian Ritchie, a Hobart resident himself, so far the line-up for 2011 boasts avant-garde minimalist composer