It’s not the gold statue he’s always wanted, but it’s something.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Nick Cave & The Bad Steeds
Stripped back to its beautiful bones.
“This release is designed to be a way into three decades of music making.”
Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has responded by voicing his support for the curfew.
“Cave is in pure catharsis mode… working through every last raw emotion, burning an effigy and building his own spectacle.”
Made up of footage from the film ‘One More Time With Feeling’
Get around em’.
With support from The Necks.
Feat. Nick Cave, PJ Harvey and a whole lot more.
Ahead of the release of their 16th studio album.
A moving teaser featuring a taste of new music.
After years of financial troubles and cancelled events.
And here’s all the places that you can view it.
A cinematic twist!
Nick Cave has shared a video of himself performing Where The Wild Roses Grow with Kylie Minogue during a 2013 gig at KOKO in London. Shot during the making of 20,000 Days on Earth, a documentary film focusing on Cave, the performance is the first time the two have shared the stage in 15 years.
The Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) have today unveiled a new award and accompanying trophy to recognise 22 homegrown acts and releases which have reached the coveted number one position on the ARIA album or singles chart. Shaped like our very own island nation, the ARIA #1 Chart Award will be presented to artists as
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have beaten English indie rockers Arctic Monkeys to take home the Album Award at the 59th Ivor Novello Awards, which took place on Thursday, 22nd May at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. The group’s 2013 album Push The Sky Away beat out Arctic Monkeys’ 2013 effort AM to
APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) and artistic mechanical rights organisation AMCOS have revealed the top 20 contenders for the largest peer-voted songwriting award in Australia, the APRA Song of the Year award, with Sydney indie band Boy & Bear and the legendary Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds picking up two nods each. Other artists
The lineup for the 2014 Bonnaroo Music Festival has been revealed, with Kanye West, Elton John, and Jack White set to headline. The extensive lineup features some Australian muscle in the forms of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Cut Copy, John Butler Trio, Vance Joy, and The Preatures. Bonnaroo launched in 2002 in Manchester,