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Nick Cave has recorded a new version of his cover of Leonard Cohen's "Avalanche," a song that he first covered as the opening track on From Her To Eternity, his first album with the Bad Seeds that…   Read Story »
Nick Cave is a 57-year-old man who wears nice clothes, and I have personally witnessed him falling on his ass at least once. He is not built for skateboarding. This has not stopped Cave from teaming…   Read Story »
The Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds episode of Austin City Limited aired last night. Featuring performances from their ACL concert back in July, the band runs through songs like "Jubilee Street," "Tupelo,"…   Read Story »
The legendarily dark British singer-songwriter Marianne Faithfull has been making music for 50 years now, and she's celebrating her five decades in the game by putting together a new scorched-earth…   Read Story »
The new movie 20,000 Days On Earth is a sort of half-fictional portrait of the Australian scorched-earth postpunk icon Nick Cave, which honestly seems like the only realistic way to approach the life…   Read Story »
The official trailer for the Nick Cave pseudo-documentary 20,000 Days On Earth has been released. The concept is simple and intriguing: Directors Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard followed Cave around…   Read Story »
It has to be a toss-up between Coachella and Bonnaroo as to which is our most iconic currently active American festival. Growing up in Pennsylvania, I found the earlier years of Bonnaroo somewhat…   Read Story »
Though it was a lovely little folk tune originating in 1892, "Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built For Two)" has been the subject of strange interpretations at least since Hal 9000 sang it in 2001: A Space…   Read Story »
A key part of the early L.A. punk scene, the Gun Club brought a sort of dessicated blues glamor to the scene where hardcore was being born. A new tribute album called Axels & Sockets will honor the…   Read Story »
The year 2000 saw the release of a three-disc Johnny Cash compilation with each disc bearing a one-word title indicating the thematic scopes of the chosen songs: Love, God, and Murder. One could do…   Read Story »