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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 »
Maybe it's because I spend the bulk of my time reading and writing about music or talking with people who do the same, but as much as I love TV and movies on their own merits, the second or third…   Read Story »
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds made a grandiose post-Grinderman comeback with Push The Sky Away, which earned Album Of The Week honors way back in February. One standout from that record was "Higgs Boson…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds rumbled back into action with the grizzled, dangerous, generally excellent Push The Sky Away, their first album in five years. And especially with…   Read Story »
One of the best songs you could ever find by Nick Cave is his cover of "Knoxville Girl," made famous originally by country greats the Louvin Brothers. He took their sadly sung murder-ballad and made…   Read Story »
WTF is the podcast of standup comic Marc Maron. On the most recent installment of the podcast, Maron featured Nick Cave. They spoke about "his time as frontman of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds and all…   Read Story »
Primavera Sound Festival took place over multiple days in Barcelona last week, hosting acts including Blur, My Bloody Valentine, the Knife, Phoenix, the Postal Service, the Breeders, and many more.…   Read Story »
A new 7" single from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds was part of this past weekend's Record Store Day deluge. "Animal X," apparently named after an Australian nature documentary series from the '90s, came…   Read Story »
Fresh from his album of the week honor, Nick Cave easily sold out the Fonda Theater in Hollywood by rolling out Push The Sky Away in its entirety backed by an orchestra and the children from the…   Read Story »
Even when he was a fresh-faced punk, Nick Cave never sounded like a fresh-faced punk. Back on those Birthday Party records, he sounded like a wizened, apocalyptic rage-prophet. And over the course of…   Read Story »