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Push The Sky Away, the new album from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, is a quieter affair than its predecessor Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! or the two albums that Cave recorded with his Grinderman band, but it's…   Read Story »
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds' new album Push The Sky Away is a couple of weeks away from release, and today we get the video for their languid, sinister "Jubilee Street." Cave's old buddy and…   Read Story »
I'm not certain of many things in this life, but here's one thing I know: I am going to enjoy Push The Sky Away, the new Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album, when it arrives next month. Cave has already…   Read Story »
Later this year, Sharon Van Etten will open for Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds on tour in America. And on a recent radio session for Australia's Triple J Radio, Van Etten covered one of her future…   Read Story »
The video for Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds's "We No Who U R" is appropriately mysterious for the song's title and Nick Cave's equally as ominous persona. A camera follows a shadowy figure through the…   Read Story »
Nick Cave broke up the amazing Grinderman last year -- not exactly great news to any of us who thought that band's two LPs ranked among the best of the last decade. But the promise of a new album…   Read Story »
Back in 1995, Kylie Minogue was still a recovering Aussie teen idol when she and Nick Cave recorded "Where The Wild Roses Grow," a duet for Cave's Murder Ballads album. This was a legitimately…   Read Story »
For The Journey Is Long, a forthcoming benefit tribute compilation dedicated to the late Gun Club frontman Jeffrey Lee Pierce, two of Pierce's better-known contemporaries have gotten together to…   Read Story »
Neko Case and Nick Cave have covered the Zombies' "She's Not There" for HBO's True Blood. KCRW DJ Gary Calamar, who serves as music supervisor for the vampire comedy (did you think it was a drama?),…   Read Story »
In a photo spread titled "Ballad Of A Thin Man" and subtitled "Godfathers Of Glam" and basically boiling down to "Someone Old, Something New," this Sunday's T Mag juxtaposed the exquisitely preserved…   Read Story »