Nick Cave Announces New Skateboard

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Back in 2015, Nick Cave teamed up with the Australian skate company Fast Times to make an official Nick Cave skateboard, with an illustration from San Francisco artist Chuck Sperry. That same trio of collaborators has teamed up yet again for another board. This one’s inspired by “Heathen Child,” a song from … More »

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Announce North And Latin America Tour

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Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds have announced North and Latin American dates for October, with special guests Cigarettes After Sex at select dates. This run of dates will follow the band’s trek through Europe this summer, in which the band will hit Primavera, Bergenfest, Down the Rabbit Hole Festival and many more. Cigarettes After … More »

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – “Saying Goodbye” & “Waking Up”

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Nick Cave and Warren Ellis have teamed up for yet another movie score, this time for the film Kings, which is set during the 1992 Rodney King riots and stars Halle Barry and Daniel Craig. The pair, who made one of the best scores of last year with their work on Wind River, have … More »

Nick Cave Announces US Q&A Tour

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Got a question for Nick Cave? Do you have easy access to New York, Boston, or Northampton? If you meet these qualification, I have some great news for you: The dark, suave, intense Australian rock icon will be holding a series of four public Q&A sessions this spring. More »

Nick Cave Teases Events To Dialogue With Fans

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It’s been two years since Nick Cave released his most recent album, Skeleton Tree, and since then he’s had a hand in a bunch of soundtracks. Cave worked on Mars, War Machine, and Wind River, in addition to touring. He was confronted with conflict over his decision to perform in Israel last year, … More »

Watch Nick Cave, Bono, Sinéad O’Connor, & More Perform At Shane MacGowan’s 60th Birthday Celebration In Dublin

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Shane MacGowan, frontman of the legendary Irish punk band the Pogues, turned 60 years old on Christmas. And tonight, just after we lost one Irish music icon, a bunch of celebrities and musicians gathered to pay tribute to another. Nick Cave, Carl Barat, Johnny Depp, Bobby Gillespie, Jesse Malin, Glen Hansard, Cerys Matthews, Spider … More »

Noteworthy Movie Soundtracks From 2017

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Ideally, a great movie soundtrack should be just as immersive as the film itself, whether as a result of a singular vision or good curation. It should have the ability to mirror a specific feeling or scenario so evocatively that the music can’t help but pull you back to a specific scene. A movie soundtrack … More »

Iggy Pop & Jarvis Cocker – “Red Right Hand” (Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds Cover)

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Later this month, Netflix will come out with the fourth season of Peaky Blinders, the deeply addictive UK TV show about a family of British gangsters in the ’20s. Every season, the show has used a different version of Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds’ clanking, hissing 1994 anthem “Red Right Hand” as its theme … More »

Brian Eno & Roger Waters Respond To Nick Cave’s Press Conference About BDS Movement

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Yesterday, Nick Cave held a press conference about the BDS (Boyott, Divestment, and Sanctions) movement, which aims to put economic pressure on Israel to stop the country’s persecution of its Palestinian citizens. In the press conference, Cave said that he would not participate in any boycott against Israel. He’d claimed that art-rock eminence Brian … More »

Nick Cave Holds Press Conference About Playing Israel To “Take Stand” Against Boycotters

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Nick Cave, the dark poet of rock, on Sunday accused the anti-Israel boycott movement of trying to bully musicians and said he was taking a “principled stand” by performing in the country. More »