Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds are an Australian alternative rock band that was formed in London, United Kingdom in 1983 by frontman Nick Cave, multi-instrumentalist Mick Harvey and guitarist Blixa Bargeld. The band has featured international personnel throughout its career and presently consists of Cave, violinist and multi-instrumentalist Warren Ellis, bassist Martyn P. Casey, keyboardist Conway Savage, and percussionists Thomas Wydler (Switzerland) and Jim Sclavunos (United States). The band has released fifteen studio albums and completed numerous international tours.
They allready shared two songs from their upcoming album, Push The Sky Away, by realeasing the videos for the songs: We No Who U R and Jubilee Street. The album is going to be out on 18th February this year. And they also added some locations for their American tour, and posted a list with the European tour dates, [...]
The video for the song Jubilee Street is actually the second released by the band from the upcoming album Push The Sky Away, which is set to be release this month on 18th for Europe and 19th for USA. The fans can also pre-order the upcoming album from their official website. The video is directed by John Hillcoat, [...]
This new video for the song We No Who U , is the first track from their upcoming album, Push The Sky Away, which is going to be release in February this year (18th for Europe, and 19th for USA). The video was directed by Gaspar Noé, and it’s quite simple, if you ask me, but [...]
Fresh after releasing a most impressive new album with his Grinderman project and whilst still in full tour, Nick Cave seems relentless and inexhaustible after recently stating that he’ll be releasing a new album with the Bad Seeds next year, the band’s fifteenth and the first after the 2008 “Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!“, #3 on our [...]
This post is part of our “Top Albums of The Decade” series. Follow the series to read about the best music to grace our ears in the 2000s. Portishead – Third (Island Records) Muscular synthesizers, drum breaks and abrupt endings keeping the tension high. In a few words this is how Portishead’s third studio release, [...]
Mick Harvey, a Nick Cave long time collaborator (former Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds/Birthday Party member), and of apparent no relation to the headliner of this particular blog post, recently stated at the end of last month on his myspace that “there will be extensive touring commitments with my dear friend Polly (PJ) after [...]