Ollie Judge and Louis Borlase talk to Liam Cattermole about Nicholas Cage, being blinded by lasers and their wonderfully anarchic debut album Bright Green Field.
Kareina Khubchand Daswani discusses Nick Cave’s new live album ‘Idiot Prayer’ – recorded completely alone at Alexandra Palace on a lonesome grand piano.
Ghosteen is an enchantingly ethereal and hauntingly poignant double album from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – and their most personal record yet. The album is the experimental rock group’s seventeenth record, and the […]
On 8th September, Nick Cave released a film, One More Time With Feeling, to go alongside his new album Skeleton Tree. Daoud Al-Janabi gives us his take on Cave’s latest venture. As much as it’s about recording […]
Photo: nickcave.com There’s nobody quite like Nick Cave. Since the age of fourteen in The Birthday Party, the Australian has had a genuine presence in the music world. Over this long and varied career, Cave […]
The multimedia festival Recon Festival is back on 18th – 29th after a successful debut last year. This year Recon have booked some genuine legends from the international avant-garde music scene. On 26th the Teho […]
Well it was about time. Nearly five years have elapsed since Cave’s last full-band outing, 2008’s superb Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!, and with a title as grand-sounding as Push The Sky Away fans might expect a gloriously noisy return […]