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

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, Johnny Depp, Sinéad O'Connor, Bobby Gillespie, Glen Hansard, Cerys Matthews, Spider Stacy, Terry Woods,…

Glen Hansard expands tour, playing Rough Trade (& Shane MacGowan's 60th birthday)

Shane MacGowan's birthday celebration also features Nick Cave, Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream, Johnny Depp, Cerys Matthews (Catatonia), Carl Barat of The Libertines, Glen Matlock, Clem Burke, members of The Pogues and more. Continue reading…

C&L's Late Nite Music Club With Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Talk about a cardio workout. I had to dig myself out of a major snowstorm this morning to get to work. NOTHING was going on at work at all today. Then once back home, I shoveled more snow. What are you listening to tonight?

Kevin Morby - Come To Me Now

Sounds like: Nick Cave, Kurt Vile, The War on Drugs Song: Kevin Morby - Come To Me Now What's so good? The Christmas marketing machine is in its final desperate throes and most people are clenching their teeth in preparation for the inevitable, awkward political conversations that come with rarely seen relatives. Show More Summary

Iggy Pop & Jarvis Cocker cover Nick Cave's "Red Right Hand" (listen)

It's for the fourth season of BBC/Netflix period crime drama Peaky Blinders. Continue reading…

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

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…

Watch: Escape-ism - “Walking in the Dark”

Redefining the rebel creep as if it ever needed to be redefined is our man Ian Svenonius, morphing ever more into Nick Cave (although poor Nick probably wishes he had Ian’s hairline these days). But Ian’s still Ian, and Ian is also now Escape-ism, his new slinky post-punk project that needs absolutely no introduction. Show More Summary

Josh McGovern - Love Left Lost

Sounds like: Nick Cave, Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen Song: Josh McGovern - Love Left Lost What's so good? Brooding Brighton singer songwriter Josh McGovern returns with haunting sophomore single "Love Left Lost." Possessing a voice veryShow More Summary

Outlander: What's in Abandawe Cave?

[Warning: The following contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of Outlander, "Uncharted." Read at your own risk!] Claire's (Caitriona Balfe) brief stay on the island of Hispaniola with Father Fogden (Nick Fletcher) on this week's Outlander brought up a lot of things, but one of them was especially... Read More > Other Links From Outlander Caitriona Balfe

A music lesson from Palestine, for Nick Cave

By playing Tel Aviv, Nick Cave silenced Palestinians, explains flutist and composer Nai Barghouti, who offers the Australian musician a description of how Israeli forces at an occupation checkpoint stopped Barghouti at 13 when Barghouti was trying to go to an important music lesson in Jerusalem.

At the Buttoned-Up Café...

... you don't have to relax.Talk about whatever you want in the comments, and please consider supporting this blog by shopping through The Althouse Amazon Portal. The sculpture is "Soundsuit" by Nick Cave. Here's a longer view:

Brian Eno and Roger Waters scorn Nick Cave's 'principled stand' to play in Israel

Australian labelled ‘naive’ and ‘arrogant’ after he accused pro-boycott campaigners of trying to bully and censor musicians High-profile artists including Brian Eno, Roger Waters and Ken Loach have hit back at Nick Cave after the musician defended his tour of Israel as a “principled stand” against people trying to “bully” and “censor” musicians. Show More Summary

Roger Waters & Brian Eno respond to Nick Cave's Israel show press conference

"Nick thinks this is about censorship of his music? What? Nick, with all due respect, your music is irrelevant to this issue, so is mine, so is Brian Eno’s so is Beethoven’s, this isn’t about music, it’s about human rights." - Roger Waters. Continue reading…

Brian Eno, Roger Waters Respond to Nick Cave’s Israel Press Conference

“This isn’t about music, it’s about human rights”—Roger Waters

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

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

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 Eno…

Palestinian activists angry at Nick Cave over Israel show

Supporters of an international boycott movement against Israel have lashed out at rock star Nick Cave after he played in the Jewish state and accused the pro-Palestinian activists of trying … Click to Continue »

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