Nick Cave

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Oi! Det danske 80'er-punkblad Partisan viser, hvor svag ungdommen er i dag

Magasinet interviewede Black Flag, gav gode råd til at kæmpe mod politiet og fandt sig i det hele taget ikke i en skid.
Clara Krohn
5.8.18
Noisey nyt

Primavera Sounds 2018-lineup bringer skam over resten af Europas festivaler

Migos, Arctic Monkeys, Björk, Lorde, Tyler, the Creator? Let's gooo.
Lauren O'Neill
1.31.18
Noisey Guide Til

Den ultimative guide til at blive vild med Nick Cave​

Fra Birthday Party til The Bad Seeds. Den legendariske kunstners karriere spænder over mere end fire årtier. Sådan her bliver du Nick Cave-fan.​
Zachary Lipez
10.20.17
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Billeder fra den københavnske punkscene

Vi bad den danske musikveteran Ole Dreyer Wogensen om at dele sine billeder og krigshistorier, fra dengang punken var stor i København.
Andreas Digens
10.3.17
Behind The Lens

The Nick Cave Film 'One More with Feeling' Is a Gut-Wrenching Document of Grief

Last summer Nick Cave's teenage son died. He poured his pain into song and then realized he'd be caught in a cycle of having to talk endlessly about the tragedy to the press. He made this film instead.
Justin Joffe
9.14.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Prepare Your Soul: Here's the Very Grim Trailer for Nick Cave's New Album and Film

It features lots of seriousness and strings, of course.
Phil Witmer
8.2.16
indie

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Will Release a New Album and Film in September

The band’s 16th studio record, ‘Skeleton Tree,' comes out September 9, and will be accompanied by a movie screening the night before release.
Noisey Staff
6.2.16
The Noisey Guide to

A Rookie's Guide to Nick Cave, Our True Prince of Darkness

You want violence, chaos, and the gut-wrenching beauty of the sublime? You got it.
3.3.15
we saw this

Humans of Nick Cave: A Very Bad Seeds Ethnography

"I thought he was this amazing mash-up of Elvis Presley, Jim Morrison, and Satan."
Zach Schonfeld
7.28.14
Features

I Went To a Festival on The Baltic Coast

This weekend, while Britain remembered what it felt like to go outside with just a t-shirt on, I was in Poland, at a music festival with Blur, Arctic Monkeys and Kendrick Lamar.
Ryan Bassil
7.10.13