Madonna, Morrissey, Blondie, and “Weird Al” all hit the road on tour this summer.
Each night offers what he calls an “exercise in connectivity.”
The Bad Seeds duo is teaming up with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra to perform selections from their various film scores.
The list sports tracks from the Bee Gees, Nina Simone, Elvis Presley, and more.
The frontman calls each show an “exercise in connectivity.”
“It is a strength that will inspire you to do wondrous things.”
Cave is “very, very excited” about the band’s forthcoming seventeenth studio LP.
“What we actually have here is a fundamental difference of opinion as to what the purpose of music is,” Cave writes.
From A Tribe Called Quest to X, the range of talent being shut out is astonishing.
Cave’s wife, Susie Bick, revealed the news on her blog.
From the iconic British singer-songwriter’s forthcoming 21st studio album, Negative Capability.
The longtime Bad Seeds member was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2017 and died Sunday evening.