Written and recorded following the death of Cave’s teenage son, this is no “Tears in Heaven” bullshit.
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard’s 20,000 Days on Earth depicts the creative process of alt rock star Nick Cave by dispensing with verité.
Last Friday at Metropolis, a giant among men restored rock ’n’ roll’s primal power, honesty and soul. And you probably missed it. PLUS this week in live punk, metal, avant garde and rock, readings, DJ nights and more.
Bow down before Beelzebub’s favourite lounge singer, Nick Cave, PLUS a 1990 concert by Bad Seeds spinoff band / industrial pioneers Einstürzende Neubauten captured on a new DVD, AND the week in live punk and metal.
A new EP by sleazy Brooklyn blues-rockers Triple Hex, a track by London goth-dance act Factory Floor and a video by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, directed by the notorious Gaspar Noé.