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Second Grinderman Album Completed
Written by Andrea   
Monday, 12 October 2009
  ImageThe Quietus reported on September 9th, 2009, that Grinderman's second album has been completed and will be released sometime next year. Warren Ellis spoke to The Quietus, explaining, "It's very different from Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! and it’s very different from the first Grinderman album. That was something we were very aware of, we didn’t want it to be like that at all. There’s an attitude in there that’s similar, but sonically it’s got some pretty weird things going on. It’s probably more fleshed out than the first one, we’ve probably learned to play the instruments a bit more. I play lots of stuff on there, there's violin on it, which I didn’t get in the other one, and a lot of backing vocals.

"It’s kind of like stoner rock meets Sly Stone via Amon Duul. It’s very diverse, and there’s a lot of  stuff on there that doesn’t sound like anything we’ve done before. Nick’s got a different thing going on with the lyrics than he would have from the Bad Seeds, and he’s found a new thing from the first album. Less sex? I wouldn’t say that. It’s psychedelic, and I think it’s great. We’re really excited about it."

An album of soundtrack compositions created by Warren Ellis and Nick Cave,  White Lunar, was released on September 21, 2009.

http://thequietus.com/articles/02699-warren-ellis-talks-psychedelic-new-grinderman-album
 
Live Stories - absoluteradio.co.uk
Written by Natasa   
Wednesday, 29 July 2009

live_storiesTell us about a live event you loved for your chance to relive it!

Your gig and festival experiences could win you tickets to a fantastic live event, and the winning forum gets to pick the line-up for a virtual festival to be broadcast on Absolute Radio, using our extensive archive of live recordings!

We’re asking you and your forum to discuss your live experiences and submit the best stories. It could be anything connected to live music; the time you watched a David Bowie gig from backstage, or got lost at Glastonbury and discovered Tibetan throat singing for example.

[details at Absolute Radio ]

 
Collectors' Editions of And the Ass Saw the Angel
Written by Administrator   
Saturday, 25 July 2009
ImageIt's the twentieth anniversary of the first publication of the novel, and Black Spring Press, the original publishers, have produced limited-run collectors' editions of the book. These are large format, printed on high-quality paper, with their own slipcase, and beautifully and spaciously esigned by acclaimed typographer Phil Baines. There are two versions, the special edition, cloth-bound and hand-numbered, and a luxury edition, hand produced in goatskin, signed by the author, with a limited edition
frontispiece, and also hand numbered.

It is available direct from Black Spring: further details are at

www.blackspringpress.co.uk/books/assangel.html
 
Win tickets to see Nick Cave reading from his new novel
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Saturday, 18 July 2009

ImageThe first event for The Death of Bunny Munro is now confirmed.

Nick Cave will read from his forthcoming novel as part of the Meet the Author strand at this year's iTunes Festival in the FREEDM Studio at the Roundhouse in Camden on 24th July 2009. The reading will be followed by Nick in conversation with Sean O'Hagan and then by a Q&A. This event is invitation-only but we have a pair of tickets to give away on Nick Cave Online.

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New photos - Petoefi Hall, Budapest (26/05/2008)
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Saturday, 11 July 2009
ImageNew photos added in the gallery, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds concert at Petoefi Hall, Budapest (26/05/2008) by Tamas Talaber. You can see them here

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