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Nick Cave on making peace with the artists that have “disappointed” him - www.nme.com
nme.com
16.04.2024 / 18:25

Nick Cave on making peace with the artists that have “disappointed” him

Nick Cave has recalled making peace with the artists that have “disappointed” him, explaining that he is willing to look beyond their personal decisions if the art they make is “authentic”.The Bad Seeds frontman discussed the topic in a new update on his blog, The Red Hand Files, after a fan got in touch with him to question him about his “religious turn” and asked if he ever feels like he is “letting down [his] queer and female fans”.Responding, Cave went on to share his own experience of being disappointed by artists he once admired and explained how he was able to look beyond their personal choices and enjoy their artwork for what it is.“When I think of the artists that I truly admire, those that I have stuck with over the years, at some point in their lengthy careers they have all disappointed me,” he began.“Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Nina Simone, Kanye, Van Morrison, Morrissey, Brian Eno, Leonard Cohen, Patti Smith – these are artists that, for me, form a kind of confederacy of excellence, but at one time or another they have each alienated, confounded or displeased me. They have often not travelled in the direction I would have hoped or wished for, instead following their own confounding paths (damn them!) to their own truths.“In the course of this I have sometimes been discomforted by things they have done, disagreed with things they have said, or not liked a particular record they have made.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds add extra dates to 2024 UK and European ‘Wild God’ tour - www.nme.com - Britain - London - Ireland - Germany - Dublin - Berlin - city Amsterdam - city Copenhagen - city Murder
nme.com
15.04.2024 / 14:59

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds add extra dates to 2024 UK and European ‘Wild God’ tour

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have added extra dates to their 2024 UK and European tour due to demand.Last month the band announced their ‘Wild God’ tour which is set to kick off in Germany this September, continuing through October before a UK leg in November.Now Cave and co. have announced additional dates in London (November 9), Dublin (November 13), Amsterdam (September 27), Berlin (September 30) and Copenhagen (October 6).Tickets for the new shows will go on sale Friday (April 19) at 10am local time from here (UK and Ireland) and here (Europe).Current mailing list subscribers will also be automatically included in the artist pre-sale for new shows – with links and passwords set to be emailed before the sale goes live – starting on Wednesday (April 17) at 10am local time.Due to demand, new dates have been added to THE WILD GOD TOUR in London, Dublin, Berlin and Copenhagen.

'Not out of it' - Man City sent a title reminder they won't forget amid Arsenal and Liverpool battle - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester - city Luton - city After
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
15.04.2024 / 13:11

'Not out of it' - Man City sent a title reminder they won't forget amid Arsenal and Liverpool battle

Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville does not believe Arsenal are out of the conversation to win the Premier League title just yet, despite losing ground on Manchester City over the weekend.

BBC Strictly Come Dancing's Fleur East supported for move three weeks after baby's birth amid 'big moment' - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
15.04.2024 / 10:31

BBC Strictly Come Dancing's Fleur East supported for move three weeks after baby's birth amid 'big moment'

Fleur East opened up to fans about her 'big moment' since welcoming her first child into the world which soon led to her making another move to support from her famous pals and fans.

NHS can't find consultant to lead controversial gender clinic after 5 month search - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Scotland - Centre
dailyrecord.co.uk
14.04.2024 / 03:49

NHS can't find consultant to lead controversial gender clinic after 5 month search

NHS Scotland has failed to find a doctor to lead its controversial child gender services clinic despite a five month search.

‘Bachelor’ alum Nick Viall says show is ‘controlled environment’: ‘Feeling in love’ doesn’t always mean you are - nypost.com
nypost.com
12.04.2024 / 17:13

‘Bachelor’ alum Nick Viall says show is ‘controlled environment’: ‘Feeling in love’ doesn’t always mean you are

“The Millionaire Matchmaker” Patti Stanger on “The Matchmaker,” which premiered on the CW this week. Despite his many years publicly searching for love, Viall credits most of his dating expertise to his time before joining the realm of reality TV.

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis share ‘Song For Amy’ from new Amy Winehouse film ‘Back To Black’ - www.nme.com - Britain - Washington
nme.com
12.04.2024 / 12:35

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis share ‘Song For Amy’ from new Amy Winehouse film ‘Back To Black’

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis have shared ‘Song For Amy’, a song they wrote for the new Amy Winehouse biopic ‘Song For Amy’ – listen below.The delicate, orchestrated track features over the opening credits of the film, which is out in UK cinemas now. Elegant strings underscore Cave’s deeply felt vocals as he sings, “You say that it’s time for us to call it a day / But I will love you anyway”.Listen to ‘Song For Amy’ below:Director Sam Taylor-Johnson’s Back to Black tells the Winehouse story in a feature film for the first time.

‘Smurfs’ Animated Cast Unveiled: Nick Offerman, Natasha Lyonne, Daniel Levy, Billie Lourd & More – CinemaCon - deadline.com
deadline.com
11.04.2024 / 18:17

‘Smurfs’ Animated Cast Unveiled: Nick Offerman, Natasha Lyonne, Daniel Levy, Billie Lourd & More – CinemaCon

Paramount‘s new animated Smurfs movie announced its cast at CinemaCon today. Joining Rihanna are Nick Offerman, Natasha Lyonne, JP Karliak, Daniel Levy, Amy Sedaris, Nick Kroll, James Corden,Octavia Spencer, Hannah Waddingham, Sandra Oh, Alex Winter, Billie Lourd, Xolo Maridueña with Kurt Russell and John Goodman.

Nick Cave announces 2024 European solo tour - www.nme.com - Iceland - Greece - Finland - Serbia - city Helsinki, Finland - city Belgrade - Athens, Greece
nme.com
08.04.2024 / 10:47

Nick Cave announces 2024 European solo tour

Nick Cave has announced a European solo live tour for this summer – you can find all the details below.The Bad Seeds frontman is due to hit the road in June for a run of headline dates, where he’ll be “performing songs from his extensive catalogue”. Cave will be accompanied on stage by Radiohead bassist Colin Greenwood.He’ll begin the forthcoming stint with three shows at the Onassis Stegi venue in Athens, Greece on June 1, 2 and 3 before an appearance at the Belgrade River Fest in Serbia on June 18.Two further performances are scheduled for Musiikkitalo in Helsinki, Finland (June 25) and the Harpa concert hall in Reykjavík, Iceland (July 1).Tickets go on sale at 10am local time this Friday (April 12) – you’ll be able to buy yours here.

Coronation Street confirms character's return after two years away amid Lauren murder probe - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
07.04.2024 / 10:09

Coronation Street confirms character's return after two years away amid Lauren murder probe

Coronation Street has revealed that Nicky Wheatley will be retuning to the cobbles to try and help Daniel Osbourne amid Lauren Bolton's murder probe.

Amanda Abbington takes cryptic swipe at Giovanni Pernice after BBC backs him amid ‘crunch talks’ - www.ok.co.uk - Italy
ok.co.uk
07.04.2024 / 00:23

Amanda Abbington takes cryptic swipe at Giovanni Pernice after BBC backs him amid ‘crunch talks’

Amanda Abbington, who took part in BBC's Strictly Come Dancing with partner Giovanni Pernice, has broken her silence following controversy over the professional dancer's behaviour.The 52 year old Sherlock actress, who withdrew from the series for 'medical reasons', recently spoke out on social media with a hard-hitting statement. After sharing the dance floor with the Italian pro in the latest series, Abbington's journey came to an abrupt halt when she exited the show.

Diddy Posts Seemingly Defiant Video Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations: ‘Bad Boy for Life’ - variety.com - Los Angeles - city Dennis
variety.com
06.04.2024 / 17:27

Diddy Posts Seemingly Defiant Video Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations: ‘Bad Boy for Life’

Jem Aswad Executive Editor, Music As accusations of sexual misconduct continue to be leveled against Sean “Diddy” Combs — and now his son — the embattled artist and entrepreneur posted a seemingly defiant video and caption on Instagram Friday. He posted the full-length video from his 1998 song “Victory” — in which he is seen running from Los Angeles police for nearly its entire seven minutes — along with the caption “Bad Boy for life,” a frequent catchphrase referencing his long-running record label and a fist emoji. The comments were left open, and Christian Combs, who is reportedly being sued by a woman for sexual assault in 2022 — wrote “Who you know do it better!!” with three fire emojis.

Watch Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds get “gnarly” recording ‘Wild God’ in new album trailer - www.nme.com - Britain - Ireland - county Arthur - Indiana
nme.com
04.04.2024 / 14:07

Watch Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds get “gnarly” recording ‘Wild God’ in new album trailer

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have shared a new trailer showing the band recording their upcoming album ‘Wild God’ – watch below.The Nick Cave-fronted group are due to release their “deeply and joyously infectious” 18th full-length record on August 30 (pre-order/pre-save here). Co-produced by Cave and Warren Ellis, the 10-song LP has already been previewed by its title track.Arriving yesterday (April 3), a new two-minute-15-second trailer follows the Bad Seeds as they cut the album in the studio.

‘Civil War’ Premiere: Nick Offerman On If Donald Trump Inspired His POTUS Take & If He Would Run For Office With Megan Mullally - deadline.com - Los Angeles
deadline.com
03.04.2024 / 08:05

‘Civil War’ Premiere: Nick Offerman On If Donald Trump Inspired His POTUS Take & If He Would Run For Office With Megan Mullally

Nick Offerman plays the POTUS in the dystopian action film Civil War, but although some liken his character to Donald Trump, the actor didn’t think about him during filming.

Nick Cave says woke culture has a “lack of mercy, a lack of forgiveness” - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
29.03.2024 / 11:47

Nick Cave says woke culture has a “lack of mercy, a lack of forgiveness”

Nick Cave has criticised woke culture for its “lack of mercy” and “a lack of forgiveness”.In a new interview with The Guardian, the artist discussed the public’s misunderstanding of his politics after he called himself “temperamentally conversative” in his memoir Faith, Hope and Carnage.Cave went on to deny he was a Tory, saying he had never voted for the party – however, he identified with the phrase at large. “Conservatism is a difficult word to talk about in Britain, because people immediately think of the Tories,” he began.

Nick Cave says new Bad Seeds album isn’t “set through a lens of loss” - www.nme.com - city Melbourne - city Brighton
nme.com
28.03.2024 / 13:07

Nick Cave says new Bad Seeds album isn’t “set through a lens of loss”

Nick Cave has shared insight into his upcoming album ‘Wild God’, and explained that the LP isn’t “set through a lens of loss”.The singer-songwriter announced details of the new Bad Seeds record at the start of the month, sharing the artwork, tracklisting and its moving title track with fans.Set for release on August 30 (pre-order here), Cave described the album as “deeply and joyously infectious”, and said it will see him move between themes of convention and experimentation more than in previous work.It is co-produced by Warren Ellis and mixed by David Fridmann, and the frontman also teased fans on his blog (The Red Hand Files), saying that the album is “full of secrets”.Now, in a new interview, Cave has shed more light on what to expect from ‘Wild God’ – explaining that while the death of his two sons will always impact his writing, the album itself isn’t “set through a lens of loss”.“Even when I’m trying to use art to escape certain feelings and sorrows I have, everything just seems to fall into the slipstream of the loss,” he told The Guardian. “These losses are just incorporated into the artistic flow and they move in a direction that is beyond your capacity to rein in.

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