Grinderman are pleased to announce the release of Grinderman 2 RMX – a collection of remixes, reinterpretations & collaborations based on the songs contained in the band’s 2010 critically celebrated album Grinderman 2. Out on 9 March 2012, Grinderman 2 RMX marks the first time all these tracks have been collected together. The album will [...]
This time around it’s all about the much celebrated and revered cannon of Nick Cave. Rising to prominence with The Birthday Party, and since having monumental success with both Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, and more recently with Grinderman, Nick Cave seems to be as creatively charged as he’s ever been. And what better way to celebrate this unfinished career than put together some of Australia’s finest up-and-coming talent?
Ahoy, avid readers of Watch Out For. Yes, it’s that time of the month again when the lovely people over at Triple J release their equally as lovely Triple J Magazine. And as always, it is simply bursting with musical goodness! In this November issue, Triple J delve deep into the heart of Florence and [...]
In just a few weeks Straight To You: triple j’s tribute to Nick Cave heads out on the road with some of Australia’s leading vocalists in tow.
In 1981 the young Sydney new wave band Flowers’ debut album, Icehouse, became the highest selling debut album in Australia, because of songs like Can’t Help Myself, We Can Get Together, Sister, Walls and title track Icehouse. If that album came out this year or last, the same thing would happen.
Grinderman were the the first band confirmed for the 21st Meredith Music Festival. As one of Australia’s most prolific and enduring artists, Nick Cave and his cohorts form a group that elude simple definition.
At The Meredith Music Festival’s 21st birthday this year, festival go-ers will be treated to a Total Lunar Eclipse.
The second of our Film Clip of the Week section for this week is the wonderfully talented Anna Calvi, who’s self-titled debut album has won multiple wheelbarrows full of critical acclaim. She’s even won the attention of Nick Cave – what else do I have to say?
As we edge closer and closer to the end of 2010 (or the beginning of 2011 – I suppose it comes down to personal preference really), it’s that time when we like to chart our favourite albums of the year.
Veteran rocker Nick Cave has been voted the musician Australians would most like to see installed as prime minister.
Grinderman release their second studio album, the unequivocally titled Grinderman 2 on September 13th.
Some bands come along that are family-friendly; you can buy their CDs as presents for your mother, play their music in shopping centres, or as background music at all-ages family get-togethers. The Good Ship are NOT that band.