Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds today announced they will release their 15th studio album next February, a nine-track collection titled ‘Push the Sky Away’ that Cave, on the band’s website, says has a sound and feel that “just seems new, you know, but new in an old school kind of way.”
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This week’s new releases include the final batch of expanded 2CD reissues from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (including ‘Nocturama,’ ‘Abbatoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus’ and ‘Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!!’), plus expanded reissues of the first two solo albums from the Communards’ Jimmy Sommerville (‘Read My Lips,’ ‘Dare to Love’).
Former Violent Femmes bassist Brian Ritchie has assembled an ad-hoc supergroup featuring The Dresden Dolls, former Bad Seeds multi-instrumentalist Mick Harvey and PJ Harvey collaborator John Parish to perform the Femmes’ classic 1983 self-titled debut album at the MONA FOMA Festival in Tasmania on Friday.
A treasure trove of early ’80s concert footage shot at New Order’s legendary club FAC51 The Hacienda soon will make its way online thanks to a deal by Ikon — Factory Records’ video spinoff — to provide its remaining archive of performances to Peter Hook’s site fac51thehacienda.com.
This week’s new releases include Kate Bush’s new ‘Director’s Cut’ and five reissues; four 2CD reissues from Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds; Peter Hook’s ‘1102/2011′ EP of Joy Division covers; The Replacements’ ‘Don’t Tell a Soul’ on vinyl; and a 2CD reissue of the Go-Go’s ‘Beauty and the Beat.’
This week’s new releases include reissues of four late-’90s, early-’00s Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds titles, The Charlatans’ ‘Us and Us Only’ and The Icicle Works’ ‘The Small Price of a Bicycle’; plus new albums by Transvision Vamp’s Wendy James and Men at Work’s Colin Hay.
Although Grinderman’s been on the frontburner of late, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds move on to Round 3 of their extensive reissue campaign this spring, delivering expanded re-releases of 1994’s ‘Let Love In,’ 1996’s ‘Murder Ballads,’ 1997’s ‘The Boatman’s Call’ and 2001’s ‘No More Shall We Part.’