Nick Cave & Blixa Bargeld

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Everybody knows the weeping song (if you don’t, you miss allot):

Nick Cave is an artist of such complexity and geniusness that he has the power to remain in your life for ever, after just a few listens. His famous project is Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, formed in 1984. Their music is a mixture of bizarre, sometimes self-consciously eclectic hybrid of blues, gospel, rock, and arty post-punk.

Blixa Bargeld formed in 1980 the group Einstürzende Neubauten, with him as lead vocalist. Starting from 1984 to 2003 he became guitarist and back vocalist for Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. Einstürzende Neubauten were initially seen as part of the second wave of industrial bands, but they become new industrial pioneers. Neubauten has always experimented with sounds, originally in noise music and recently in very diverse styles.

Other clips with Nick Cave and Blixa: Where the Wild Roses Grow, The Carny, how Nick Cave meet Blixa, I Had a Dream, Joe.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds clips: Stagger Lee, Do you love me?, Henry Lee (with P.J. Harvey), Red Right Hand, Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow, Loverman, Jack The Ripper, As I Sat Sadly By Her Side, Into My Arms, The One That I’ve Been Waiting, Bring it on, People Ain’t No Good, Far from me,

Einstürzende Neubauten clips: Die Interimsliebenden, Blume, The Garden, Sand, Nagorny Karabach, Sabrina, Stella Maris (with Meret Becker), Feurio, Silence is Sexy, ZNS, Haus der Lüge.

Links:

http://www.nickcaveandthebadseeds.com/

http://www.myspace.com/nickcaveandthebadseeds

http://www.neubauten.org/

http://www.myspace.com/neubauten

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2 Responses to “Nick Cave & Blixa Bargeld”

  1. The Bug « D I S C O R G Y Says:

    […] was an industrial hip-hop group that collaborated with El-P and Blixa Bargeld, formed by guitarist Justin Broadrick and saxophonist/singer Kevin […]

  2. Dälek « D I S C O R G Y Says:

    […] and atmospheric, equally inspired by industrial music like Einstürzende Neubauten (the band of Blixa Bargeld), the layered noise of My Bloody Valentine and the dense sound collages of Public Enemy. Their […]

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