The trouble with studio albums is they don’t always capture the essence of a band in the flesh. In the case of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds it’s a point that’s amplified by their blistering outings in support of album number 15, Push the Sky Away. For a band whose integral parts have each passed a half century in years, there are few more beseeching, emotionally raw and darn right beautiful acts currently plying their trade. (via Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds: Live From KCRW (Bad Seeds Ltd.) Review | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

The trouble with studio albums is they don’t always capture the essence of a band in the flesh. In the case of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds it’s a point that’s amplified by their blistering outings in support of album number 15, Push the Sky Away. For a band whose integral parts have each passed a half century in years, there are few more beseeching, emotionally raw and darn right beautiful acts currently plying their trade. (via Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds: Live From KCRW (Bad Seeds Ltd.) Review | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

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