New Nick Cave Spotify App
Nick Cave has launched a groundbreaking Spotify artist app, navigating his four decade career
With 20 albums and numerous soundtracks to his name and a career spanning four decades, Nick Cave is a true artist and a prolific songwriter. In the brand new Nick Cave artist app, Nick himself has painstakingly categorised each and every one of his songs personally. The app draws from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Grinderman, The Birthday Party catalogues and more, and also encompasses his soundtrack works. Rather than browsing by standard methods, the app allows a Spotify listener to explore the songs through their dominating moods as defined by Nick: Sex, Comic, Heart Break, Blasphemy, Confessional, Murder and Mayhem, Classic, Love, Spiritual and Super Dark. If your just discovering Nick Cave for the first time you have a guided tour of Nick’s musical career, whilst avid fans can get a brand new insight into the music.
“AT LAST AN APP TO MAKES SENSE OF THE STYLISTIC MAYHEM OF MY BACK CATALOGUE. MY SENSATIONAL ALL-NEW “MOOD” APP. ORIGINAL AND WITHOUT PRECEDENT – AN APP TO HELP THE UNINITIATED NAVIGATE MY VAST AND TERRIFYING CATALOGUE” Nick Cave
The app also features a selection of playlists hand-picked by artists or famous fans that have worked with, or been inspired by the music of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Grinderman, The Birthday Party and more. These playlists show what Nick Cave means to them as an artist, and there is also a place for fans to contribute their own personal ‘Nick Cave Inspired’ playlist. Artists and famous fan playlists include Lou Reed, Dave Gahan, Martin Gore, Devendra Banhardt, Flea, Shane MacGowan, Jarvis Cocker, Keaton Henson, Cate Blanchett, Mary Anne Hobbs and more, including many more playlists to be added in the coming months.
Leading with Push The Sky Away, the app takes you right back to the early albums of The Birthday Party, with the discography section presenting an exhaustive collection of the albums and soundtracks Nick Cave has produced throughout his career across many collaborators.