Most people wait for the muse to turn up. That’s terribly unreliable. I have to sit down and pursue the muse by attempting to work. — Nick Cave (via howaboutwriting)

When there’s a Lux Noctis Party

whenyouregothinbucharest:

Getting ready for the party:

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At the party:

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yourgifman:

nick cave having a cute “can’t remember anything at all” kinda moment at the very beginning of little janey’s gone (2001 or something)

indigoeyes278:

Nick and Blixa singing Ship Song and the Weeping Song at Einstürzende Neubauten 10th Anniversary show at Huxley’s Neue Welt, Berlin, April 1st 1990.

I wish we had footage!

 

(via blixa-blutsauger)

ennaih:

“The first time I saw Susie was at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. And when she came walking in, all the things that I have obsessed over for all the years, pictures of movie stars, Jenny Agutter in the billabong, Anita Ekberg in the fountain … Miss World competitions, Marilyn Monroe and Jennifer Jones and Bo Derek … Bolshoi ballerinas and Russian gymnasts … the young girls at the Wangaratta pool lying on the hot concrete, all the stuff I had heard and seen and read … all the continuing never-ending drip-feed of erotic data … came together at that moment, in one great big crash bang, and I was lost to her. And that was that.”

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(via blixa-blutsauger)

besound:

Last one. Promise. #nickcave

besound:

Last one. Promise. #nickcave

laika1954:

dumb fluffy baby raven

Nothing happened in my childhood — no trauma or anything. I just had a genetic disposition toward things that were horrible. Nick Cave in the NY Times (via derasso)

(via derasso)

Photo by Polly Borland

Photo by Polly Borland