Corin Johnson, the sculptor who designed the piece for Cave's hometown of Warracknabeal, describes it as "Louis 14th meets spiritual outlaw."
The contemporary artist created a safe space for performers, artists, and everyday New Yorkers to let go of everything out on the dance floor.
He said he is making a "principled stand against anyone who tries to censor and silence musicians" in a press conference on Sunday.
Listen to the sisters cover "Color of a Cloudy Day," originally written by Amanda Shires and Jason Isbell.
Paul Kobriger revived his love for illustration after decades of not drawing.
The 'Skeleton Tree' cut was translated into an eerie Lynchian ballad for the 'Late Show' performance.
The goth legend kicked off his tour in Brooklyn over Memorial Day weekend with a near three-hour performance that made us believe in the importance of God, Love, Satan, and everything in between.
"I've gotta say, when we were in the studio trying to work on 'Skeleton Tree,' I had no idea what was going on," the legendary artist told Noisey.