Knowing the capabilities of the two brains behind the project, 'And That' comes as something of a disappointment.
Festivalgoers braved the elements on Sunday for this year’s episode of Parklife.
Parklife again proved an eclectic mix of acts, kicking off the tour in Melbourne with fine performances from Lykke Li, The Streets and one scarily loud comeback set from Death From Above.
All the people (so many people) on the 2011 Parklife lineup.
'Computers and Blues' simultaneously leaves us thoroughly satisfied, but wondering what might have been.
Arguably, Mike Skinner has seen his day. His performance at Billboard on Wednesday night was intimate and musically satisfactory, but it begged the question as to whether or not *The Streets* now exists solely in the shadow of its former glory
Mike Skinner seems to power through everything and anything these days.
"The microphone always comes back". You've got to hand it to Mike Skinner; he gets a 10 for entertainment value.
Mike Skinner is giving out peaceful, positive vibes on album number four, and now it's Australia's turn to feel them.
In February, Mike Skinner and his knockabout crew return to our shores for another round of rollicking shows.
The wait is almost over - at 5pm today, the wraps will be taken off the Playground Weekender 2009 line-up.
With a bit of crafty sleuthing, FL can now reveal that rowdy raconteur The Streets is the first headliner locked in for Playground Weekender.