Father's Day advice from The Walkmen: "Get yourself a keg of beer and a bunch of families with children and have yourself a party."
Comments this week by a renowned US critic that New York’s music scene hasn’t “exactly been on fire” of late, certainly raised a few eyebrows here at _FL_ HQ.
The Walkmen on their latest album 'Heaven', staying in the same band for eleven years and about maintaing a love for rock and roll.
A mutli-faceted group that delivers on all promises, the venerable Walkmen present to you their interpretation of Heaven on Earth; proof that all is good in the world.
Harvest turned out one of the best curated Australian festivals of 2011, immaculate in its execution and in turn having drawn the kind of punter you don’t want to smack in the mouth to the final leg of the tour in Brisbane.
From miserable Brits to bearded messiahs, the inaugural Harvest was truly the cream of the crop.
Adelaide's three-day run of Harvest sideshows began at the Thebarton Theatre with two brilliant performances from The National and The Walkmen.
A 'Civilised Gathering'; Beth Gibbons, Wayne Coyne, Werribee Mansion. What could go wrong?
Following the second round of Harvest festival lineup announcements, The National have announced that they'll be playing a pair of sideshows.
Ladies and gentlemen... the Harvest Festival lineup featuring The Flaming Lips and Portishead, The National, Bright Eyes and heaps more goodness.
The Laneway Festival arrives in Brisbane for the first time with indie-rock legends Yo La Tengo at the helm.
Two critically acclaimed bands hailing from New York and London respectively visited WA for a huge double bill at this year's Perth International Arts Festival.
The second round of artists have been announced for St Jerome's Laneway Festival and if you weren't excited already you will be with the line-up offering an eclectic blend of local and international artists