Beach House and Vocalists From Fleet Foxes, The Walkmen, Grizzly Bear and Wye Oak to Perform Gene Clark’s No Other On Short Tour
The 2013 Fun Fun Fun Fest’s first round of lineup leaks hit Vimeo yesterday to the tune of Gesaffelstein’s “Viol,” revealing in 1980s video montage style five bands prepped to grace the stage: The Julie Ruin (Kathleen Hanna and Kathi Wilcox), Bonobo, Judge, The Walkmen, and Ice-T. Read more…
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Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Grizzly Bears Curate ATP I’ll Be Your Mirror 2013 Lineup Including Black Lips, The Walkmen, Mick Harvey, and More
Over the past decade the Walkmen have earned their stripes—releasing six studio albums, touring, and simply growing up. The band released its seventh studio album, Heaven, last month; an album that shows the Walkmen embracing adulthood and subtler sounds, approaching the stereotypical grand themes of life with a little help from producer Phil Ek, and dreamy Fleet Foxes crooner Robin Pecknold. Read more…
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Back in January, the Brooklyn Academy of Music made an announcement about a spring festival that would take place in New York and be curated by Bryce and Aaron Dessner of the National. The lineup for this event, entitled Crossing Brooklyn Ferry, was just announced and features big names such as The Walkmen, Sharon Van Etten, St. Vincent, The Antlers, Beirut, My Brightest Diamond, and Atlas Sound.
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