The Walkmen and Father John Misty at the Ogden Theatre, 01/21/13 (photos, review)
The Walkmen and Father John Misty make passionate music. Together, their music is gutsy, irreverent and sweet. As tourmates, their prodigious sound is a gear-churning blend of Joy Division portent and Morrissey swagger — all gift-wrapped in a tight amalgam.
Best Denver shows this week (01/18/13 – 01/24/13): The Walkmen, Cat Power and more
As concerts start to pick up following the holiday break, we once again bring you our countdown of the best shows of the week. The shows you should be at this week (01/18/13 - 01/24/13) include the Walkmen, Cat Power and more.
Listen to two new Walkmen songs before the Obama Breckenridge show on Tuesday
As previously reported, the Walkmen will play a free show at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge on Tuesday evening in support of the Obama-Biden campaign.
The Walkmen to play free Breckenridge show in support of Obama
The Walkmen will play a free concert in Breckenridge on the eve of the first presidential debate in support of the Obama-Biden campaign, Reverb has learned.
Florence + the Machine at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, 7/25/12 (photos and review)
So many vocalists sing from such a dark place, their voices cracked and wavering over lyrics of lost love and intense heartbreak. Not true for Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine, whose performance at Red Rocks Wednesday night seemed to be distilled from pure joy.
Florence + the Machine, the Walkmen to play two Colorado shows this week
Florence + the Machine found mainstream success with 2011's brilliant "Ceremonials," and the British pop-rockers are in town for two high-profile concerts this week. Florence Welch and company will bring their charging live show to Red Rocks on Wednesday ($49.50-$55.90, Ticketmaster) and the Wells Fargo Theatre on Thursday ($50.75-$77.50, Ticketmaster).
Song of the summer 2012: Santigold, the Walkmen, Nicki Minaj and more contenders
Three out of the four seasons do not require an "anthem." There has never been, nor will there ever be, an official "song of the fall." What would it sound like?
Sasquatch music festival 2012: Bon Iver, Jack White, Beck, Girl Talk, more (photos and review)
Sasquatch 2012 at the Gorge in Washington delighted festival-goers with good times, great music and phenomenal scenery over Memorial Day weekend. Tens of thousands packed into the spacious amphitheater overlooking the picturesque Columbia River for four days of camping, jamming and all night parties.
I Might Be Wrong: The hippest playlist for summer 2012
Have you worn out your iTunes-purchased mp3s of “Call Me Maybe” and “Somebody That I Used to Know”? Do you really still download songs from iTunes?
I Might Be Wrong: Twelve Drool-Worthy 2012 Releases
Oh no: Not another list. When will the madness end? I know I am partially to blame, but one more inventory shouldn’t upset the equilibrium too much.
ACL 2011: Photos and review of Day 3 featuring Arcade Fire, Manu Chao, Empire of the Sun, the Walkmen
AUSTIN -- In reaching the double digit milestone, the 10th annual Austin City Limits Music Festival solidified its staying power with one of its strongest lineups yet and three sold-out days in Austin's Zilker Park this past weekend.
These go to 11: The 11 bands we’re looking forward to most at ACL 2011
As you may or may not have seen these past several months, we've been tireless in our attempt to bring you the best in music festival coverage from coast to coast since early March.
These go to 11: The 11 best concerts of summer ’11
Between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day weekend of this year, I saw approximately 200 bands across 40 venues, 6 festivals, 10 cities and 2 time zones.
Reverb and Fuel/Friends present: The Road to Telluride
It's just after 8 a.m. on Wednesday. Ricardo, some friends and I are about to drive seven hours from Denver to the Telluride Bluegrass Festival in southwestern Colorado.
Feature: Tennis, at break point: On the road with Denver’s next big breakout
Meet Tennis, an indie-rock daydream. The band members are young and adorable. They wear cool clothes that complement their retro pop sound. They are swooned over by bloggers, and their back story is a little too good to be true (but by all accounts, is).
Live review: The Walkmen @ the Fox Theatre
The Walkmen -- that prim and proper five-piece from New York -- doesn’t exude the strife of a yet-to-fully-break indie rock band. They wear semi-matching Oxford shirts and shiny loafers.
This Weekend: Pablo Francisco, Social Distortion, The Walkmen
Pablo Francisco, like the DeLorean in "Back to the Future," seemingly runs on nuclear energy. And like cohort Carlos Mencia, his manic stand-up act bounces from impression to impression, playing the racial humor card through vocal gymnastics and frequent gesticulations.
News: So, I guess we won’t sleep during October, either
While “Rocktober” is usually a baseball term in these here parts, this year it takes on a new spin. The sheer volume of rock concerts in October has Denver unusually abuzz, and Muse -- seen above -- is only the beginning of the madness.
Missed our headphones: The Walkmen
Gallons of new music flow through the holes in our mailboxes each week, and we simply can't catch it all. Here's a track from a notable album that we may have overlooked.
News: Monolith Festival 2009 lineup so far
Monolith Festival, the indie-centric party at Red Rocks on Sept. 12-13, is slowly (and cleverly) announcing its lineup via Twitter and Facebook in order to remain on everyone's radar for a bit longer.