Showing All "Mumford And Sons" Posts

Tom is in Sweden, so I'm here to deliver you the best videos of the week. If I had the gall to actually take over this column and implement the non-music video content he's been threatening to list…   Read Story »
British banjo-folk pastiche-kings Mumford & Sons are more famous than a motherfucker, so they don't have to care whether you like them or not. (I do like them, though.) And yet, they've pulled at…   Read Story »
The Very Best's Radioclit and Esau Mwamwaya have always had a very special way with approaching other folks' material: recall their spangly redo of take on M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes," and their…   Read Story »
Here's something I don't thing anyone much expected to see: Mumford & Sons, once again performing after bassist Ted Dwane's emergency surgery forced them to cancel their Bonnaroo headlining set,…   Read Story »
Along with Paul McCartney and Tom Petty, the hugely popular but controversial vest-folk revivalists Mumford & Sons were scheduled to headline this weekend's Bonnaroo Festival. But now, that won't…   Read Story »
When the Sasquatch Festival came to Washington State last month, nu-grass superstars Mumford & Sons -- who, fuck you guys, are OK -- were headliners, and Elvis Costello was also on the bill. And the…   Read Story »
If Friday and Saturday felt a little lite in the hip-hop department, Sunday was like an all you can eat buffet. I indulged quite a bit, but before the hip-hop marathon started, Sunday may have had…   Read Story »
A few months ago, I wrote about the increasing influence of Mumford & Sons and how that band's brand of bleeding-heart folk-rock represents the convergence of certain indie trends (howling Avett…   Read Story »
Unlike Coachella, who had us waiting in suspense for weeks -- analyzing the economics of the festival industry and trying to divine insight from fake posters -- before dropping their 2013 lineup at…   Read Story »
Ten or twelve years ago, Creed frontman Scott Stapp was on TV, talking about Zeppelin. I don't remember exactly what he said, but it was something along these lines: Zeppelin were, in their time, the…   Read Story »