Tag Archives: Mumford and Sons

List Week: Part 1, My 15 Least Favourite and Most Disappointing Records of 2012

And so we come to that point in the year, list week is upon us. The musical calandar goes from December until December, and thus it is in the first week of December that most music journalists compile their year and decide upon what was fantastic and what was awful. This year, I’ve decided to […]

Mumford and Sons-Babel

I think I was the only person who was a little underwhelmed when Mumford and Sons released their acclaimed debut Sigh No More. Yeah, okay, it was very pretty, and chock full of harmonies that would make Fleet Foxes cry. There were wonderful moments like “The Cave” and of course the track that made its […]

What We Have to Look Forward to This Year…

2012 has already been a massive year for records. From, Jack White’s Blunderbuss to Beach House’s Bloom to Grimes latest effort Visions I have had such a flippin rad year in music. We’ve been really lucky so far and this year is only going to get better. Here are some albums that I am looking […]

News:Mumford and Sons Release Trailer for New Album+Australian Tour Dates

Having released one of the biggest debuts in the history of ever, Mumford and Sons have released a trailer for their new album which they’ve appropriately described as “Black Sabbath meets Nick Drake”; alternatively “doom folk”. There have been many ‘clues’ identified by other music sources as to the title of the album or its […]

Harvest 2012: My Predictions

Earlier this morning, promoter of successful festivals Harvest and Soundwave, AJ Maddah revealed through the Harvest Twitter account that Australia’s premier indie festival would announce its line up on Thursday. There has been a bunch of speculation as to who is going to play the festival and Maddah hasn’t kept his cards held too tightly […]