Mumford and Sons

Austin City Limits wraps up with a female dominated lineup and a little Californication

October 18, 2022

Austin City Limits closed out its second weekend Sunday with a lineup led by spectacular performers, with the overwhelming majority being women-led bands. As day three wound down, we saw some of our favorite performances of the weekend. The biggest name on Sunday was rock legend’s Red Hot Chili Peppers. It has been 10 years […]

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Mumford & Sons and Portugal. The Man bring cheerleaders, c-bombs & confetti to Portland’s NBA home

August 7, 2019

Mumford & Sons kicked off their North American tour this week, with Portland-based Portugal. The Man opening things up for the first run of shows. This made last night’s show at Moda Center – the second of the run – a hometown show for the supports. Indeed, given how big they are here, it felt […]

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Mumford and Sons announce 2019 Australian album tour

October 5, 2018

British folk rock band Mumford and Sons are coming back to Australia, and it couldn’t come at a better time. Nearly four years after the release of their ARIA chart topping album Wilder Mind the boys are releasing a new album Delta on November 16th; and die-hard Australian fans will be amongst the first to […]

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Matthew McConaughey introduces Willie Nelson as Mumford & Sons and LCD Soundsystem close Austin City Limits

October 11, 2016

It would be hard to imagine Austin City Limits ending any more perfect than how the 15th edition went out Sunday night. The day’s lineup was just as diverse as the first two days featuring up and coming hip hop artists, rock and funk bands and massive headliners but it was the presence of Austin’s […]

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7 Unmissable Artists at Austin City Limits 2016!

September 30, 2016

Austin City Limits began as one of the most important television programs spotlighting the greatest music the world had to offer. So the fact it shares its name with one of the biggest music festivals on the planet tells you all you need to know about the magnitude and excellence of Texas’s biggest music festival. […]

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Album Review: Various Artists – Day of the Dead (2016 LP)

June 14, 2016

Tribute albums are funny things. Usually formed by a disparate rabble of mainstream artists and indie darlings, they often lack consistency of style and tone. For the most part, Day of the Dead, an extensive tribute collection to The Grateful Dead, avoids this typical problem. Collated by Bob Weir and members of The National, it […]

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Venue Spotlight: The Best Gigs at the Oxford Art Factory (so far…)

February 25, 2016

As live music and entertainment venues establishes are facing closure not just in Sydney, but elsewhere in the country too, we’ve been reminiscing on some of our favourites around the country over the years. There are notable hotspots in each capital for sure, where some incredible musical talent have cut their teeth as live touring bands […]

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Festival Review: Glastonbury Festival 2011 – Part Three: Friday (24.06.11)

July 3, 2011

Friday started off well enough, though grey clouds hung ominously above the Somerset farm. Even without the rain, navigating the festival grounds was becoming more and more of a challenge as the mud began to slowly take over the site. I started the day at the Park Stage, the furthest away of the main stages. […]

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It’s Summer Up There! Day Two of Glastonbury Festival 2010

July 5, 2010

So it’s Friday, the official start day of the Glastonbury Festival. Overnight and all through the morning the final punters arrive, bringing the total on site population to around 177,500 people, making the festival site the third largest city in the South West. So with all those people it can be a little overwhelming and […]

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