“Now, let me at the truth which will refresh my broken mind.”
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Here’s your newest obsession, whether you’re into Justin Timberlake, Arcade Fire, Adele, Drake, or Avicii.
So, can we make this an official thing? Because “Little Wrecking Ball” is making love to my ears.
Forest Hills Stadium, a New York City landmark where the likes of Bob Dylan and The Beatles once performed, was silent for over a decade until Mumford & Sons performed there Wednesday night.
“I just think this whole generation needs to eat a steak.”
Grab some friends, grow a mustache, and follow these simple instructions.
Check out rare recordings by Bob Dylan, Best Coast, Stephen Malkmus, Mumford & Sons, the xx, MGMT, and more.
Not every band with Christian lyrics gets lumped in with “Christian Rock.” You might be surprised by who has escaped that label.
This is the formula, the code has been cracked.
Some of the most beautiful and rustic music being made right now is coming from a bunch of guys in Los Angeles.
And then they strummed and strummed and strummed their way through “I Will Wait.”
Behold the weirdest thing Taylor has ever ever done.
It’s like a miniature hypnotic music video. Unhinge your jaws and stare for hours.
Idris Elba directed and stars in the video for the British folkies’ new single, “Lover of the Light.” Watch him make a nice breakfast.
What an interesting coincidence.
Marcus knows his way around a pair of jorts, and he has Jake Gyllenhaal to thank for getting him together with Carey Mulligan. Also, they are not Muppets.
They have the most concurrent hits on the Hot 100 since The Beatles. They’ve got six hits at once right now!
The British folkies are on track to score the biggest first-week sales of the year, totally dusting Justin Bieber. Who knew?