Tag: Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros
Best known for the uplifting single ‘Home’ from 2009 debut Up From Below, Alex Ebert returns with his life-loving jamboree for the band’s latest release, Here. Compared to their previous effort this album feels more focused, demonstrated not only by the shorter tracks and album length but also the consistency of musical styles.
EDWARD SHARPE AND THE MAGNETIC ZEROS Someone once told me that seeing Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros live was not dissimilar to partaking in a cult – a cult of dancing, singing, hippy musicians. First impressions were excellent. To start with they had two drum kits. Then Edward Sharpe (real name Alexander Ebert, who [...]