We're very sorry, but while we would love to let you in and rock out with us, we need to currently restrict turntable access to only the United States due to licensing constraints. We are working very hard to try and get you in as soon as possible. If you believe this is a mistake and you are located in the United States, please e-mail help [at sign] turntable dot fm Again, sorry, and we hope to see you soon. Billy Chasen CEO
Mumford & Sons have become a huge overnight sensation and drastically revitalized the genre of folk rock. Rock legend Robert Plant was recently asked about his favorite artists at the moment and he named two: The Black Keys and Mumford & Sons. What sets Mumford & Sons apart is the intoxicating nature of their music which has a festive, joyful, primal, hopefull yet realistic and deeply human feel. It penetrates the soul. And almost anyone who hears their music finds it both catchy and refreshing.
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Already, 2011 is shaping up to be another big year in music. To see what's in store, check out the latest on upcoming albums from 30 SPIN artists that matter, including the Strokes, the Beastie Boys, the Kills, Drake, Lady Gaga, and more! PJ HARVEY The English songstress teamed up with longtime collaborators John Parrish and U2 producer Flood for Let England Shake , a collection of melodic tunes that tackle the vagaries of war, past and present. The record was recorded live in a Dorset, England, church - and Harvey's songs have a stomping, rhythmic vitality that was missing in her more restrained recent releases.