Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros Share Heartfelt ‘No Love Like Yours’

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros will release their fourth studio album, PersonA, in the spring. Following their last single "Hot Coals," the ten-piece folk-pop…
Rachel Brodsky / January 27, 2016

Review: Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, ‘Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros’

Ten years ago, Ima Robot — an L.A. quartet featuring future Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros frontman Alex Ebert, backed by Beck's rhythm section…
Barry Walters / July 22, 2013

Love Train: A Peek at Mumford & Sharpe’s Rail-Riding Doc ‘Big Easy Express’

The documentary Big Easy Express is equal parts The Real World and O Brother, the true story of 130 people, picked to live on a…
Kory Grow / June 20, 2012

Hangout Fest 2012: Flaming Lips, Edward Sharpe, Big Freedia and 3 More Sunday Highlights

Did you know you could sync up Dark Side of the Moon to... an actual solar eclipse? SPIN's final day at Alabama's Hangout Fest featured…

Edward Sharpe’s Alex Ebert: ‘We’re Not the ’60s Ride At Disneyland’

Squint your eyes at an Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros show and you might wonder what year you're in. Led by scraggly frontman Alex…
David Marchese / May 15, 2012

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, ‘Here’ (Community/Vagrant)

If Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros didn't exist, the deities who put on music festivals would have to invent them. The band has the…
David Marchese / May 14, 2012

Edward Sharpe Lead ‘Man on Fire’ Hoedown on ‘Letterman’

"A lot going on," David Letterman enthused after Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes' performance last night on Late Show. "A lot of music." The…
Marc Hogan / May 11, 2012

Edward Sharpe Discuss Tightening Up on New LP ‘Here’

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros' frontman Alex Ebert plays in a ramshackle folk-pop band cum traveling circus with nine other members, has a wild…
David Marchese / April 20, 2012

Edward Sharpe Debuts Down-Home Love Duet ‘That’s What’s Up’

L.A.'s Edward Sharpe is still in folksy character on the latest track from May 29 album Here, the follow-up to 2009 breakthrough Up From Below.
Marc Hogan / April 3, 2012