Mumford & Sons Piles On, Slams Those Behind Tidal

There are the artists who have a beef with Spotify. And now there are the artists who don't think that Jay Z's new, by-the-artist-for-the-artist streaming service Tidal is anything to write home about either. The members of Mumford & Sons were the latest to speak their minds about Tidal, which launched to much star-studded fanfare last month, with frontman Marcus Mumford telling The Daily Beast that they had not been invited into the fold along with Madonna, Rihanna, Arcade Fire's Win Butler and the other music luminaries who joined Jay Z for the rollout. He says, but they wouldn't have joined the fun anyway.