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The BBC describes its new initiative BBC Music as "an ambitious wave of new programmes, innovative partnerships and ground-breaking music initiatives that amount to the BBC's strongest commitment to…   Read Story »
Last Friday night, in a moment of apparent abandon, Florence Welch (of Florence And The Machine) hopped on stage with British cover band Sourberry and did impromptu covers of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky"…   Read Story »
The soundtrack to The Great Gatsby has a pretty huge and ridiculous list of famous contributors: Jay-Z, Beyoncé and Andre 3000, the xx, Lana Del Rey. And somewhere in there, there will also be a…   Read Story »
As we reported earlier this year, Jay-Z had a large hand in the music component of the upcoming Baz Lurhmann's film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. The tracklist for the…   Read Story »
Florence + The Machine have already released one video for "Lover To Lover," a gospel-tinged blastoff from their 2011 album Ceremonials that somehow sounds huger than most other Florence songs. That…   Read Story »
Recently, Florence Welch, of ...+ The Machine fame, lent her crazy rocket-launcher wail to "Sweet Nothing," the new single from EDM anthem-generator Calvin Harris. She also shows up in the song's…   Read Story »
Last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Florence Welch, in the middle of a U.S. tour behind her nearly-a-year-old album Ceremonials, came through to sing a different version of the epic wailer…   Read Story »
Florence Welch, the Florence of Florence + The Machine, has an uncorked mega-wail that seems like it should work really well on cheesed-out big-room dance music. And on "Sweet Nothing," the new…   Read Story »
For Saturday's recap and photos, click here. For Friday's recap and photos, click here. Sunday's recap below... In contrast to Saturday's torrential downpours, emergency weather evacuation, and…   Read Story »
Most of the videos from Florence + The Machine's 2011 album Ceremonials are grandly, ridiculously operatic affairs, but that's not the case with the new "Breaking Down" clip. Instead, the video works…   Read Story »