Florence + the Machine

Kanye West Pulled a Kanye at Coachella

Though the second weekend of Coachella usually receives slightly less fanfare than the first, this year’s second weekend (and… Read More

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Florence + the Machine Release Chaotic ‘Ship to Wreck’ Video

Florence + the Machine have released the video for  “Ship to Wreck,” directed (like “What Kind of Man“) by Vincent Haycock,… Read More

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Listen to Florence + The Machine’s New Song, “Ship To Wreck”

It’s been four years since Florence Welch and her machine — mainly Isabella Summers — released Ceremonials and continued… Read More

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Nicolas Jaar Gives Florence + the Machine’s “What Kind of Man” a 12-Minute Remix

Florence + the Machine fans have likely already heard “What Kind of Man” (off upcoming album How Big, How Blue,… Read More

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The Bonnaroo 2015 Lineup Is Here

Another day, another massive music festival announces its somewhat underwhelming lineup (though The Governors Ball this year does sound… Read More

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Governors Ball 2015 Lineup Announced: Björk, Drake, Florence + the Machine, Black Keys

Festival season has kicked off early this year, with two major lineup announcements in as many days. First there… Read More

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Literary Mixtape: Arya Stark

If you’ve ever wondered what your favorite literary characters might be listening to while they save the world/contemplate existence/get into trouble, or hallucinated a soundtrack to go along with your favorite novels, well, us too. But wonder no more! Here, we sneak a look at the hypothetical iPods of some of literature’s most interesting characters. What would be on the personal playlists of Holden Caulfield or Elizabeth Bennett, Huck Finn or Harry Potter, Tintin or Humbert Humbert? Something revealing, we bet. Or at least something danceable. Read on for a cozy reading soundtrack, character study, or yet another way to emulate your favorite literary hero. This week: George R.R. Martin’s feistiest heroine, the indomitable Arya Stark. … Read More

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The Morning’s Top 5 Pop Culture Stories

1. Radiohead have added a slew of new dates to their current North American tour. Find the full schedule here.

2. What do you think of Bob Staake’s cheeky, Seamus the Irish setter-inspired New Yorker cover image of Mitt Romney carting around Rick Santorum in a dog house strapped to the… Read More

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Literary Mixtape: Jo March

If you’ve ever wondered what your favorite literary characters might be listening to while they save the world/contemplate existence/get into trouble, or hallucinated a soundtrack to go along with your favorite novels, well, us too. But wonder no more! Here, we sneak a look at the hypothetical iPods of some of literature’s most interesting characters. What would be on the personal playlists of Holden Caulfield or Elizabeth Bennett, Huck Finn or Harry Potter, Tintin or Humbert Humbert? Something revealing, we bet. Or at least something danceable. Read on for a cozy reading soundtrack, character study, or yet another way to emulate your favorite literary hero. This week: the second eldest (and most fiery) March sister, Jo. … Read More

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The Best and Worst of Last Night’s ‘SNL’ with Jason Segel

Finally — an episode of Saturday Night Live that we genuinely liked as a whole! Of course, Jason Segel is one of our favorite actors right now, so we we pre-disposed to like the show this week, but even objectively, we think it was one of the best of the season. Segel’s lovably genuine silliness fit in well with the cast, but for our money he also pulled off angry prostitute pretty well. And while some sketches were less than stellar, there were none that were unbearably terrible, which is fairly unusual, at least for this season. Click through to watch our picks for the best and worst sketches of the night, and let us know if you agree or completely disagree with our assessments in the comments! … Read More

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