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2022 Song of the Summer | The Best Contenders So Far
The competition is stiff every year. It feels like some artists reserve the summer for dropping their best earworms, their most contagious hits. Each year, we find ourselves leaning on that one special song to keep us going those endless summer nights. Who will have the Song of the Summer this year? From Lizzo, to ...Read More →
What Are the Presales for the Florence and the Machine Tour?
English indie rockers Florence and the Machine just announced a 2022 North American tour. After Florence Welch and friends announced a few intimate show dates to support their newest album Dance Fever, they decided to give fans more. The Dance Fever tour starts on April 29th and ends on October 14th in Los Angeles. In ...Read More →
Muse, Florence + the Machine Will Headline ‘Not So Silent Night’ in NYC
If the annual Jingle Ball had a lesser known, but just as cool cousin, it would be ALT 92.3’s ‘Not So Silent Night‘. Last week, the popular radio station announced the lineup for the event, which will take place Dec. 6 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The ‘Not So Silent Night’ lineup is alt-rock focused, ...Read More →
The Best Albums of 2018 (So Far)
We’re way past the halfway mark of 2018, and the music just keeps on coming. If you can recall, 2018 had a pretty strong start, with album releases from Kali Uchis and Courtney Barnett, not to mention the various artists featured on the wonderful, inspired Black Panther. Father John Misty and Kanye kept up momentum this past ...Read More →
Florence + the Machine Detail New Album ‘High As Hope’
On Thursday (May 4th) Florence + the Machine released “Hunger“, along with an A.G Rojas-directed music video. “This song is about the ways we look for love in things that are perhaps not love, and how attempts to feel less alone can sometimes isolate us more,” band leader Florence Welch said in a statement. “I guess ...Read More →