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The 75 Best Albums of 2011
26 Dec 2011 // 3:00 PM
The year's best albums feature sophomore sets from two of indie's finest artists, a hardcore punk opera masterpiece, career highlights from four amazing women in the top 10 alone, new forward-thinking R&B and hip-hop, an electronic Big Album that shoots for the moon, and so much more.
The Most Disappointing Albums of 2011
13 Dec 2011 // 3:00 PM
The selections on this list aren't necessarily bad albums -- some actually happen to be among the most critically acclaimed of this year. In some cases, it's just that the albums weren't what fans were expecting, and in others, they were exactly what they were expecting.
Florence + the Machine: MTV Unplugged
12 Apr 2012 // 5:00 PM
For a group like Florence + The Machine, the risks of playing in a stripped-down setting are exceptionally high, but as they display on MTV Unplugged, the rewards they serve through their masterfully reworked songs were worth the gamble.
Florence and the Machine: Ceremonials
31 Oct 2011 // 4:00 PM
Elevating Florence and the Machine's idiosyncratic style to an even grander scale, Ceremonials makes Lungs seem quaint and charming in comparison.
Florence and the Machine - "Ship to Wreck" (audio)
8 Apr 2015 // 8:13 AM
Florence and the Machine take a decidedly more pop-oriented direction with "Ship to Wreck", the lead single from their upcoming third LP How Big How Blue How Beautiful.
Florence Welsh Brings Art Rock Back to the Masses
1 Apr 2010 // 8:48 PM
In the last year, UK listeners have been inundated with the sound of the nasal-grazing, strawberry vixen, Florence Welsh – or as she is more popularly
Bird-loving singer of Florence + the Machine has seen her career soar
30 Apr 2012 // 6:35 AM
MINNEAPOLIS — Like Adele, she’s tall and British, with a big voice and a singular name. Like Adele, she’s scored two hit albums. But,
Florence + the Machine singer has a head full of grooves
2 Nov 2011 // 11:00 PM
LOS ANGELES — Florence + the Machine’s ethereal punk rock blues debut was one of the more unlikely breakthrough albums of 2009. It propelled singer Florence Welch