florence and the machine
Florence + The Machine w/ Christine and the Queens @ Concord Pavilion
Florence + The Machine played Concord Pavilion in Concord, CA on a dark and stormy night, which made her already fantastic show all the more magical. French chanteuse Héloïse Letissier, aka Christine and the Queens, opened the show and made for a tremendous double bill.
ALT 105.3 Not So Silent Night @ SAP Center
San Francisco radio station ALT 105.3 held their annual Not So Silent Night concert this year at the SAP Center in San Jose on December 8th. Headlined by Florence + The Machine, the show also featured sets from Elle King, The Struts, Mike Shinoda, Chvrches, Young the Giant, Bastille, and Death Cab For Cutie.
Florence + The Machine at Wells Fargo Center
Florence + The Machine played a brilliant set of evocative tunes at Wells Fargo Center on October 14. Florence Welch was as electric as ever on this stop for the High as Hope tour. Grizzly Bear opened with their brand of ethereal rock.
Juliette Lewis Talks Artistic Past, Future Deep, and Inspires Us All
“What keeps me coming back to music – and any art form – is necessity.”
Florence and The Machine at Barclays
Rachel Mallin & The Wild Type Release New Album, Have The Coolest Shirts
A fun interview with an up-and-coming indie rockstar.
Hangover Music for Undercover Weirdos: Six Thoughts on Seeing Florence + the Machine (and Grimes Cutting Her Set Short Early) at Barclays
Flo’s so-called Machine also apparently knows how to party.
Best of Festivals and Hype 2015
Our favorite images taken at the front lines during festivals all around the US and abroad.
Week in Pop: Jay Som, Love The Unicorn, Sven at Work
Agent blå, Lil Freckles, We Are Temporary, ft. guest selections by Sarah P.
Austin City Limits Music Festival 2015: Day 3
ACL comes to an end with sets by The Decemberists, Nero, Florence and the Machine, and more.
Governors Ball 2015: Day 1
The dog days are over: we’ve got photos from the first day of Gov Ball 2015.
The 200 most average releases of 2011
You know we're right.
The most average releases of November 2011
Lou Reed, always and forever The Table.