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August 7th, 2012
So we covered it all for you at Osheaga this past weekend and now that we’ve had some time to sit back and reflect on the good, the bad and the muddy, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite performances at the festival. If you ever get the chance to catch any of these bands, […]
August 4th, 2012
Most into the festival spirit: Florence and The Machine It’s pretty evident that Florence Welch has become quite accustomed to being on big festival stages. The songstress glided around the stage in her floor-length gown and commanded the audience the way only a seasoned pro is capable of. Her enthusiasm towards the massive crowd was […]
July 30th, 2012
It’s Osheaga week! To help you get psyched for a long weekend of fun in the sun and performances galore, we’ve compiled a playlist of some of the acts we’re most looking forward to checking out at the three-day festival in Montreal. Take a listen, refresh your memories with these jams and let us know […]
Tags: bloc party, city and colour, down with webster, feist, Florence and the Machine, fun, Justice, metric, MGMT, Osheaga, playlist, snoop dogg, The Black Keys, videos
Posted in Blog, Music, News | Posted by Melody
July 27th, 2012
The 2012 Summer Olympics begin today in London and in honour of the international sporting event, we’ve put together a playlist of some of our favourite British musicians from the past ten years. From the boy bands to rappers to divas, we look at some of the best of the Brits. One Direction, What Makes […]
Tags: Cher Lloyd, coldplay, Conor Maynard, Ed Sheeran, ellie goulding, Florence and the Machine, Jessie J, olly murs, One Direction, Rita Ora, spice girls, The Wanted, Tinie Tempah
Posted in Blog, Music | Posted by Allison
July 27th, 2012
DJ Calvin Harris revealed recently that his hit song We Found Love was originally turned down by two other singers before picking Rihanna. Man, those two singers must be kicking themselves a bit right now. “It was going to be the third single off my new album and I needed a vocalist, so it was […]
July 11th, 2012
Florence Welch from Florence and the Machine may have a mesmerizing voice, but she still knows how to rock out. The British singer-songwriter recently performed a cover of Green Day’s Hitchin’ a Ride with friend Dev Hynes of Lightspeed Champion at a Coachella event. The track is off of Green Day’s 1997 album, Nimrod, and […]
July 9th, 2012
Summer time can only mean one thing: music festivals galore. One we’re really excited for is this year’s Osheaga Music Festival, which takes place in Montreal from August 3 – 5. Named one of Pitchfork’s 20 Essential Festivals of Summer 2012, Osheaga will span three days, four stages and a list of performances so long that you’ll need to carefully map out your schedule or else you might risk missing out on one of your favourite bands!
Find out how to win an amazing weekend at Osheaga after the jump!
Tags: Black Keys, city and colour, contest, feist, Florence and the Machine, Justice, metric, montreal, Osheaga, Sigur Rós, snoop dogg
Posted in Concerts & Events, News, Win Free Sh*t | Posted by Melody
May 31st, 2012
With the release of “Spectrum” comes the fourth video off of Florence + The Machine’s 2011 album Ceremonials. Co-directed by David LaChapelle and John Byrne, the video is as theatrical as you would expect from a LaChapelle/Florence collaboration. P.S Great haircut Ms.Welch.
April 23rd, 2012
Coachella Music Festival just wrapped up 2 epic weekends of music in a row and we’re celebrating the best acts on Today’s Top 10. You’ll see everyone from M83 to Dr. Dre! Don’t miss brand new episodes of Today’s Top 10 every Monday to Thursday at 10 PM ET hosted by Lauren Toyota only on […]
Tags: Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Dr. Dre, dragonette, feist, Florence and the Machine, Gotye, Kimbra, m83, martin solveig, Miike Snow, rihanna, The Black Keys, Today's Top 10, usher
Posted in Blog, Today's Top 10 | Posted by Lauren
April 22nd, 2012
For the week of April 22nd, The Wedge played music from: Florence and the Machine, Gossip, Dum Dum Girls, Crocodiles, Cloud Nothings, Atari Teenage Riot, Moving Mountains, Band of Skulls, Eight and a Half, Bishop Morocco, Neon Indian, and Minutemen. FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE NO LIGHT, NO LIGHT (4:09) UNIVERSAL DIRECTORS: ARNI & KINSKI GOSSIP […]
Tags: Atari Teenage Riot, band of skulls, Bishop Morocco, Cloud Nothings, Crocodiles, Dum Dum Girls, Eight and a Half, Florence and the Machine, gossip, Minutemen., Moving Mountains, neon indian, playlist, The Wedge
Posted in Blog, The Wedge | Posted by Cam