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Week that Was (11-15-12 to 11-21-12)

Another big week for the “Week that Was.” We received a ton of submissions this week and posted a good amount of the tracks, so make sure to keep sending! The playlist works for everyone… whether you’re in the partyin’ mood or the chillin’ mood. Let us know what you think!

: PAPERCUTZ – Where Beasts Die

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Florence + The Machine “Lover to Lover” [Video]

Brand new video from Florence + The Machine for “Lover to Lover.” If you ask me, every song on Ceremonials should be a single. Ms. Welch my proposal offer still stands.

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Florence Welch feat. Calvin Harris “Sweet Nothing”

The love of my life, Florence Welch gets on a track with radio favorite Calvin Harris on a track titled “Sweet Nothing.” Think it has the potential to be the next “We Found Love?” Regardless, we love the track, make sure to check out the radio rip below!

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Lollapalooza 2012 Lineup

The moment everyone has been waiting for is finally here… the Lolla 2012 lineup has finally been released. Be sure to keep on checking back for our top picks and the day by day schedule.

115 days for anyone counting… Lineup after the jump.

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Black Keys and Florence and the Machine: Highlights of Summerfest 2011

Summerfest wrapped up its 44th year Sunday after an eleven day showcase of over 700 bands. I was lucky enough to snag tickets for the popular Milwaukee festival on Wednesday to see The Black Keys, Florence and the Machine and Cage the Elephant live. Cage the Elephant kicked off the night’s performances, and my friends and I arrived at the festival in time to catch a few of the band’s songs. I cannot say that I was the biggest fan of the Kentucky-originated band before I saw them live, and I have to admit that their performance did nothing to alter my opinion. Although the band put on a high-energy show, with lead singer Matthew Shultz weaving his way into the crowd on multiple occasions, Cage the Elephant proved to be a bit too scream-o for my taste.

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