Celeb-By-Celeb Breakdown of the 2013 Grammys

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The Grammys are boring, but you and I, we can pretend they’re not by focusing less on the gaudy “rock” and country music and more on the scandals, bad outfits and cleavage.

These are the most headline-worthy celebrities at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards

1. Jennifer Lopez

J-Lo joked onstage that she couldn’t give a cougarf*cking Casper Smart about CBS’s prude dress code memo, delivering a big f-you in the form of a giant, puffy genital-exposing gam.  Continue reading “Celeb-By-Celeb Breakdown of the 2013 Grammys”

Video: Calvin Harris – “Sweet Nothing” Feat. Florence Welch

Calvin Harris, the man behind “Bounce” featuring Kelis, Rihanna’s “We Found Love” and self-sung dance anthems like “Acceptable In The 80s,” has a new song with a big female voice.

This time it’s Florence Welch, who is a La Roux-esque lounge singer with an abusive boyfriend who is shown getting beat up on the street. Florence gets angry and strips. Continue reading “Video: Calvin Harris – “Sweet Nothing” Feat. Florence Welch”

Video: Florence + The Machine – “No Light, No Light”

Is this already the third single from Florence And The Machine’s Ceremonials? Time flies when you have red hair. “No Light, No Lights” is co-written by her keyboarding Machine bandmate Isabella Summers, who also co-wrote five tracks from Lungs.

As you can see, the video is a meaningless yet somehow spiritual foray featuring a crazy shirtless vooding candle convulser and a children’s choir to balance it out. That is some convincing falling though, and running.

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Video: Florence And The Machine – “Shake It Out”

Hard-working Florence Welch has already released a second song and video from her CD Ceremonials that is due November 15th, 2011. The video was directed by Dawn Shadforth (“Special” by Garbage, “Ooh La La” by Goldfrapp)

Welch describes the track as, “One of those songs that came in about half an hour and when you’ve got a hangover, it is almost like a hangover cure. You’re like, thank you!”

Florence + The Machine Sophomore Album Details

The highly anticipated second album from Florence Welch and her machine, Ceremonials, is due out on October 31 (Halloween!) in the UK.

From the song titles, stuff like “All This And Heaven Too,” the name of the LP seems to really fit. It seems very spiritual, but not preachy, I’d assume. The red-headed Bohemian fairy would never do that to me…

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