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Florence and the Machine perform for fans during Splendour in the Grass on July 25, 2015 in Byron Bay, Australia

Shaky Knees 2016 Lineup: Florence + The Machine, Jane's Addiction, My Morning Jacket Headline

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Get ready to be shaking from excitement about the Shaky Knees Music Festival. On Monday (Jan. 11), the annual Atlanta music festival announces its 2016 lineup, featuring some of the biggest names in indie and alternative rock. For this year's rendition, Florence + The Machine will headline, alongside My Morning Jacket and Jane's Addiction, who are set to perform their integral album Ritual de Lo Habitual in full.READ MORE

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Decemberists Share New "Cavalry Captain" Music Video & Five-Song EP 'Florasongs' [WATCH]

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With a new EP comes a new music video for an old song. The Decemberists have released the music video for "Cavalry Captain" off the band's 2015 full-length album 'What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World' alongside the release of a new five-song EP, 'Florasongs.'READ MORE

The Decemberists Governors Ball 2015

The Decemberists' New EP 'Florasongs' Gets October Release Date, New Song "Why Would I Now"

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The Decemberists' January album What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World was a lengthy effort - clocking in at 14 songs long and 53 minutes, but it turns out that isn't all the "Make You Better" band had to offer. On Friday (Sept. 11), the literary rockers announced a five-song EP Florasongs made from more cuts from the What A Terrible World... sessions and the first track "Why Would I Now?" has already been released.READ MORE

Florence + The Machine performs at GovBall 2015

Governors Ball 2015: Best, Worst & Biggest Moments from Deadmau5, Florence + The Machine, The War on Drugs & More

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It's Monday morning now, and Governors Ball 2015 has finally come to an end. Over the weekend of June 5, countless rock, EDM and rap acts took to the stage at New York's City's Randall's Island to play for crowds of adoring fans. But, with the best of the fest which ranges from free chips to Florence + The Machine to SBTRKT, we also got sound issues, long lines for burgers and big ol' mud pits. In all its glory, Music Times was there to take in it all. See our best of the fest superlatives!READ MORE

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Roger Waters, Decemberists, First Aid Kit Among Newport Folk Headliners

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The Newport Folk Festival has probably reached the peak of its lineup announcements as it revealed this week that former Pink Floyd leader and solo standout Roger Waters will be headlining the event. This marks the first performance for the bassist since the last show of his "The Wall" tour during 2013.READ MORE

Governors Ball 2015 Conflicts: The Black keys, Florence + The Machine, Weird Al, Lana Del Rey

Governors Ball 2015's Worst Scheduling Conflicts: Florence + The Machine vs. The Decemberists, The Black Keys vs. Lana Del Rey & More

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Governors Ball 2015 is only a couple of weeks away, and today (May 20), the New York City festival announced its full hour-by-hour schedule. And, of course, with a lineup stacked with the likes of Drake, Florence + The Machine, Lana Del Rey, The Black Keys, Deadmau5 and more, there were sure to be plenty of time conflicts.READ MORE

Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters performs in Australia, 2015

ACL 2015 Lineup Leaks: The Strokes, Foo Fighters, Drake, Deadmau5 & More

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Austin City Limits 2015 is looking to have quite the stacked roster of performers, if a leaked lineup is to be believed. Over the weekend, a snafu on the ACL website revealed that Foo Fighters, The Strokes, Drake and Deadmau5 are all set for the October festival.READ MORE

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Bunbury Music Festival Announces Lineup; Snoop Dogg, The Black Keys and The Avett Brothers Headlining [FULL LINEUP]

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The Bunbury Music Festival, a relative noob on the festival circuit from Cincinnati, has announced the lineup for its fourth iteration, featuring The Black Keys, the Avett Brothers and Snoop Dogg as its headliners.READ MORE

Fall Out Boy

New Fall Out Boy, Joey Bada$$, Marilyn Manson Albums and More Spur Rise in Sales Last Week

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Fall Out Boy stands on top of both the Billboard 200 and the Albums Charts this week with American Beauty/American Psycho, and while the plenty of albums managed to debut on the former this week, 60 percent of the albums in the Top 10 of the latter were new releases.READ MORE

Fall Out Boy at the 2015 People's Choice Awards

Fall Out Boy and Meghan Trainor Set January Mark with New Albums on Billboard 200, while Taylor Swift Stays Comfortable

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Fall Out Boy and a slew of other new albums broke the dam and brought forth a flood of debuts back onto the Billboard 200 after the holiday sales lull. That band's American Beauty/American Psycho premiered at no. 1 with 218,000 equivalent albums sold, and its 192,000 actual album sales teamed with Meghan Trainor's debut last week for the first pair of albums released during January to top 150,000 apiece since 2010. American Beauty marked a significant uptick in sales from the band's 2013 album Save Rock and Roll.READ MORE

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Jimmy Kimmel Music Guests: The Decemberists Sing YouTube Comments in Hilarious Performance [WATCH]

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Jimmy Kimmel has earned laughs and renown for using real world social media to get the best out of his famous guests, and now he's gotten The Decemberists to perform real YouTube comments from silly videos while promoting the band's new album What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World.READ MORE

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It's Decemberists Day in Portland: Mayor Honors Band for 'What a Terrible World, What a Wonderful World' Release

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Portland, Oregon, residents are currently celebrating Decemberists Day in honor of the band and their new release, 'What a Terrible World, What a Wonderful World.' Mayor Charlie Hales dedicated today (Jan. 20) to the indie rockers and praised them for making their hometown proud. The band will perform at the proclamation ceremony later today.READ MORE

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The Decemberists Stream 'What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World' Ahead of Release Date, Release "A Beginning Song" Lyric Video

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What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, indeed. And now The Decemberists's new record is finally here. Ahead of the "Make You Better" band's release date for its seventh studio album, today (Jan. 13), What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World is available to stream in full via iTunes Radio. And that's not the only Decemberists news fans get today - there's also a new lyric video for "A Beginning Song."READ MORE

Music video screencap for Sia's

Music Times Best Music Videos of 2014: Sia, Beyoncé, Iggy Azalea & More

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There's no use denying it: a good music video can very well lead to a major hit single. This year was a prime example of that, with viral clips from the likes of Iggy Azalea, Sia and Nicki Minaj launching the musicians to unprecedented levels of success.READ MORE

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The Decemberists Share 'The Wrong Year' from 'What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World' [LISTEN]

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In advance of their seventh album, "What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World," The Decemberists have shared another new track. "The Wrong Year" is the third single from the upcoming album, due out Jan. 20, following "Make You Better" and "Lake Song." Colin Meloy penned a tune for all those heartbroken romantics who know all too well about loving someone who does not feel the same way. "And she wants you / But you won't do / And it won't leave you alone / And the rain falls / On the wrong year / And it won't leave you alone," he sings over John Moen's syncopation. Take a listen to the tune below, via "Consequence of Sound."READ MORE

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