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On Music: Lady GaGa and Florence Welch

Comment by Jude Rogers, Guardian, The, January 2009

Lady GaGa and Florence Welch have been hailed as the new queens of pop. But why pretend they're anything more than cheap imitations? ...

Florence and the Machine: Lungs (Island) ****

Review by Sheryl Garratt, Observer, The, June 2009

FOR A WHILE, former Camberwell Art School student Florence Welch tried to be the singer the record companies wanted her to be: namely, a more ...

Florence and The Machine: Mental Machine Music

Interview by Ian Gittins, Wonderland, November 2009

POP SHOULD ALWAYS be poetic, not prosaic. ...

Florence and the Machine: Hackney Empire, London ****

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, Guardian, The, October 2011

PARENTS WHO worry that their teenage daughters have few pop role models other than the intemperately sexual Rihannas of the world should be pleased that ...

Florence and the Machine: Ceremonials

Review by Kate Allen, idolmag.co.uk, November 2011

BROKEN-HEARTED women have made the three biggest pop albums, of the 21st century: Back To Black, Lungs and 21. And so it falls to Florence ...

Florence + The Machine Ceremonials (Island)

Review by Jude Rogers, Word, The, December 2011

Fabulous theatre, preposterous lyrics, tribal rhythms — has Florence made the most overblown female solo album in years? ...

Mairead Nash

Interview by Kate Allen, IDOL, February 2012

DJ, presenter, model and manager Mairead Nash is an unquestionable and enduring insider of the music industry. As we discuss the many facets of her ...

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