Florence + The Machine “Over the Love”

Green Light In My Eyes When the announcement was made, that my beloved Florence + The Machine had fashioned a brand-new tune for Baz Luhrmann’s much-anticipated film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, the appropriate response had been to run around my home in a sporadic like fashion, screaming at the top of my lungs. When…

Music News (10/11/12)

As some of you may have already heard, this past month we received some very surprising news from Jack’s Mannequin and their frontman, Andrew McMahon. After seven years, the band has decided to go their separate ways. At this point in time, I’m still living in denial, telling myself that it has all been a…

Press Play Friday: Songs from the Movies

There’s No Business, Like Show Business One of the most important elements of a film is the soundtrack: the sweet symphonic sounds that make the film complete, the songs that bring a scene to life. Over the years, the classic film soundtrack has transformed from a simple score, to blockbuster musical numbers, to today’s popular…

Press Play Friday: Fresh Music (2/24/12)

Press Play Friday is back! Attention all music lovers: I’m back from a rather long music sabbatical – that mostly consisted of listening only to Florence + The Machine for days on end – with some new music, in another edition of Press Play Friday! All right. Please save your applause until the end. For…

NerdTube: Florence + The Machine – “Heavy In Your Arms”

“Are you strong enough to stand, protecting both your heart and mine?” The official video for (My hero) Florence + The Machines song Heavy In Your Arms was released on Monday. The song is featured in that movie franchise I talk about a lot (*cough* Eclipse *cough*). Now this is one of my favorite Flo…

Press Play: (500) Days Of Summer – The Soundtrack

No. You are not seeing double. Today, I need to give an honorable mention to the (500) Days of Summer soundtrack. When it comes to movies, the soundtrack is usually my favorite part. A piece of music can either make or break a scene. It can enhance the story and add additional emotions that you…