It sounds like the follow-up to ‘Art Angels’ is going to be very different.
Went to film one, ended up with seven.
With all the crazy hair, bright colours and oh so much dancing the Art Angel shows no sign of slowing down with her latest single.
“I’ve been in numerous situations where male producers would literally be like, ‘We won’t finish the song unless you come back to my hotel room’.”
“Chill vibes, downtempos, synth-y shit,” she’s said of the new material.
Malfunctioning equipment was the culprit.
An octopus by Grimes, a dolphin by Rustie or a sandwich by The Rubens could be yours.
Some crystal ballin’ thoughts on who might (and might not) play Splendour this year.
As a techno auteur, Grimes (aka Claire Boucher) has her tribe. They have brightly coloured hair. They wear high ponytails. Plus they tote novelty children’s backpacks. And that’s any gender. The Grimes contingent was out in force as the Canadian fulfilled her first gig in Australia since 2012. Not unsurprisingly, this Laneway Festival sideshow was
Christmas has come early for Grimes fans, with the Canadian producer dropping a bundle of gifts off at The Internet this morning. Not only has Grimes announced a pair of Laneway Festival sideshow dates in Melbourne and Sydney, she’s also bestowed a brand new song upon us. The track, dubbed creepily Flesh Without Blood, will
The Laneway 2016 floodgates are open and a torrent of sideshows has come gushing out. Those who can’t make next February’s Australia-straddling festival (or just want to catch a bit of extra action on the side from their fave acts) can now do just that, with sideshows announced from the likes of CHVRCHES, Majical Cloudz
UPDATE 14/09/16: The 2017 Laneway Festival lineup has now been announced. ORIGINAL STORY: Your official Laneway Festival 2016 lineup announcement has arrived, with the likes of Grimes, Flume, CHVRCHES, Beach House and Violent Soho set to take the stage at next year’s event. Other acts announced on the festival lineup include Fidlar, Big Scary, DMAs,
Electro-pop oddball Grimes has revealed that she scrapped a whole album’s worth of material, labelling it “depressing.” Taking to her Tumblr to defend herself against reports she binned an album because of a negative fan-reaction to her Rihanna-rejected track Go, Grimes wrote, “The album was scrapped cuz it was depressing and I didn’t want to
While the rest of us spent Christmas Day overeating and making small talk with family members, Canadian musician Grimes, real name Claire Boucher, used the day for other creative endeavours, teaming up with her stepbrother Jay Worthy to create the track and home-made video for Christmas Song II (Grinch). Serving as a follow up to
Canadian musician Grimes, real name Claire Boucher, has released Go, the song she wrote for Rihanna which the American pop star later rejected. The track provides a first glimpse of Grimes’ fourth studio album, which is still in the works. Describing Go in a press release, Grimes has said, “It’s our summer jam so we
Canadian electronic impressionist Grimes debuted three new tracks during her performance at the Governors Ball festival in New York over the weekend. Among the new compositions was Go, a track that Grimes revealed she originally co-wrote with LA producer Blood Diamonds for Rihanna. “Also for those at gov ball, u should stick around for my
“Don’t act like you respect them then throw them under the bus”
New York City’s Governors Ball has just dropped its lineup announcement for the 2014 instalment of the festival and it’s a corker – apart from the previously announced Outkast, this year’s festivities will be graced by Jack White, The Strokes, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix and TV on the Radio. Wowzers. If that wasn’t enough for you,
Canadian electro visionary Grimes has evoked the ire of a vegan purist after posting a picture of herself holding tub of Ben and Jerry’s Scotchy Scotch Scotch ice-cream and saying, “1 day hiatus from veganism is being had starting NOw.” The 25-year-old, real name Claire Boucher, is a vegan with a strong social conscience when