Grimes has released a video for the new song “Violence.”
Grimes sat down with Cultured for a new interview:
“The last album was a piece of crap,” she says. “I feel like people really misread it and it feels like a stain on my life.” She resists the notion that she tried to make a pop record, and considers it more of a genre exercise in which she demonstrated her range as a producer. “I just wish I could make music in a vacuum,” she claims, before retorting, “it’s good to make people mad actually, I retract my statement. If you can make people mad without actually hurting anyone, that’s probably a good thing.”
Grimes has announced her new album, Miss_Anthropocene, on Instagram.
Grimes has released a video for “Pretty Dark.”
Bring Me the Horizon have released their new song “Nihilist Blues” featuring Grimes.
Grimes has released the new song “We Appreciate Power.”
Poppy has shared the new song “Play Destroy” featuring Grimes.
Grimes has debuted a new song called “That’s What the Drugs Are For” in a new Apple commercial.
Grimes is planning to release a new album this year.
Grimeshas released her new video for “Venus Fly.” You can watch that below.
Grimes has released a series of seven videos. Four are from her 2015 album, Art Angels, and three are by her friend and collaborator HANA.
Grimes has shared her new track “Medieval Warefare” on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show. The song comes from the upcoming Suicide Squad soundtrack.
Grimes, PUP, and Carly Rae Jepsen are among those up for the 2016 Polaris Music Prize, which goes to the best album of the year by a Canadian artist.
Grimes is on the latest episode of Song Exploder breaking down her track “Kill V. Maim.”
Grimes’ new video for “California” can be found on YouTube or by hitting read more.
Grimes performed “Flesh Without Blood” on Jimmy Fallon last night.
Grimes talked with Rolling Stone about new music in the works, sexism in the music industry, and how rock music could work in 2016.
I personally really love [British bands] like Bring Me the Horizon and Foals. There’s definitely a future in rock, but it will probably be more fusion-oriented, like rock that uses 808s. Twenty One Pilots is kind of like that – it’s sort of rock, but the sound is hip-hop. You know all those songs on [the Smashing Pumpkins’] Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness that almost sound like Lorde or something? I feel like that vibe has not been explored.