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As 2014 winds down, it seems safe to call Grimes' dance-pop bacchanal "Go" the year's most divisive song, at least in this particular corner of the internet. While the song doesn't appear to announce…   Read Story »
Grimes' "Go," the Blood Diamonds collab that the two of them apparently wrote for Rihanna, may have started more fights than any other song this summer, at least until Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off"…   Read Story »
UPDATE: Here's the official trailer for the video, featuring Grimes rocking Rodarte in the desert. She directed it with her brother Mac Boucher and it's out next week. // Grimes' recent…   Read Story »
Recently, Grimes and her Canadian countryman Blood Diamonds wrote a song called "Go" for Rihanna. Rihanna, or her people, turned it down. And now Grimes has taken the song for herself, debuting it…   Read Story »
On Friday night, Grimes will play New York's Governors Ball festival. And as she pointed out on Twitter this afternoon, we might want to pay special attention to the last song of her set. The song,…   Read Story »
On 3/25 and 3/27, theaters across America will screen Tales Of Us, Goldfrapp's film inspired by last year's album of the same name, followed by an encore performance of last week's livestreamed…   Read Story »
The Montreal producer Blood Diamonds is a friend of and frequent collaborator with Grimes; they made "Phone Sex" together, and that thing still sounds great more than a year later. He's also a…   Read Story »
Glasgow's Chvrches will release their synth-pop debut The Bones Of What You Believe later this month. We've already heard LP cut "The Mother We Share," via its mutant love story video, and now the…   Read Story »
Kendrick Lamar's rap voice is already a special effect, an endlessly versatile rat-tat-tat blur that switches octaves and inflections with dizzying speed. But on his remix of Kendrick's sad-drunk…   Read Story »
The Florida band Hundred Waters make dazed, impressionistic, pastoral music -- folk music, sort of, except made with sequencers and laptops and without traditional song-structure. The Montreal…   Read Story »