Lana Del Rey is hitting the road this summer and she's taking Grimes with her.
After premiering the track at Governors Ball over the summer, Grimes has just released a demo version of 'Go.'
When Ariel Pink revealed that he was asked to work on Madonna's upcoming album in an interview, not only were we surprised by the potential collaboration but also a bit taken aback by his full-on criticism of the singer.
Grimes (otherwise known as Claire Boucher) has never hidden her love for 'Game of Thrones,' and it looks like it's provided at least a little inspiration for the 'Go' video -- directed by Boucher herself.
A couple of stars have raised their hands to say "no" the ice bucket challenge.
In case you didn't know, Grimes wrote a song for Rihanna, and you can listen to it right now.
"Do you remember when you first fell in love with Easter," Vampire Weekend's Chris Baio asks actor Steve Buscemi in a new promo video (watch above) for the band's upcoming American Express Unstaged live webcast, which Busemi will direct. Buscemi oddly waxes nostalgic about the holiday -- "I couldn't sleep the night before, thinking about how many eggs I was gonna get," he recalls -- and the whole thing comes across as pretty awkward and totally random, much like the entire Buscemi/Vampire Weekend association, which started when he appeared with the band at this year's Easter parade in New York City.
Last night (April 21), Canada held its annual JUNO Awards, its version of the Grammys, and Mumford and Sons, Grimes, Metric and Leonard Cohen were among the artists to pick up prizes. It was also a big night for Carly Rae Jepsen -- who bagged Album, Pop Album and Song of the Year -- and Justin Bieber, who didn't show up (he was probably dealing with tigers or gas masks or something) but snagged his third straight Fans' Choice award.
No doubt some of you out there were pulling for Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call Me Maybe' to top Pitchfork's year-end Top 100 Tracks of 2012 tally, but it just wasn't to be. You may think we're kidding, but the insanely infectious and impossible-to-avoid nugget of summery pop goodness actually did managed to land at No. 29 on the list -- which, considering P-fork's indier-than-thou slant on things, is pretty damn impressive. So, who did snag No. 1?