grimes

  • Jenna Kyle: “I’m looking to create a space to let go.”

    Upon seeing Jenna Kyle’s recent video for “Tell Me,” any former goth teen won’t be able to help conjuring comparisons to Depeche Mode’s Anton Corbijn collaborations.  The hyper-moody banger is equally suitable for midnight epiphanies and moderately-irresponsible nightclubbing.  And the accompanying music video, directed by Jay Harwood, has the...
  • lùisa: “Third albums are always the best.”

    Ironically, lùisa’s third LP, New Woman, actually has the German singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist exploring a bevvy of vintage sounds.  The album, which deals with female-oppression-turned-empowerment on both a personal level and a sociopolitical level, borrows sonic sentiments from a lot of the best intellectual pop of the 1980s, making...
  • Magdalena Bay Talk Pop Music (Sat. at B&S w/ Yumi Zouma)

    In an age when it’s become okay for punks and hipsters to listen to Carly Rae Jepsen and Miley Cyrus, there may not be a more unabashedly and unashamedly “pop” artist worth listening to than Magdalena Bay…  The LA-duo, comprised of Mica Tenenbaum and Matthew Lewin, churn out something...
  • Grimes Electric Factory 6/3 Philadelphia

    Grimes @ Electric Factory 6/3 presented by Wizard World

    If you have not heard of Grimes, you have literally been living under a rock.  Claire Boucher exploded into the electronic music scene back in 2010 with her releases on Arbutus Records.  She graced the covers of The FADER, Nylon, Dazed and Confused, NME, Flare and more. Ever since her emergence, she has released albums...