LA artist BANKS is releasing her debut album 'Goddess' today and I am digging her sound. She is being compared to artists like Grimes and Fiona Apple and I can see why. She's got a sensual vibe reminiscent of those artists. Check out her latest single/video for "Beggin for Thread" which is probably my favorite track that I've heard so far from her. Show More Summary
We’re like, not even a week in and I already hated my Thanksgiving dinner.
Nine Inch Nails. Johnny Cash. Fiona Apple. Jay-Z. Taylor Swift. Does one of these not quite sound like the others? Too bad, because they’re all now artists who have commissioned director Mark Romanek to direct a music video. RomanekShow More Summary
Before Lorde was Lorde, she was in a band called And They Were Masked. Her sonic aesthetic wasn't dramatically different then, still conjuring up associations with St. Vincent, Fiona Apple and PJ Harvey, whom the band lists as an influence on its Facebook page. Show More Summary
On her new single “Beggin For Thread,” the big-in-England singer-songwriter BANKS sounds something like a genetic fusion of Fiona Apple and James Blake, and I consider that to be high praise indeed. In the stark, intense, mostly black-and-white video for the track, we see BANKS on a soundstage, surrounded by interpretive dancers and at least [...]
Blake Mills at the Cap in 2012 (more by David Andrako) Blake Mills, a frequent tourmate and collaborator of Fiona Apple, will release his new album, Heigh Ho, on September 16 via Verve/Record Collection. The album's single, "Don't Tell Our...
The guitar virtuoso teams up with Fiona Apple and Jon Brion on a new folk-pop tune.
Taken from Mills' forthcoming album, Heigh Ho, out this September.
Blake Mills is a frequent tourmate and collaborator with Fiona Apple, and Apple shows up on his new single along with another creative partner of hers, Jon Brion. The tune, from Mills’ upcoming Heigh Ho, is called “Don’t Tell Our Friends About Me,” and it’s an exceptionally pretty and expertly produced folk-rock tune about the [...]
Like Fiona Apple, Snoop Dogg, Willie Nelson, and countless nobodies before him, Wiz Khalifa was arrested for marijuana possession in Texas on Sunday. The rapper was trying to fly from the El Paso airport to Dallas without identification, which led to a TSA search and the discovery of the.5... More »
Don't worry, Fiona Apple is on here.
We've had Criminal on repeat for over fifteen years, but we never realized Fiona Apple was actually a law breaker until now! The iconic songstress did something most unexpected recently, she took her talents to a French television show! Even more shocking? The show, H-Man, is about superheroes!!!! Wackier than that?! Fiona plays a fabulous super-villain! It's [...]
There are no subtitles on this clip, so it's on you to decipher what, exactly, happens on this episode of the French TV show H-Man. We can tell you that Fiona Apple has green eyes, and seems to be speaking German, and there is some tricky stuff with a giant... More »
As previously reported, Fiona Apple plays a villain named BioFrau on H-Man a knowingly goofy French superhero TV show created by Joseph Cahill, who directed Apple’s great “Every Single Night” video. Apple’s episode recently aired, and it has her speaking French ably, shooting security guards, and creating a gigantic living CGI flower, or something. The [...]
As the "eco-terrorist BioFrau".
Remember that incredibly beautiful Chipotle commercial with the Fiona Apple ?Pure Imagination? cover that ran last year? Part celebration of farming and green spaces and part hype for an app/ game called The Scarecrow, the three minute clip quickly went viral and was loved by pretty much everyone.Click To Continue Reading
You’ve probably seen the cute Chipotle ad where a scarecrow starts his own taco business to challenge the giant evil industrial food complex, set to Fiona Apple’s rather lovely rendition of “Pure Imagination.” It turns out that Frank Ocean was meant to record the song, but backed out, claiming that he’d been misled. As per … Read More
Remember that viral Chipotle ad featuring an animated scarecrow battling evil factory farms while Fiona Apple crooned a version of Pure Imagination over top? Apparently, Frank Ocean had an earlier crack at singing a version of the song but backed out before the spot was finished. Show More Summary
In September, Chipotle made a haunting commercial o n the evil of factory farming featuring Fiona Apple singing the creepy "Pure Imagination" song from "Willy Wonka." Turns out rapper Frank Ocean, too, was contracted to do a similar deal for a Chipotle ad — but it all fell through and now things are getting ugly. Show More Summary
Remember that "Pure Imagination" cover Fiona Apple did for Chipotle? According to the company, Frank Ocean signed up to do one, too — to the tune of $212,500 up front (and another $212,500 after he was finished). When Ocean decided against it (he claimed they promised he was promoting "responsible farming,"... More »