terá muito percurssão na estruturas do seu pop
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Grimes‘ Claire Boucher is looking towards a more exploratory aesthetic in her post-Visions career, but fans of her pop songs need not fear a radical shift. In a recent interview with MTV Hive, Boucher said she is planning a more experimental-sounding project potentially under a different moniker.
She told MTV Hive:
I’ve been working on more percussive noise music and also a lot of straight vocal music. I want to make dark percussive shit and… release an album that’s halfway between ethereal reggaeton and industrial dance music but is still very pop in its song [structures].
Boucher also noted that she hopes to put out a line of metal chainmail armor, working in collaboration with Morgan Black, the same artist who’s behind the creation of her “pussy rings”. And she described her hopes for the future of her live shows:
I want to start bringing dancers along and have them wear crazy shit. I want them to be topless, covered in glitter, wear S&M headmasks that are really big, black pants and black lipstick, and be all guys. Everyone will have bleached white hair.
Watch Pitchfork.tv’s recent mini-documentary on Grimes: