Grimes’s New Album, Miss Anthropocene, Gets An 8.2 Rating

Grimes released her new album, Miss Anthropocene, this morning, and Twitter is popping off. The 15-track cosmic banger has already been approved by music critic Pitchfork – giving the album a strong 8.2 rating and dubbing it “Best New Music.” Miss Athropocene is Grimes’s fifth studio album, joining her alien pop family of Art Angels (2015), Visions (2012), Halfaxa (2010), and Geidi Primes (2010).

“Violence,” “4 ÆM,” and “New Gods” are a few songs from Miss Athropocene that have already imbued the internet with some high-octane electro-pop energy – the full album is available to stream now on all platforms.

If you’re wondering what “Miss Anthropocene” means – the word “Athropocene” refers to our current geological age, where human activity is the dominant influence on climate and the environment. Grimes was generous enough to give more clarity on the subject, in a poignant poem released alongside her new album.

“I, Poet of Destruction: Herby declare that global warming is good. So, you humans have carved your existence into the Earth. Lest you be forgotten. Why lament. Be who you are. Embrace your demise. For you are the architect of it. How smart you are to eradicate a species as resilient as your own. Why deny your power. It’s the greatest show in the Universe. Celebrate with me. The most momentous of deaths. Now is the time to burn twice as bright and half as long. Sincerely, Miss Anthropocene.”

Ahead, check out the hilariously bizarre early reactions to Miss Athropocene from Grimes stans on Twitter.

7 trends we already know will be everywhere at the end of the year according to the fashion week runway

While we may all be swiftly running out of enthusiasm for winter dressing and ready for spring trends, fashion month is currently in full-swing with approx. 11 major brands showcasing their autumn/winter collections per day.

The fashion set may have just landed in Milan for the third leg of the four week extravaganza, but with New York and London having put on their showcases we couldn’t wait to divulge some of the biggest trends so far.

Unsurprisingly some of AW19’s major looks remain popular – with giant bags, waist belts and brown outerwear three of the most long-standing – but there are a number of new trends that we already can’t wait to start shopping.

One of our favourites is undoubtedly off-the-shoulder layering. Particularly prevalent in London, we spotted this clever layering technique at the likes of Burberry, Simone Rocha, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Toga, Molly Goddard and 16Arlington.

Serving up a lesson how to keep cold-weather dressing interesting, it’s the perfect way to stack your clothing without looking bulky whilst showcasing each piece.

Scroll down to take a look at our 7 favourite AW20 trends so far…

Sneak a Peak at On My Block Season 3 With the Cast’s Behind-the-Scene Instagrams

The third season of Netflix’s On My Block is just around the corner, and although there’s not much info about the new season yet, what we do have are some amazing behind-the-scenes pictures, courtesy of the cast! While filming season three in late 2019, the cast occasionally took to Instagram to document the late-night shoots, the casual moments between scenes, and the fun they have together when they’re hanging out on and off the set.

If you’re hoping for details about the new season, these aren’t it, but if you just love this talented cast and want to see more of their behind-the-scenes moments, you’re definitely in the right place! Keep reading for some of the best snaps from filming, and be sure to catch the third season of On My Block when it returns to Netflix on Mar. 11.

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