A few months ago we were delighted to learn that not only was model-actress-sort-of-singer Cara Delevingne going to get a guest spot on St. Vincent’s new record, but her pseudonym for the recording was “Kid Monkey.” And now Kid Monkey’s debut is finally here!
Following up her technicolor video for “New York,” St. Vincent has released an equally vibrant video for “Los Ageless,” the second song off her upcoming album, MASSEDUCTION.
Performing at the Trans-Pecos Festival in Marfa, Texas on Saturday, Fiona Apple was joined on stage by native Texan St. Vincent, a.k.a Annie Clark, for several songs. Have my eyes turned into bulging cartoon hearts yet?
Annie Clark—otherwise known as St. Vincent—has a very different idea of what New York is than I do, but I suppose that’s part of the fun.
St. Vincent has a new album coming in the fall, official title unknown, but we do know it will include a vocal performance from an underground British artist named “Kid Monkey.” And now we know that Kid Monkey is actually Cara Delevingne.
Did you ever read Dorian Gray and think, damn, as someone who will eventually become invisible to a society that only cares about women when they are young and fuckable, I deserve that magic painting more than this man? Well, St. Vincent heard you, because she’s directing an adaptation in which Dorian is a woman.
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When rumors emerged last week that model Stella Maxwell is supposedly dating actress Kristen Stewart, I wondered how many beautiful lesbian entertainment industry powerhouses there are to go around in this particular circle. If the tabloids are to be believed, it seems like there’s been some overlap.
Sissy Spacek, Susan Sarandon, Marilyn Manson, St. Vincent, Genesis P-Orridge and more also star in this fall Marc Jacobs ad directed by Hype Williams, cast in Hype’s signature blue-lighted, ethereal excess. The style is seamless with Jacobs’s Fall 2016 collection, ghoulish and excessive luxury amplified through the…
I walk into the kitchen. “Dorothy?” There is no response but my own echo. “Blanche? Rose? Sophia?” Nothing. I open the fridge and find it warm and empty, apart from a single cheesecake covered in a thick layer of mold. The lanai, I think. They must be out on the lanai. I peer out the window and see no one—just a…
Happens to the best of us!
My friends, today I stumbled across a nugget of extremely distressing gossip. The New York Post surmises, from a collection of photographs, that model and Swifty Squad member Cara Delevingne abandoned her lover Annie Clark—otherwise known as ethereal songstress St. Vincent—at Monday’s Chanel show in Paris, departing…
In today’s Tweet Beat, JoJo is in charge of my life now, Bob Saget teases the reunion nobody remembers asking for and St. Vincent talks booze.
In a recent interview with Vogue, model Cara Delevingne talked about depression, her mother (a longtime heroin addict), and her relationship with musician St. Vincent, a.k.a Annie Clark.
St. Vincent appeared on The Tonight Show last night to perform her new single “Teenage Talk”—which debuted during the credits of Girls back in March—with the help of a group of female teen backup dancers.
Supermodel-turnt-actor Cara Delevingne has been working with Pharrell on an album (of music!) as of late, and Tuesday in New York at Karl Lagerfeld's Chanel Métiers d'Art presentation, the duo debuted the fruits of that labor. She has nice tone but um, this clip is a tad pitchy, if you will. And because of that: on a…
Last night during the credits of Girls, the show debuted St. Vincent's "Teenage Talk," one of multiple songs written specifically for this season of the series.
By all accounts, 2014 was a very, very good year to be a woman in music.
Annie Clark aka St. Vincent shredded up Saturday Night Live last night with a couple tracks off her latest album, and she was just marvelous. Check out her performance of 'Birth in Reverse' below!
Female rockers Joan Jett, Lorde, Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon and St. Vincent joined Nirvana onstage for their induction into the 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Thursday.