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Harken back to the good ol' days of country music with the playful, precocious lyrics and sounds of Those Darlins.
Last week I had the good luck to get a free pass to Oya, an annual outdoor indie music fest in Oslo, Norway. The five-day, five-stage extravaganza is a showcase for Norwegian acts, but makes good use of other groups (e.g., Band of Horses, The Very Best, Jay Reatard, Monotonix) caught in the summer festival maelstrom. Oya enlisted 200 bands, ranging from the lightest indie-pop to the blackest metal (this is Norway, after all). A little over half the bands were local and most Norwegian bands I saw were either female-led or had a strong lady presence.
Hit the dance floor with Swedish pop sensation, Sally Shapiro, and her aptly-titled disco-pop album My Guilty Pleasure.
Snappy punk-inspired Jay Reatard pumps you up with the bopping, cohesive energy of Watch Me Fall.
Sassy rocker femmes The Plasticines speak their minds with their insanely catchy, charmingly bitchy debut About Love.
Honest and urban, Stephanie McKay puts the feeling back in to soul music with her self-penned album Tell It Like It Is.
The mix-masters behind Santigold and M.I.A release Guns Don't Kill People . . . Lazers Do blends reggae inspiration with blatant danceability to keep you movin' and groovin' all night long.
Bounce along with the glittery, vintage sound of Lights' groovy album, Rites.
Vintage just got a whole lot cuter. Check out the cheeky promotion for retrowardrobe.com' s array of vintage, retro repo and recycled fashions.
Alexis Bledel is in position to step into a slightly prettier version of Dustin Hoffman's shoes with the premiere of her post-college malaise flick Post Grad today. We here at BUST are super excited about this movie-check out our review in the current issue! We're so excited that we're offering an exclusive contest! The first person to respond with an answer to the question below to susan@bust.
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