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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.
Facebook: it may be a great way to connect with old friends, but it can also wreak havoc on relationships, no matter what their status.
Check out this badass mamajama, Beverly 'Guitar' Watkins, an Atlanta-based singer/songwriter who at 70 years old can still rock out on her guitar with the best of them. Starting tomorrow on August 21st, she'll be performing at Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls in Dumbo, Brooklyn. Her performance at WMRC is helped on by Jazz Foundation of America's Agnes Varis Jazz in the Schools Program which creates paid employment for elder, notable jazz and blues artists with limited incomes and exposes younger generations of children to jazz and blues music and history.
There's been a lot of buzz surrounding the upcoming release of the movie 'Where The Wild Things Are' (Oct. 16), based on the beloved children's picture book. The trailer above is wholly riveting and moving, helped along by the use of Arcade Fire's 'Wake Up'.
The Cheim and Read Gallery on West 25th Street here in New York is offering a particularly busty exhibit through September 19th.  'The Female Gaze: Women Look at Women' is a collection of artwork by women, of women. 'This exhibition attempts to debunk the notion of the male gaze by providing a group of works in which the artist and subject do not relate as 'voyeur' and 'object' but as woman and woman. It would be interesting to ask the question how we would feel about the works in the exhibition if we were told they were made by a man'.
Hanne Hukkelberg mixes traditional melodies and influences with found sounds for her melancholy release Blood From a Stone.
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