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Rachael Sage, a New York-based alt-pop artist, has returned with her 13th album Myopia. The album centers itself on the idea of self-assurance and being comfortable within one’s own skin, but with the current cultural climate, there is also a thread of paranoia. With a bold emphasis on Sage’s guitar playing, instead of her usual piano-driven work, and contributions from Hoboken-based guitarist James Mastro, this album is gritty, complex, and truly stands out from her other work. We're excited to premiere the single "Sistersong 2018"...
We’re not trying to brag or anything… but our photo of Terry Crews in full Renaissance-style getup made the front page of Reddit yesterday. Except it’s not quite the same as we remember it. u/spankler The photo, taken from a BUST interview from our April/May 2018 issue, was offered up on the subreddit r/PhotoshopBattles, and Reddit users took it by storm. The world has been blessed with (fake) images of Terry Crews on a $100 bill, Terry Crews as the centerpiece in a painting, and Terry Crews’...
If you have felt a visceral absence of ice cream, aviator sunglasses, and dignified government leadership in your life, you are not alone. In these dark times, we must look to animation for solace. Yes, the greatest bromance of all time is getting its own animated series. Barry & Joe is in the very early stages of development, and the theme song by femcee Miss Eaves was released today. Created by Adam Reid, Barry & Joe: The Animated Series follows the adventures of Obama and Biden,...
  Gabi Gregg, aka GabiFresh, fashion blogger and co-founder of Premme with Nicolette Mason, has been redefining the boundaries of plus-size fashion for years. With her latest collaboration with Swimsuitsforall, GabiFresh has assembled nine newcomers to modeling. Each woman represents a different size, but they all exude confidence, happiness, and beauty. The ten-piece swimwear collection comes in a variety of styles and colors, ranging from a subtle palm leaf print one-piece to a neon yellow mesh bikini, which means that there is something for everyone. Sizes range...
We've all read books where women are prizes to be won or objects to be consumed. Many male writers describe their femme characters in flagrantly sexist ways, and women on Twitter are tired of it. The “describe yourself like a male author would” challenge has women parodying how men write about them, and the tweets are golden.  The Daily Dot writes that last week, author Gwen C. Katz tweeted a passage written by a male author who claimed to have “an authentic female protagonist.” In reality,...