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  Kate Nash's new album, Girl Talk, drops in the U.S. today. If that news alone isn't enough to get you psyched, check out this new video for "Girl Gang", Nash's deviant cover of "Cocaine" by Fidlar.     Be sure to pick up your copy of Girl Talk today, and peruse this awesome artist's upcoming North American tour dates, if you're looking to catch a live show:  03/12 - Brighton Music Hall - Boston, MA - SOLD OUT 03/13 - Cabaret Mile End - Montreal, QC 03/15 - Horseshoe Tavern -...
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She’s hot, she’s funny, she dated Kevin McCalister from Home Alone (don’t worry, she waited until he was legal), and she’s set to produce and star in a 1970s-set woman’s lib drama on the CW. Wait, What? Do I sense a new girl crush forming? Yes, I do. It gets even better--in a recent interview for her upcoming movie, Oz the Great and Powerful, Mila Kunis was interviewed by BBC Radio 1.  The very adorable, young and super flustered interviewer, Chris Stark, decided that his interview...
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For the past few months, my Facebook and Twitter feeds have been rife with enthusiastic praise for the Netflix political drama, House of Cards. I have no shame in admitting that I devoured the show’s entire first season in a single weekend. The show is run-through with amazing performances from Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright, and Kate Mara (among others), brilliant writing, and bonkers plot twists that, fair warning, I might touch on in this post. One of my favorite things about the show is that its...
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It’s hard to believe that less than a century has gone by since the 19th amendment was passed into law. But 100 years ago, the women’s suffrage movement was still going strong in its pursuit of voting rights for women. Yesterday marked the 100th anniversary of the massive 1913 women’s suffrage parade in Washington D.C., which occurred the day before Woodrow Wilson's inauguration. The Atlantic has compiled some amazing images from that day, which saw 8,000 marchers convene for the cause. The parade turned chaotic...
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Join BUST at a sick house party we're throwing during SXSW with our friends at Tito's Vodka. We've lined up an incredible list of bands—some new, some seasoned, ALL amazing! Photography provided by Join The Studio and Superchief.tv. IN AUSTIN? Join us at 4407 Avenue C, from 2pm to 9pm, Thursday, Friday, & Saturday. CAN'T MAKE IT TO AUSTIN? Then sit back and watch our LIVE STREAM! We'll be broadcasting ALL 3 DAYS of the event. So stay tuned! Check out the lineup below, get off the 6th street...
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