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Reviewed by Michael Levine One of BUST’s fave musicians, Siouxsie Sioux, was awarded an IVOR at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane on May 17th to a standing ovation from a music industry crowd. The special inspiration award was presented to Siouxsie on stage by her close friend John Maybury, and was preceded by a five-minute film depicting Siouxsie’s life and career--from forming Siouxsie and the Banshees with Steven Severin, to recording a track as a solo artist, "Careless Love," for Mr. Maybury’s film The Edge...
If there’s one thing I’m sure of at the BUST office, it’s that everyone here loves cats. We might have found our rival, though: a man by the name of Louis Wain. Wain, an extremely successful freelance illustrator throughout the late 1800s and early 1900s, gained his reputation with hundreds of humorous cat illustrations. He was even the President of the National Cat Club, according to the Henry Boxer Gallery.  Inspired by his cat, Peter, most of Wain’s work contains images of anthropomorphized cats doing normal, everyday activities that...
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“I think most people haven’t seen sexy in a wheelchair” –Mia  The Sundance Channel’s new series, Push Girls, documents the lives of four friends living in Hollywood--Angela, Auti, Tiphany, and Mia. No, they aren’t rich housewives, celebrities with a sex tape, or former B-list actors trying to make a comeback: they are paraplegic and quadriplegic women, and they are out to dispel any of your previously contrived notions about life in a wheelchair with in-your-face confidence. As is the norm with nearly any other documentary or reality series,...
Every once in a while a record comes along that's so good, you refuse to take a break from listening to it long enough to give anything else a chance. In this case, that record is a 4-song EP that has been "coming out soon" for approximately the past 5 months. Let me assure you--it was absolutely worth the wait.  Hyped as the savior of female MCs since last fall's debut single "212" took everybody's iPod by storm, Azealia Banks finally dropped her first official release, 1991 (out now on Polydor)....