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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)....
It started with a comment commending President Obama on decreased national gas prices and ended with yet another vicious assault on women. And as a native New Yorker, I’m ashamed to say that all the hoopla is happening right here in my home state. Jay Townsend, the official spokesman for Republican Representative Nan Hayworth and moderator of the page titled "How to Run for Public Office", responded to a comment on NY19 U.S. House of Representatives Civil Discussion Center’s page by writing: "Listen to Tom. What a little...
If you're a vegan (or just play one on TV), you're going to want to make sure you're in NYC in mid-June. We've teamed up with The Seed to create the BUST Magazine Craftacular @ The Seed: A Vegan Experience. On June 16th and 17th, we'll be at 82 Mercer in Soho, hosting two delightful days filled with all things vegan, including featured speakers, demos, film screenings, vegan dishes, and cruelty-free crafts and apparel. Tickets for The Seed are on sale here ($20...
Memorial Day has passed, which means it is now unofficially summer and you are now officially allowed to wear white, go to a beach with a lifeguard on duty, and host semi-illegal barbecues in the park! BUST has all of your outdoor dance party needs covered with a new edition of BUST Loves on Spotify, with new tracks from the likes of Rye Rye (above), Azealia Banks, Icky Blossoms, and more. And if your hankering for new tunes still isn't satisfied, you can also check out...
Today is a victory for equal rights in Massachusetts, where a federal appeals court just declared that  the federal Defense of Marriage act is unconstitutional on the grounds that it unfairly denies equal benefits to legally married same-sex couples.   The ruling is also a victory for the Obama administration, which had refused to defend that part of the 1996 law. Although the decision does not establish a national right to gay marriage, hopefully the decision will prove to set a precedent of equality for the...
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