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Wanda Jackson may be approaching her 75th birthday, but the Queen of Rockabilly shows no signs of slowing down. On her 31st album, Jackson goes back to her roots with the signature mix of rockabilly and country that made her famous in the late 1950s. Unfinished Business features five new tracks and five covers of tracks by artists from Etta James to Woody Guthrie to the Rolling Stones. Produced by established folk musician Justin Townes Earle (son of Steve Earle), this LP sticks to classic...
Fall is in full swing! People are decked out in their knit scarves and sweaters, sipping on seasonal flavored coffees and preparing costumes for Halloween festivities, so what better way to celebrate than with Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, who have created a line combining the best things of Halloween into some devilishly alluring scents. The creators behind these haunting scents are releasing their Halloween fragrances, titled  “Halloweenies,” as well as their “Haunted House” collection. Taking inspiration from Romantic, Renaissance, medieval and Victorian era formulas, pagan...
If you like mysteriously dark yet candy-sweet indie pop, Chaos Chaos’s S is the EP for you. Chaos Chaos is comprised of multitalented Brooklynite sisters Chloe and Asy Saavedra, formerly child stars of the indie pop band Smoosh. They play an array of instruments, including synthesizers, acoustic piano, many different types of drums, and saxophone, and they also use experimental vocals. Like BUST favorite Amanda Palmer, they funded their album through a successful Kickstarter campaign. Chaos Chaos recently released the official music video for their track “My Hands.”...
WTF. Yesterday, CNN published an article examining how women vote with their hormones, not with, you know, their brains. Titled “Study looks at voting and hormones: Hormones may influence female voting choices,” the article has since been taken down from CNN, but this is the Internet, and it still exists in its full form here and here. The article begins with the offensive opening sentence, “While the campaigns eagerly pursue female voters, there’s something that may raise the chances for both presidential candidates that’s totally out...
From the moment I saw I Was Told There’d Be Cake on the bookshelf, I knew Sloane Crosley was a girl after my heart and taste buds. As a 17 year-old, I have looked to my fellow New Yorker’s escapades as letters from an imaginary older sister. Although I am interested in a career as a style journalist, I also am very interested in keeping up with all of my mini-essays that I hash out in my own diary. Sloane herself is part anthropologist, part diarist; she is acutely observant...