No one underestimates Buddy Holly’s contribution to rock ’n’ roll, but it is easy to forget that by his death in 1959 at age 22—in a career spanning just a year and a half­—he had created such a wealth of infectious pop songs. The 19 artists paying tribute to the coolest rock ’n’ roll nerd of all time on Rave On Buddy Holly (Fantasy/Concord Music Group) reads like a who’s who of pop music. Read More

Tig Notaro, No Moleste

BY Laurie in General

Last week I received a new comedy CD of Tig Notaro doing stand up from the fine folks over at Secretly Canadian entitled Good One (out Aug. 2). Read More
We’re very pleased to announce the winners of the Ladies of Polaroid contest, a photo competition sponsored by www.landcameras.com and co–sponsored by BUST. The idea was to submit photos inspired by the vintage manuals from the original Polaroid Land Camera, and the results were all pretty amazing, and so adorable!            There were two categories, “reproduction” and “open” where the photographers were asked to create images inspired by the originals. Read More

Review: Love Etc.

BY Ariana Anderson in TV

Love Etc., a charming documentary to be released July 1st in New York, follows five stories of New Yorkers at very different stages in their romantic lives.  Inspired by the diversity of the lines of couples at the New York City Hall Marriage Bureau (which are about to get even more diverse, hooray!), Executive Producer Jonathon Tisch wanted to document this “microcosm of the world” in a film that anyone can relate to. On the youthful end of the spectrum of couples, we are presented with high school sweethearts, Gabriel and Danielle. Read More
Last week, we had Youtube sensation and rising pop star Kreayshawn at the BUST offices for an interview for the upcoming issue October/November issue! Just over a month ago the 21 year old Oakland based rapper posted the video for her "Gucci Gucci" song on Youtube, and since then her video has had more the three million views. Boom! Folks at her record label have already started to call her "Swag Spice", which seems like the best way to describe this ghetto-fresh sassy girl, who in her "Gucci Gucci" music video is rocking chunky gold earrings, tats and a cropped top. Read More
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