on Mar 04, 2013
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. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Feb 07, 2013
“Land of the Innocent” is the latest from electro-pop group Feathers. This Austin, Texas gals give us the best synthy beats and moody vocals with this track off their upcoming album If All Here Now, set for release April 15th. The video gets an A+ for the ladies’ super dope threads and strange, ethereal imagery. Watching this video just makes me want to zone out and drive my car around until I get lost.
Photo via Feathers.Bandcamp. Read More
BY Bridgette Miller
on Oct 11, 2011
We mentioned last week that MEN and CSS are touring together, and now we're giving away tickets to see them when they hit your city. If reading JD Samson's first entry in their tour blog for BUST made you wanna shake your booty at one of those shows, you're in luck. We're offering two tickets for each the following dates:
10/23: Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
10/24: Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
10/28: Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
10/30: Austin, TX @ La Zona Rosa
This giveaway is now closed. Read More
I'm used to taking fashion cues from style icons of long ago, but Alexa Chung is one of the few modern gals whose style I love through and through. She's got an effortless and playful ease to her look that many girls, including myself, definitely covet. Her last collection for Madewell did extremely well and I'm still bummed out I never got my hands on this dress, but thankfully her new collection for Madewell is just as adorable and soon set to be sold online and in stores starting September 22nd. Read More
BY Jen Hazen
on Apr 15, 2011
Sometimes I really hate feeling so much. As a recently divorced lady, I don't want to feel a goddamn thing right now. No, thanks. I'd rather work. That's it.
So when I took my seat at Radio City Music Hall to see Explosions in the Sky on April 6, I had no idea that for the next hour and 15 minutes the past several years with my ex-huz would flash in my mind like a dusty old film projector spinning reels of the good, the bad, the end. Yes, Explosions' long-drawn-out epic instrumentals can do that to you whether you like it or not. Read More