BY Gwen Berumen
on Jul 20, 2014
For the first time in four years, The New Pornographers are back with a new album, music video, and an upcoming fall tour.
The official music video for “War on the East Coast” premiered yesterday at Rolling Stone and is taking a “mid-nineties second tier britpop attitude.” A.C. Newman comments that he’d previously never felt the need to appear in any of the Pornographers’ music vids, but with this one, they “wanted to have fun and fully be IN the video. Read More
BY Emma Tilden
on Jul 11, 2014
I knew my day was going to be good when, immediately upon my arrival to work, I learned that I could spend three minutes and 44 seconds of my morning watching Kelly Hogan (A.K.A. Chewbacca) and Neko Case (a Princess Leia/Spock fusion) sing to me and Ellie Kemper about “a revolution to your hairless post-apocalyptic constitution”—a new vision of the future fueled by “girl power… an actual fuel source with zero carbon footprint. Read More
BY Gwen Berumen
on Jul 01, 2014
Music Week, UK Music, The Association of Independent Music (AIM), and Nordoff Robbins have teamed up to launch a new Women In Music event, an award ceremony to honor and reward some of the top female artists in the music industry.
According to Music Week, “The event will recognise the 30 most influential women executives from all sectors of the UK business, whilst also giving individual awards in five special categories: Outstanding Achievement, Media Pioneer, Creative Inspiration (the only category open to artists), Rising Star and Campaigner. Read More
BY Gwen Berumen
on May 30, 2014
The so-called feminist magazine, Playboy, recently published an article written by a dude who argued that Neko Case is, “too smart—and frankly too old—to be one of those shiny young pop starlets who sing about love with superficial life-or-death stakes."
Earth to everyone; she is not a commercial pop star. So, why compare her to the likes of Katy Perry or Beyoncé?
The problem with the article is that it places women into one generalized category. Read More
BY Katie Fustich
on Nov 04, 2013
Just because Halloweekend is over doesn't mean you can't bring a little spooky spirit to your Monday. Last Friday, current BUST coverlady Neko Case performed with her band for NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series. To add to the festivities, the group donned various confusing/weird/awesome costumes for the performance of their unplugged set. The set list included "Night Still Comes," "Calling Cards," and "Local Girl,"--all tracks from her latest release The Worse Things Get, The Harder I Fight...
Watch the performance below (gorilla suit optional)!
Thanks to NPR. Read More
BY Alanna Vagianos
on Sep 24, 2013
With the return of autumn comes our desire to actually cook indoors, pile on cozy layers, spruce up the house a bit, and get down to some serious nesting. To celebrate this pre-holiday season of snuggles, overeating, and naps, BUST’s Oct/Nov 2013 issue is dedicated to everybody’s fave topics: food and home. Readers will be licking their lips when they check out our recipes for DIY MUSTARD & PICKLES, and whipping out their credit cards to order some of the ridics cute HOUSEWARES we’ll be featuring (in fall colors, natch). Read More
BY Katharine Ernst
on Aug 22, 2013
Neko Case, BUST's upcoming October/November cover girl and crooning songstress extraordinaire, has a new album, The Worse Things Get, The Harder I Fight, The Harder I Fight, The More I Love You, out on Anti- September 3rd, and it's some of her most revealing stuff yet. Her unique, full voice ain't hiding anything on this record.
Since her move to Vermont, Case seems to be showing a deeper side of herself to her audience. Read More
BY Intern Tessa
on Jul 10, 2012
Neko Case, the amazingly talented and soulful singer and songwriter, will be performing for FREE at the second annual Lowdown Hudson Blues Festival. Neko has developed a new sound all her own - a mix of country, gospel, torch, and pop. She has earned Grammy nominations and a huge fan base with her seven albums and EP. And now we get to enjoy her live for free! By the way, she is also featured on The Hunger Games soundtrack. Read More
on Jan 26, 2010
Singer-songwriter extraordinaire, Patty Griffin, releases a new album today of Inspirational material called Downtown Church (Credential/EMI). I’m lovin’ it so much that I need to testify to you all about how great it is. Let’s face it, not alot of white girls (the great Neko Case aside) can sing this type of material and pull it off but, but then again, they ain’t Patty Griffin. Read More