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Scott Bradlee and Cristina Gatti came together to totally blow us away with a 1940’s swing cover of Beyonce’s "Drunk in Love". This cover is literally a combo of everything that rules: mega-babe musicians, Beyoncé, and lovely lilting tunes. Gatti’s alto voice is perfectly accentuated by big band jams and, man oh man, does it almost give Bey a run for her money. Can you grain it on that wood, swerve on it and serve all this while doing the jitterbug? Gatti is seductive and radiates confidence while evoking a 1940s sense of class. Read More
If you haven't heard of Girl Crisis before, today's your lucky day. The amazing concept group is made up of a few amazing songstresses who have come together to cover all of your favorite songs. The idea was formed from the minds of Chairlift's Caroline Polachek, Class Actress's Elizabeth Harper, and This Frontier Needs Heroes' Jessica Lauretti and Bek Andersen. Read More

Tina Fey is Super!

BY Megan Hinshaw in Feminism

Rolling Stone has Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan, and Alec Baldwin on the cover of it's January edition. The colorful set up includes Tracy Morgan and Alec Baldwin both costumed as Superman and Superboy respectfully, and Tina Fey as Lois Lane. (Lets not even start on the derogatory choice of portraying Tracy Morgan as Superboy.) Alec Baldwin is supporting her as they fly through the air arm in arm. This set up seems strange especially when the cover piece is titled, “The Last Days of 30 Rock : How Tina Fey Pulled Off TV's Smartest Sitcom. Read More
BUST is giving away two pairs of tickets to this show! Returning for its fourth year, Beatles Complete on Ukulele will feature over 30 artists recreating 64 of The Beatles’ greatest hits. Notable ladies include Anya Marina, Angela McCluskey, Supercute!, Terre Roche (The Roche Sisters), and Leah Siegel. For the full list of performers, check out the Facebook event. The show starts at 8pm at Brooklyn Bowl on January 23rd. Read More
  With Halloween right around the corner, the Misfits will soon be in heavy rotation on my turntable. Not that they aren’t usually on my playlist; I’m a die-hard Danzig fan, I’ve rocked a devilock, and my now-boyfriend’s inclusion of Pajo’s stripped-down version of “Hybrid Moments” at the end of a mixtape is what won him a third date. Read More