BY Intern Caroline
on Apr 05, 2012
Tonight's the night! The first large scale Louisiana Bounce party is set to take Bushwick by storm at The Morgan. BUST faves Nicky da B and Rusty Lazer, along with Heather Loop, House of Ladosha, and Shane Shane, are all coming at ya with the bootiest bounciest beats. Sponsored by BUST, Candy Rain, du:Heart, and Earmilk, tonight promises to deliver. The event is 18 and up with a $10 cover ($7 if you're wearing booty shorts!)
If you can't make it tonight, don't fret. There's another can't-miss bounce party this Sunday at the Morgan. Read More
BY Intern Kelsie
on Mar 26, 2012
I have repeatedly tried to teach myself to bounce. As much as I wiggle, my ass is just not having it. Because of my own failure (and believe me, I keep trying), I can't help but be impressed by those fly few who can truly shake dat booty. Bounce enthusiasts in New York better hold onto their hot pants: a week long bounce extravaganza is taking over the city starting next Monday, April 2nd. The week of events culminates in an Easter Sunday bounce-a-thon complete with an all girl DJ lineup and an egg hunt, sponsored in part by yours truly here at BUST. Read More
BY Ariana Anderson
on May 16, 2011
Looking to get hot and sweaty this Friday night? Swimming Cities is hosting Motorboatin’ the Dance Party, featuring Dirty Finger (Black Label Bicycle Club, BK) and Rusty Lazer (New Orleans Bounce) as well as a Bike Burlesque act with Heather Loop, aka Ms. Spoke. With only a $5 cover, summer drinks, and cheap beer inside, what more could you want?
Head on over to 97 Wycoff Ave at Hart Street, Brooklyn, NY this Friday, May 27th, from 10 pm until 4 am.
For more information check out the Facebook event. Read More
BY Jules Abraham
on Jun 07, 2010
Daytime soap dramas have got nothing on Screeching Weasel. Over the years Weasel has cast bandmates like they were going out of season, with over 20 people having a claim to Weasel fame. With a history as volatile as one of their own mosh pits, Screeching Weasel fans had to forget about venting their disgruntled 90’s youth after the band went on hiatus back in 2004. That is until now, the Weasel will Screech again!! And of course featuring a whole new line-up, surprisingly sans John Jughead, one of the band’s few regulars. Read More