BY Amy Carlberg
in Music Stuff
on Jun 04, 2014
Whoa! What was that?! Kimbra's music video for "90s Music" is 100% in the 21st century.
Internet commenters who lament the unoriginality of the new music video, directed by Justin Francis, probably didn't grow up in the 90s or get the various pop culture references peppered throughout. You might say that making a video which spoofs or examines these things is unoriginal since the 90s are so trendy right now. But I think Kimbra is trying to explore our ... Read More
New year, new tracks: BUST is giving you an exclusive first-look at the music video "Find Your Home" from Nashville-based singer/pianist Anna Haas, whose jazzy vocals and vintage-styled aesthetic matched perfectly to the clips, which are culled almost entirely from old films of her late grandmother as a young girl growing up in NYC.
Haas was touched and inspired by the footage, which she came across while rummaging through her great grandfather's film reels. Some ... Read More
BY Amy Bucknam
on Nov 12, 2012
Remember those days on the playground at recess, running around wild and playing hand games with your friends? You know what I’m talking about. There were millions of them – Miss Mary Mack was the queen of these rhythmic narratives.
For example, I personally remember playing this one called “Shame Shame Shame” in the playground as a kid. If you’re not familiar with this one, the adorable little girl in the video below ... Read More
Boy Meets World fans out there may be in for a big surprise; rumors have been circulating about a possible sequel series to the beloved show, tentatively called Girl Meets World, which will be centered around Cory and Topanga’s preteen daughter.
The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that the Disney Channel has been in talks with the former series' executive producer Michael Jacob on a possible series sequel, but there is no word out yet on whether original ... Read More
BY Maggie Carr
on Oct 31, 2012
Happy Halloween, y'all! In the spirit of this spooky day, check out this collection of BUST staffers in childhood costumes. They're guaranteed to make you "boo" and "aww."
Creative Director Laurie Henzel
"This is not Instagram'd!"
Senior Editor Molly Simms
"Me as a vampire, age 8. I was so afraid of my own face makeup that I avoided looking at myself in any mirrors that night."
Event and Promotions ... Read More
BY Kaitlin Cole
on Oct 17, 2012
Do y’all remember Lisa Frank? The super colorful school supplies covered in unicorns and dogs and other adorable animals? I can definitely recall snatching up every notebook and folder that was covered in dolphins (one of mine and Lisa Frank’s favorite motifs) and fluorescent colors for my elementary school studies.
Well, Urban Outfitters is currently offering tons of vintage Lisa Frank merch - binders with a purple panda painting a rainbow picture ... Read More
At only 12 years old, Jeremiah McDonald made a videotape for himself to watch in the future. The now 32-year-old actor and filmmaker recently unearthed the old video and made another, 20 years later, in which he pops in the tape, pours himself a drink, and has a conversation with a younger, curious version of himself. From asking if his old pets are still alive to making sure he still likes Dr. Who, the results are both hilarious and poignant. And here I thought I ... Read More
BY Emma Orlow
in Style File
on Jul 03, 2012
Have you ever read Retromania by Simon Reynolds? It’s this book that traces our society’s fixation on the past, and the concept of "retro." Sometimes, when I’m feeling really deep, I’ll ponder some of these questions for myself. Mostly, I wonder if holding onto nostalgia can ever truly be inhibiting like everybody makes it out to be.
Although I wasn't alive in the 60s, I have an intense emotional attachment to British Invasion ... Read More
BY Intern Lauren
on Jun 11, 2012
In today's world, where 12-year-olds are engrossed in their iPhones, and substituting a phone call in place of a text message is nearly inconceivable, technology like Nokia’s indestructible brick of a cell phone and the VCR that’s currently collecting dust in your basement (if not already inhabiting a dumpster) seems prehistoric. But thanks to nostalgic noise enthusiast Brendan Chilcutt—the face behind The Museum of Endangered ... Read More