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Shake your groove thang at The Anchor next Thursday, March 10th from 9pm-2am with The Groove Radio -- the longest running, most popular R&B/soul podcast on the internet since 2003! DJs Lil Ray and Suzy Chase will be spinning the funkiest tunes from the 1970s to today, so get ready to get down (and pick up a free copy of BUST Magazine while you're at it!). Read More
I remember the first time I heard Ellie Goulding. That statement sounds like the makings of an “I remember the first time I heard the Beatles” story (well, they are all British). But seriously, I remember the first time I heard Ellie Goulding. It was in 2009 at Cafeteria NYC (you know, the restaurant on “Sex & the City” where Stanford finds out his boyfriend doubles as a male escort named “Paul”). Anyway, Ellie’s cover of Sam Sparro’s “Black and Gold” was playing in the restaurant. Read More
The Dreijer siblings, Karin and Olaf, who make up the Swedish synth pop duo The Knife, don't like to show their faces in public a lot. However, they've volunteered to skill share their musical knowledge in a two day workshop for girls 12 - 18 this June. The workshop is part of Popkollo, a music camp for girls that has over 1600 members and takes place in 6 cities across Sweden. Read More
 Hey BUSTIES, we're giving away two tickets to Melissa Auf der Maur's concert this Thursday March 3rd at New York City's Highline Ballroom. The show starts at 9 and features special guests New York locals The Shining Twins and Leah Siegel. Read More
  Austra (Toronto-based singer/songwriter Katie Stelmanis) took the stage at Brooklyn's tiny, Glasslands Gallery in a fairly undramatic fashion, yet conjured up some dark drama during an hour-long set that was moody, broody, and beautiful. Recently signing to Domino records, she was accompanied by several others on stage, compared to Austra's typical line-up of Stelmanis, drummer Maya Postepski, and bassist Dorian Wolf.  "Young and Gay" chimed with sparkling synths and pulsing drum beats as Stelmanis' chilling, opera-trained pipes belted out rich tones that ebbed and flowed. Read More