BY Emily Rems
in Music Stuff
on May 19, 2010
Attention music fans! By now I'm sure you're all planning on hitting the Warsaw this Sunday for the BUST Spring Craftacular. But did you know that on Saturday, the club is also going to be hosting rock royalty? That's right! On 5/22, none other than legendary glam rockers the New York Dolls will be playing with supercool guests Foxy Shazam and the Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black! Lineups like this don't happen very often, so snap up your tix before they're gone, ... Read More
BUST recently profiled the King and Queenpins of New Orleans Bounce, and now here's your shot to get a taste for yourself!
Big Freedia and Rusty Lazer are bouncin' their way to Brooklyn this friday at Coco66 and there's gonna be azz everywhere-AZZ EVERYWHERE! If you've never been on the frontlines of a bounce dancefloor, you haven't lived! As that addictive triggerman beat seeps into your bloodstream, you won't be able to help but drumroll your muscles into the ... Read More
When I discovered that The Blow was going to be having a show in Brooklyn on the very day of my birth (May 13th,) I actually did a fist pump and exclaimed something along the lines of, "ALL RIGHT!" The last time I had seen Khaela Maricich in action was a few years ago at the Empty Bottle in Chicago where she performed songs off of Paper Television sans the help of her sometimes collaborator Jona Bechtolt. Since that time, Maricich has parted ways with Bechtolt ... Read More
First Aid Kit, the Swedish folk duo comprised of sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg, are making their second trip to the States to promote their album "The Big Black & The Blue," which will be officially released in North America on May 25th. By the strength of their music, it's surprising to find out that Klara and Johanna are just 17 and 19 years old. Klara's deep and powerful voice is reminiscent of such seasoned players as Neko Case, ... Read More
In spite of losing two of their band mates in the past year, John Ptacek and Andy Cobb of The Itchy Hearts have managed to put out an impressive second album titled 'Do Ya Best'. The tracks combine Dylan-esque folk with elements of bluegrass, zydeco, and even a little punk. Even those who normally steer clear of this type of music can find themselves swept up in the ruckus.
The Itchy Hearts will be on a tour of the US this Summer. Check the ... Read More