BY Kelly McClure
on Feb 04, 2010
I always try to run to the blog bubble here as fast as possible when I discover something cool, in hopes of beating the other ladies to the punch. And it looks like I won! I was just sitting on my bed eating a piece of chicken while wrapped in a blanket, and I came across this new St. Vincent video. This particular video is for the song "Laughing With a Mouth of Blood," and was made by the best comedy duo to ever walk the face of the planet ... Carrie ... Read More
BY Intern Stephanie G
on Feb 01, 2010
Oh Karen O, how we adore thee! It's easy to say we've got nothing but love for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, they graced the cover of BUST back in '06 and are still rocking our worlds to this day. With the release of It's Blitz in 2009, the New York City trio presented fans with something a bit different from their previous guitar-driven garage sound; an album full of synth, glitter, and sweaty dance-all-night tracks.
In the video for "Skeletons", we see a somewhat ... Read More
BY Jamie Doak
on Jan 31, 2010
I really love Top 40's pop/hip hop. Normally, I just tell people that, as a middle school teacher, I have to listen to it so I can relate to my students. But it's all lies. I mean, it does help with the whole relating thing but really it's just so I can dance around my house to Three 6 Mafia.A lot of the time the lyrics are objectifying and gross (the Ying Yang twins got deleted from iTunes one night in a fit of feminist rage). But, if you ... Read More
BY Kelly McClure
on Jan 30, 2010
Surfer Blood's debut album, Astro Coast, was released by Kanine on the 19th, but all the kids have been worked up about them for months. We ran out of room to include a review in our FEB/MAR issue, so HERE IT IS, written with love by our Portland based writer, Elisabeth Wilson.
There are at least two kinds of people who should love Surfer Blood’s debut Astro Coast: people who love '60s hand clappy surf-pop and people who love that '90s indie rock you ... Read More
BY Intern Leala
on Jan 29, 2010
Bounce Music performers and promoters in New Orleans have been invited to a showcase at this year's South By Southwest Music Conference in Austin. They are all creators and originators of what we call Bounce, which has become the music of the streets of New Orleans.
Some of the performers are-
Katey Red, DJ Jubilee, Big Freedia, Partners n' Crime, Vockah Redu, Magnolia Shorty and Miss Tee.
For those that don't know, Bounce Music is merely the latest ... Read More