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New York is inundated with music festivals, but there's nothing quite like the Tinderbox Music Festival -- an all-female showcase -- which returns to NY on Saturday, September 10th for its second year!BUST Magazine is proud to sponsor Tinderbox, which not only features a diverse lineup of established and emerging female artists, but also donates 100% of their net proceeds to Girls Write Now and the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls. Both organizations provide guidance and opportunities to help empower the next generation of female artists. Read More
A little bit '60s psychedelic revival', a little bit 'garage rock', and all 'up in your face'. Here are two clips of the Pandoras performing for the Los Angeles cable show, "L.A. IN!", circa 1985. This is my kind of band. Read More
It's Friday! Gotta get down…OK, well we all know what comes before Friday, and guess what? If that day didn't excite you before, it will now. Or at least this new mixtape from the Weeknd will. It's called "Thursday" and it's just as smooth and sexy as it's predecessor "House of Balloons", if not more so. Download it today. Read More
The summer might be winding down to a close but that doesn't mean that the music that makes you wanna grab your bike or skateboard and cruise down your nearest boardwalk is ceasing to exist. With their dreamy pop tunes the band Veronica Falls can be compared to favorites like Best Coast. Made up of Roxanne Clifford, Patrick Doyle, James Hoare, and Marion Herbain I'm pretty sure you can find a place to put them among the other jams in your "Summer Time" playlist. Watch the video for "Come On Over" off their self-titled debut LP below. Read More
    "NOLA bounce comes to New York once again! Featuring Big Freedia! The Queen diva! For this night only in Brooklyn! Come out and show your support by shaking yer asses high in the air!" With a promising line-up of Tokyo Police Club, Against Me!, Team Robespierre, Japanther and our BUST sweetie, Big Freedia, the Vans House Party tomorrow should be bananas! This summer series of shows is at the House of Vans which is located on 25 Franklin St. Brooklyn NY. The show is FREE, ALL AGES and start at 7pm. Line starts at 5pm, and you can RSVP at the House of Vans website. Read More