BY Dawn in General on Aug 13, 2008 |
Thank you to everyone who joined BUST in blowing out the birthday candles with us at our 15-Year Anniversary Party! I can't explain the venue, Spiegelworld, as anything but breath-taking. With a full180 degree view of Manhattan and Brooklyn, the waterfront setting that was complete with hammocks, cabanas, an outdoor dance floor, and 3 circus tents (!!!) was absolutely unbelievable.JD Samson (MEN/Le Tigre) got things started right on the turntables. As ... Read More
BY Sara Graham in Music Stuff on Aug 12, 2008 |
Banging on some drums is just what happened at this year's 88 BoaDrum, which was last Friday (8/8/08) and featured 88 dummers playing an 88-minute-long song! Whew!
This jam happened last year in Brooklyn (on 7/7/07) and was led by Japanese noise rockers the Boredoms (thus, the name Boadrums?). This year, the Boredoms handed off maestro duty to Brooklyn art-rock gurus, Gang Gang Dance. People gathered at ... Read More
BY Sarah J. in General on Aug 10, 2008 |
The Apocalipstix will rock you.
A slam-bam postapocalyptic action-hero fantasy for girls, one part Tank Girl and one part Josie and the Pussycats, it's the story of a band who manages to survive World War III and sets off on the road trip to end all road trips in search of the necessities of life--food, shelter, and roaring crowds.
Writer Ray Fawkes neatly turns rock'n'roll stereotypes on their heads, giving the girls the phallic symbols--guitars and guns--and ... Read More
BY Dawn in General on Aug 08, 2008 |
One of the most unconventional female artists of the 20th century, Lee Miller was admired for her classical beauty, intelligence, and photographic talent. This retrospective showing now at the SF Moma spans her career as a photographer and explores her transformation from muse and model to groundbreaking artist in her own right. Born in New York in 1907, Miller modeled for Vogue before meeting Man Ray in Paris in 1929. Inspired by his work, Miller began creating ... Read More