|« Previous 1 ... 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ... 26 Next »|
|Details253 results - showing 131 - 140|
Since their formation in 2007, Ninjasonik has been dropping teasers in the form of mix tapes and a split record with fellow Brooklynites Japanther, but theyve finally released their debut album, Art School Girls, and it doesn't disappoint.
L.A. lounge tunes with a low-fi feel from arty girl Nite Jem in Good Evening.
Nneka is serious about exposing the concrete jungles she’s seen in Nigeria and Germany, jumping from the political to the very personal in each track of her U.S. debut.
With seven years, several Grammys, and one Wong Kar-wai movie under her belt since her ubiquitous debut (Come Away With Me), Norah Jones releases her fourth record to a musical landscape dominated by panty-flashing, futuristic electro, which makes her laid-back, jazzy pop seem a little bit tame.
This French cover band stretches the possibilities of genre bending by taking punk, post-punk, and New Wave songs by some of our favorite artists (like Talking Heads, Violent Femmes, and Echo and the Bunnymen), and turning them into jazzy, bossa nova, and even country-western tunes on their appropriately titled third album.
OK Go is known more for matching outfits and stylized music videos than for their brand of L.A. power-pop.
For such a tiny nation, Iceland (population: 320,000) has produced a hell of a lot of brilliant musicians over the past two decades.
'West Africa’s best kept secret' brings the rhythm.
Orenda Fink takes a break from her many bandmates with Ask the Night, a folk-filled consideration of the artist’s down-home roots.
Brooklyn duo Orphan's debut album is a glorious cacophony of powersludge.
|« Previous 1 ... 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ... 26 Next »||Results per page:|
On Newsstands Now: June/July 2014
Trending on BUST
July 26, 2014 (1:00 pm - 2:00 pm)
August 07, 2014 (7:00 pm - 9:00 pm)
August 07, 2014 (9:30 pm - 10:30 pm)
August 09, 2014 (7:30 pm - 8:30 pm)
August 21, 2014 (7:00 pm - 9:00 pm)