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Ere! Got some business to discuss. A little birdie tells me it's the BUST Craftacular down York Hall in Bethnal Green this Sunday 12-6pm and some cushty deals are going down. Have a butcher's at this little lot!  1. Georgia Bosson hand-printed note books, usually £8 each, BUST offer 3 for £20.  2.Eclectic Eccentricity Perfect Alignment Necklace, usually £45, BUST price £40! Plus free pair of earrings with purchases over £20 ... Read More
If you're in NYC, get thee to Babeland SoHo this Thursday eve for a sexy holiday crafting party that'll probably blow more than your mind.   Join the BUST crew at Babeland's 43 Mercer Street location (between Grand and Broome) from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. We'll be crafting naughty stockings to grace even the tiniest of NYC mantels; hitting up the sweet Babeland staff for sex toy tips, tricks, and advice; and sippin' on complimentary beers from Brooklyn ... Read More
Illustrator Benjamin Phillips lives in South-East London with a dog who was born without a tail. He describes his own work as "often cynical and fuelled by contradictions being both sweet and sinister at the same time," and we're especially looking forward to him pitching up his easel to offer live portraits this Dec 8 at York Hall. Alice Hubley, writer and Spinning Yarns DJ asked Benjamin a few questions. Have you been to the ... Read More
Just because Halloweekend is over doesn't mean you can't bring a little spooky spirit to your Monday. Last Friday, current BUST coverlady Neko Case performed with her band for NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series. To add to the festivities, the group donned various confusing/weird/awesome costumes for the performance of their unplugged set. The set list included "Night Still Comes," "Calling Cards," and "Local Girl,"--all tracks from her latest release The Worse Things ... Read More
Rad poetry columnist for BUST and former BUST covergirl Amber Tamblyn, in collaboration with filmmakers Beans & Bueller, has made the most uniquely amazing video for the latter’s web series segment, “This One Time.” As the Beans & Bueller website states, the segment “brings the intimate, funny, disturbing, often wasted tales of interesting people to life through puppetry”—a genius idea with hilarious, but also ... Read More