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go to cake shop tonight.if you:a) love awesome musicb) love adorable boys who play awesome musicc) love to eat vegan cupcakes while you watch adorable boys play awesome musicthen your night is pretty much made. all the way from detroit, the boys from big black cloud are stopping by cake shop to play a show tonight with prince and pearl. super technical and experimental prog rock with a twist. pretty melodies mixed with constant tempo changes, bursts of energetic ... Read More
   Pardon the red face, I was rapping like craz. In the pic above we were tearing up some "Ignition". Calvin also did Snoop which pretty much secured my crush on him. Oh, perhaps you don't know about Calvin yet (that's right first name basis). We reviewed him in the new issue of BUST, which just dropped on BUST today and should be arriving in mailboxes around the world shortly. His debut album is so freakin infectious it hurts. It is no news ... Read More
 BUST Magazine Co-Presents the 5th Annual Estrojam Music and Culture Festival in Chicago!!! Celebrate today's hottest female artists in the independent scene, including Margaret Cho, ESG, The Noisettes, Yo Majesty, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, Kristin Hersh, Bahamadia, Marnie Stern, Psalm One, 8 Inch Betsy and Nicky Click. Plus a fab collection of indie films by women directors, workshops and parties! ... Read More
A few months ago, a mysterious email was sent out from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs  inviting fans to a free and hush-hush performance at the Glasslands Gallery in Brooklyn. There were two performances, each with a capacity of just 100 people and the second show being exclusive to just the ladies-- no vagina, no show. That night, they came, they passed out Zorro masks, and they fucken rocked. Like me, you have no excuse to not have been there. But lucky for us, both ... Read More

Scare Band

BY Dawn in Music Stuff |

I've lost my marbles for Bryan Scary and the Shredding Tears!!! This past weekend, I had the distinct pleasure of getting shot with a beautiful dose of cinematic glam rock when I was introduced to the sound of Brooklyn based band, Bryan Scary and the Shredding Tears. Led by Brian Scary, the band's sound is reminiscent of Queen, The Beatles and Bowie, and also super theatrical like the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Each member was dressed like a character from an old ... Read More