BUST wants you to know about Light AsylumAccording to their myspace, Shannon Funchess and Bruno Coviello are Williamsburg Brooklyn's answer to the reemergence of new romantics. Like their predecessors, they have a penchant for walking on the dark side while carrying the torch to new dawns of rapturous, post-punk, new wave and industrial sounds.
In other words: really SWEET dance music. And a really good reason to come out to the BUST party at the ... Read More
BY Intern Laura in Music Stuff on Mar 24, 2010 |
Greatness aside, it's about time someone pokes fun at Lady Gaga's wacky video aesthetic. Key of Awesome, who have a weekly musical spoof show on YouTube, call Gaga out on her habits of adorning her hair with everything but the kitchen sink and sometimes substituting her clothes for caution tape. The video also speculates how Gaga got Beyonce to agree to do all of the weird things she wants in the "Telephone" video. ... Read More
BY Susan in Music Stuff on Mar 22, 2010 |
Last minute party going down this Saturday in Williamsburg, Brooklyn from BUST for you! Come one and all to check out some kick ass bands including Awkward Turtles, Hunters, Slingshot Dakota and Light Asylum. Tickets are available at the door for just $7! Doors are at 8pm, and you can get down until the early morning hours of Sunday with us at The Warsaw, 261 Driggs Avenue near the Bedford L or Nassau G. Now you can spend the rest of your week relaxed because you ... Read More
BY Laurie in Music Stuff on Mar 20, 2010 |
Do you love to rock? Then get your wig hats on and get out your high heeled sneakers, we are putting on a big ol' rock show/dance party on March 27th at the Warsaw in Brooklyn! Come help us celebrate our latest Men We Love Issue, and rock out to some fun music. Bands slated to perform:
The Awkward Turtles, Hunters, Light Asylum, and Slingshot Dakota. DJ's Tara Angell and Dirty Finger will be spinning.
It's only 7 bucks at the door, and it's all ages, so ... Read More
BY Kelly McClure in Music Stuff on Mar 20, 2010 |
Yesterday was pretty much amazing. Before even arriving in Austin for SXSW, I knew that I was going to be seeing Hole play at the Spin Magazine party being held at Stubb's BBQ. The organizers of the event sent laminate passes via Fedex, which was fancy and exciting enough, but then when I read "complimentary beverages provided by ..." my excitement level went through the top of my head. So even though excitement was for sure present, there was a certain amount of, ... Read More