Category » Music Stuff
Oh my goodness, we can hardly contain our excitement right now! Since the premiere of Days Are Gone, we have been basking in the tracks of these lady rock goddesses. As the LA Times put it, "there's probably not a cooler band in America right now." Be sure to check out their performance tonight, December 18th, at 11:35 EST on ABC. Christmas came early this year! Watch their awesome Saturday Night Live debut below, and enjoy tonight's ... Read More
I'm sure by now you've heard about Macaulay Culkin's Velvet Underground parody band, "Pizza Underground," or rather the band that's existed for a year and a half and was recently joined by Culkin. The concept is simple: the band takes Velvet Underground songs and changes the lyrics to make them everything pizza. According to an interview with Vulture, vocalist and Nico impersonator Phoebe Kruetz said Culkin, who she refers to simply as, "Mack," was the "extra ... Read More
You might’ve seen Mannequin Pussy tear up the stage at one of our issue release parties last year, but a lot has been up since then. The raucous Brooklynites have been keeping busy, most recently touring to promote the release of their first full-length album, Gypsy Pervert, in October. This record showcases a mix of Manny Puss’ signature lo-fi punk sensibilities with some chiller rock ‘n’ roll melodies. Vocalist Marisa Dabice will throw ... Read More
 In case you forgot (which I'm SURE you didn't), BUST is having a party at Brooklyn Night Bazaar this Friday, December 20th, and YOU ARE ALL INVITED. We're bringing together fantastic lady-artists SISU, Lizzo, U.S. Girls, and our very own DJ Sheila B. for a free show! Doors open at 6pm at 165 Banker Street at Brooklyn Night Bazaar's new Greenpoint location with free admission to good food, good drank, good mini-golf, and GREAT music. I'll just leave you with ... Read More
As fans of girl rock (durr!) we're super excited about the launch of Brit website thegirlsare.com's first ever print issue of TGA, to complement its up-to-the-minute content online. After growing tired of finding music magazines in the 'men's interest' section, Editor Annette Barlow decided to do something about it. And how glad are we that she did? TGA will finally offer a real alternative to the male-dominated music press here in the ... Read More