It's time to meet the bands playing at our party this Saturday to celebrate our new April/May issue! Pictured above is Derek Watson and Isabel Ibsen of Hunters, a Brooklyn based rock band who give an intense live performance, with lead singer Ibsen's strong, throaty vocals coupled with an unrelenting, driving rhythm section. Their moody, rhythmic beats create the perfect sound to nod your head to and get your dance on. Isabel's firecracker moves ... Read More
BY Susan in Music Stuff on Mar 26, 2010 |
Get excited for Saturday night in Brooklyn! BUST is throwing a party with 4 bands, a rockin' DJ and beats to keep you moving all night long. And now it gets even better: 2 FOR 1 PIEROGIS from 8-9pm. So don't waste time at a restaurant, don't bother with another slice of boring pizza! Instead munch on some Polish soul food while you can drink sodas and water, or if you happen to be 21+ Polish beers and two huge bars are available for your enjoyment! Yes, BUST ladies ... Read More
Peaches, our favorite gender-bending electroclash musician recently featured in our June/July '09 issue, has collaborated with Shunda K on the song "Billionaire" off of her current album I Feel Cream. Never a stranger to costumes, they recorded a video for the song that is a wild, raunchy take on "The Wizard of Oz." Take a look:These two have a lot on their plates lately, with Peaches winning "Electronic Artist of the Year" at the 10th annual ... Read More
BY Intern Laura in Music Stuff on Mar 25, 2010 |
Check out Gossip's latest video for "Pop Goes the World," the third single from their sophmore album Music for Men. Directed by Philip Andelman who has dreamed up videos for the likes of Jay-Z, Silversun Pickuups, and Maxwell, the colorful electric light spectacular is a perfect complement to the song's electro-rock feel.
And don't forget to catch Gossip on their spring/summer tour!
04/17/10 INDIO, CA ... Read More
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