Music

14 Jan 2010

$3 Jagermeister and Hard Up Dudes at Le Perle Degli Squallor This Sat.

When it comes to setting a mood, few promoters are as adept as DJ Bus Station John.  If you’ve ever been to one of his nights around town, you’ll know the smut envelopes all the senses – from his deft array of bathhouse vinyl to the ample display of cock

Stephen Torres - Threadbare-Fact Finder (Editor, San Francisco) 0
14 Jan 2010

What’s Old Is New: Old Music to (re)Discover

God knows I, along with various other members of Team Broke-Ass have written extensively about contemporary music.  But what of music from the days of yore?  Here are a list of artists that I’ve for some ridiculous reason never taken the time to listen to before, or things that I’ve

Anna G - Caliburg Contributor 1
09 Jan 2010

Floating Kabarette Tonight

There is something extremely sexy about the prospect of attending an event where a lady by the name of ‘œLegs Malone’ will perform.  Galapagos Art Space presents its next installment of its flagship series Floating Kabarette tonight, and the event is FREE to the first 100 attendees.  (And a mere

Danielle Levanas - Bargain Soul Huntress 0
31 Dec 2009

Broke Ass Best Albums of ’09

Look, I know everyone, their mothers, and all of those mothers’ bridge playing friends have made various best of ’09 lists.  Well, whatever, Stuart, Monica, Ashley & I have come up with lists of our own, and you WILL enjoy reading it.  Note: Our lists don’t include any compilations or

Anna G - Caliburg Contributor 5
30 Dec 2009

Humpday Videos: Solipsism Style!

We here at Broke-Ass Stuart remember a kinder, gentler, funkier time when there was an entire network devoted to playing awesome new music videos. Men named Pinfield and women named Idalis would introduce block after block of original music videos from various genres interspersed with interviews with musicians and video

Ashley Friedman - Cornerstore Correspondent 0
23 Dec 2009

HumpDay Video: Adina Howard “Freak Like Me”

We here at Broke-Ass Stuart.com remember a kinder, gentler, funkier time when there was an entire network devoted to playing awesome new music videos. Men named Pinfield and women named Idalis would introduce block after block of original music videos from various genres interspersed with interviews with musicians and video

Ashley Friedman - Cornerstore Correspondent 2
23 Nov 2009

Broke Ass Band Interview: Asteroids Galaxy Tour

Hailing from Copenhagen, these great Danes have been experiencing quite a hot streak.  You may recognize their song, “Around the Bend”, from a recent iPod commerical, or “Hero” from everyone’s favorite guilty pleasure, Gossip Girl.  Their self described alt-pop sound comes alive when they have their backing band that consists

Laura S - Spendthrift Scribe 1