Queer Music

The "Light Me Up" video puts a queer spin on the Hollywood gangster genre.
With "Hard To Love A Man," Nick Deutsch tackles "toxic masculinity" with infectious indie pop.
Michael Blume says he wants to "stir things up" with his funky new EP.
From Greg Scarnici's drag alter ego Levonia Jenkins comes "Werk and Serve and Face," a dancey anthem to help you get through
This week Christeene and award-winning filmmaker PJ Raval (Before You Know It), her longtime music video collaborator, are back with a highly anticipated, in-your-face, cinematic, punk offering, launching an evil new sound and a unique brand of wickedness the world has never seen.
Obituaries are acts of commemoration, remembrance and sometimes of celebration. Remembering the queer aspects of McKuen's life honors his loves, desires and politics. It also affirms the vitality and centrality of queerness in a culture that still too often misreads, misplaces or silences sexual variance.
The glamour, glitz and live spectacle of the Grammy Awards have made the annual show mandatory viewing for many lesbian, gay
Like this new track from bottoms? Head here for the group's Soundcloud or here to check out their EP pre-sale. "The song
Pop girl group Xelle is back with their latest hit -- and it's definitely one of our favorites from the pair yet. You might
This coming weekend, September 12-14, over 100 LGBTQ artists and performers will descend upon Austin, Texas for the inaugural Stargayzer Festival -- an epic 3-day queer music & arts mega-fest, previously unmatched in scale.
The video features a number of performers from the "Queer New World" that is the Brooklyn queer/drag scene, including Dominic
Check out the video above and for more information on "My Gay Banjo" and the duo's tour, head here to visit their website
AFE told The Huffington Post in a statement that "You & Me" marries Allies For Everyone’s anthemic vocal melodies with their
Interested in seeing Nathanson perform at the "Home For The Holidays" event? Click here for more information. "Kinks Shirt
This week I caught up with Seattle's Night Cadet, a brash, bratty foursome whose music is neither brash nor bratty but is probably best described as the band puts it themselves: "queer orchestral dream pop."
Lambert, who has repeatedly emphasized that her performances are safe spaces for all people where crying is acceptable, ensured
I caught up with black-magic electropopper KOORTWAH this week to talk about the video for his new single "forty five," how body fluids inform his artistic process, what it means to be a faceless artist in the age of manufactured celebrity, and much more.