Whether you’re staying in, waiting in line, or buying a big-screen TV online at 12:01 AM, you could probably use a little more Drake, anyway.
This playlist is best enjoyed in the range of 20 – 20,000 Hz.
Musician Sean Desiree — who alone makes up all parts of the indie band bell’s roar — explains how they juggle being a musician by day with running a furniture-making business by night, how they learned to deal with rejection, and what’s it’s like being a queer person of colour in an industry and genre dominated by straight white men.
The sunglasses! The crop tops! The Timberlands! The neon! Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” is what little me thought slumber parties would be like when I grew up, now with 100 percent more femme4femme glory.
Break out your stew recipes and hot cocoa mix, sharpen your pumpkin-carving knife, unearth your slippers from the back of the closet, press play, and settle in for the fall.
“My hunger for success is a hunger to connect with as many people as possible, and for us all to help each other along this journey. That’s what I thrive on.”
Two of our favorite queer rock stars chat with each other about their new albums, their mental health, and Mariah Carey.
GAYmous’ new video has everything: crystals, spells, tarot, candles, bondage, glitter, and hot femme on femme action.
“Your heart breaks or you realize it’s been broken all along. All this time!”
Queer Bay Area musician Lila Rose wants to talk to you about the circle of life, and how it moves us all.
These are the songs that encompass all the feelings in my tiny heart about getting free, running away, doing the stupid and impossible things that don’t make sense, and figuring it out from there.
It’s lovely and strange how a song can cast light on memories of people you haven’t thought about in years, can press urgently on that soft sad spot we carry for our past.
I have put together a mix that spans genres but never stops screaming “BBQ, Y’ALL!” Which is key, I think.
We hope you and your gal pals enjoy these songs on your Thelma and Louise-esque roadtrip, wherein you play by your own rules, take no prisoners and bring out the best in each other.
Lauren Denitzio uses 12 songs to capture their heart — their rage, their love, their adulthood, their politics — and offer it to the world. In the process, they found the pulse of queerness in 2015 and turned it into a drumbeat.
A homosexy lesbionic experience that takes us right back to t.A.T.u., and this time with no weird schoolgirl outfits.
This video includes a lesbian metal band shredding (on guitars) and a bunch of kittens shredding (your couch).
Joan Jett, quit breaking my heart.
Despite (or maybe because of) her lesbianism and shocking lyrics, she’s smashing into mainstream media and not giving any fucks. You will love her. You are welcome in advance for introducing you to your next favorite album.
This is basically a Drake song written just for you. It ends with a playlist that expresses how much we all miss you and your comments. This online community love thang is worth fighting for so here’s a love letter and 32 songs.