Music

Phasefest: Come See Homogay Bands In Our Nation’s Capital

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Do you like queer events and music, AND do you happen to live in the DC metropolitan area? If you leapt into the air and screamed “YES,” then check out this weekend’s Queer Music Fesival at DC’s Phase 1, featuring MEN (featuring JD Samson of Le Tigre), Hunter Valentine, and loads of other acts featuring queer performers!

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Bonnaroo 2010: Autostraddle Takes Tennessee

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This weekend, Laneia and Sarah braved the wilds of Tennessee with 80,000 other crazy hippies to enjoy the wonderful world of Bonnaroo. They were hoping to give you regular dispatches from the farm, but the Internet is stupid. So here is everything you ever wanted to know about Bonnaroo, including an epic photo gallery, all in one post!

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The Britney Spears Circus: You Think You Know But You’ve Got No Idea

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Britney Spears brings her Circus to Australia and gets crucified by the media for noticing what we’ve known forevs: the girl lip syncs. But how was the show? If you like flashes of teenaged man-abs, ballads sung sweetly on swings and caged pole-dancing – and who doesn’t? – join us on our journey into the Circus with the Autostraddle Concert Review.

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Metric Australia: Audiostraddle Concert Review

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Canadian rockers Metric finally bring their powerful, crowd-pleasing synth rock to Australia. Indie heart-throb Emily Haines wins over a hardcore Melbourne crowd with smoking hotness and idiosyncratic dance moves, requests a spliff and receives candy instead. Audiostraddle’s contributing writer Isabelle takes us there.

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Pink’s “Funhouse: The Tour” Makes 58 Sold-Out Dates in Australia – The Autostraddle Concert Report

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Photographer Stef Mitchell & Autostraddle Deputy Music Editor/Australian Specialist Crystal report from the trenches of the Outback’s Outbreak of Pink Fever. Lady Gaga Who? “Even the most passionate Pink fans couldn’t have predicted that this feisty pop star was capable of selling out a whooping 58 stadium shows in a country with only 21 million […]