It’s a great time to be queer and/or trans music fan! There was SO MUCH incredible music to cover this month.
A selection of emotionally devastating songs I live in fear of having to emotionally process in public without warning at CVS.
We’ve got a good mix of tunes here this month: some hip-hop and EDM if you’re ready to bounce off that winter chill, some intense vibes and chill folk if you still want to hibernate for a bit — and of course a bunch in between.
Milwaukee based REYNA (Victoriah and Hannah Gabriela Banuelos) has some perfectly crafted queer pop you’ll love, and they’re gearing up for their biggest year yet.
Here’s a bunch of rapid-fire reviews to cover albums, songs, and EPs that may have escaped your notice in 2018.
This month, we have some new queer indie love songs! Too late for your V-Day playlists, but still always welcome.
This month, there are some wintry tracks for relaxing and looking out the window at a rainy day, as well as some upbeat stuff for breaking out of the doldrums. And a bunch of stuff in between.
The first musician or song that you felt in your heart and brain was gay was a big moment for many of us — here are the gay songs we first knew and loved.
Here are some summer tunes for political Oakland barbecues, late night sweaty house parties, or, if you’re like me, enjoying your bed on a Saturday instead of going out.
Some of these songs and/or albums are dark, slow, and ponderous, great for really sinking into your mattress. Most of them, though, are cute, sweet, upbeat tracks that helped me keep going when it seemed like I was going to never leave my house again.
Janelle Monáe made an album just for me and you, and it’s your solemn duty as a queer woman to go and listen to it right at this very second and share all your thoughts and emotions in the comments.
It’s a great time for gay music, like this sweet single about a gal loving her gal pal!
New music for flirting or lonely lesbian nights. Your call!
Celebrate Good Friday with Lesbian Jesus Hayley Kiyoko by buying or streaming “Expectations” right now!
“So tell me why my gods look like you, and tell me why it’s wrong,” King Princess sings to the woman of her affection, promising to keep praying to her and loving her. This is a song about an aching, yearning love that is scared to speak itself out loud but bold enough to keep on loving.
It’s a tongue-in-cheek high five to everyone who’s just trying to get through the damn day, with a hook that’ll be stuck in your head for the rest of the week. You’re welcome.
Here are five just-released albums/EPs/singles you should check out if you like queer women, gay boys, trans women, and the wonderful music that they make.
I met up with singer-songwriter Alex Lahey while on tour at her San Diego show.
Acclaimed pop singer and songwriter Teddy Geiger came out as trans on her Instagram and Twitter.
Depression is not forever because it always ends, and depression is forever because it always comes back. It won’t work if I only want to stay on the days when my brain breaks through the muck. Turn Out The Lights is a meditation on wanting to stay on the very worst days.