Sports With Strangers

Have you heard Hunny’s latest single “Sports With Strangers”? There’s really nothing like one of your favorite bands releasing new music to get you hopeful for the future of live music. *sigh* Watch the music video for “Sports With Strangers” below and stream it on your preferred music platform! Photo Credit: @hunnytheband

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An Interview with Mutual

My name is Cameron. My project for the last three or four years has been called “Mutual.” I write and sing all the songs. I play guitar as well and we just put out a new album a little bit ago called “Center.”  You released your latest LP “Center” in late February. What can you […]

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The Betty Take

folklore’s “betty” saga is a trans story A Taylor Swift album is the last place you’d expect to find a transqueer love triangle, yet the much-discussed “betty” saga from Swift’s latest album, folklore, hides exactly that. Only, no one was willing to look for it. So, for the end of Trans Awareness Week and the […]

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Walt Disco – Strange To Know Nothing

Introducing Walt Disco – a quintet from Glasgow  with influences that go further than music and into love, glamour, and androgyny. They’ve gained some fame from their unpredictable live performances. They’re crooning vocals and dark shimmering synth are sure to get your attention. When speaking on their latest single, “Strange To Know Nothing,” Walt Disco […]

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It’s Not a Christmas Album, It’s a State of Mind | Long List of No Hits – Isaac Kuhlman

Long List of No Hits is an album made entirely by Isaac Kuhlman. This means it was written, composed, performed, recorded, edited, mixed, AND mastered just by him. Insane right? This rock album was created through the belief that artists shouldn’t have to stick with one sound especially since rock has a wide array of sounds. Isaac believes […]

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