For anyone who has ever felt the loss of a great love, this group of songs is sure to ring true. Noah takes us on a sonic journey into the joy that comes with being seen and loved by another person for the first time, and the disappointment that comes with that youthful love's passing.
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."
This week I talked with Marlee Walchuk about the third annual RightOutTV Music and Video Awards for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex artists. The awards team is accepting submissions worldwide for songs and videos to be evaluated by 37 entertainment industry judges.
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.
I fall into the "happy to be part of the queer artist community" camp, and even I have felt protective over how my sexuality is presented in the context of my music. I can only imagine how my "closeted" peers feel. Nonetheless, here are some anxieties I have felt or hear echoed in my community.
I talked with Marlee Walchuk, co-producer of the second annual RightOutTV Music and Video Awards for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex artists. This is an extraordinary opportunity for LGBT musical artists worldwide.