The LA electro-pop artist is emerging as the LGBTQ community's next artist to watch as his fresh breed of pop identity has spread to fans in over 40 different countries.
«Throughout this process, I have learned that our darkness can reign upon us, control us, steer us into all different directions, but in the end, it makes us who we are. I found magic within my art because it’s who I am and it made me even more powerful today than I ever was», Joel Christian said to me.
«Dark Magic» is a seven track album that lyrically finds itself as «dark and relatable» set against an upbeat electronic soundscape. «Rise From The Grave» are the forth track on the album.
Overall, «Dark Magic» provides a glimpse into the mind of Joel Christian over the last few years as he has evolved and embraced himself in an authentic and empowering way. The album reminds listeners that even in the darkest of places, you can find yourself through all of it and come out stronger and better at the end. Remarking on the album, Joel Christian states to LGBTQ Music Chart, «’Dark Magic’ makes you want to dance, you feel the electronic sounds pulse through your body, you can hold onto the lyrics and relate – and to me that’s the magic in the purest form».
I got exclusive peak behind the making of the music video and of course I’ll share it with all of you. Click on the picture to get full view of the pictures.
Todrick Hall latest album «Femuline» has been reimagined and re-released as «Femuline Reloaded». The collection features six additional tracks, including three remixes and three originals.
The band made the video to be an all-inclusive love story – celebrating love regardless of sexual preference or gender, love is love. The band are very progressive and equality is something the band strongly believe in.
Featured on the cover of the September issue of Bear World Magazine, Homer Marrs unveils his new song «Ben», that he describes as «the acoustic ballad Morrissey and Billy Corgan haven’t had the chance to co-write yet».