Rising queer pop star Mike Taveira returns with his new single, «Sex For Breakfast (Ft. Allie X)», from his forthcoming debut EP, «Cut Velvet».
«In the Key of Q» is new podcast series featuring music and conversation with Queer musicians from around the world.
In true punk-rock fashion, veteran country music journalist Rachel Cholst (No Depression, Country Queer, The Boot, Wide Open Country, Adobe & Teardrops) just released queer country music zine, Rainbow Rodeo.
New York based, Entity aka Natalie Diaz, is a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and DJ.
Roger Zambrano has released his debut single «Gone».
Dead Method has announced his brand new single «Dance With The Devil» was released on 21st May through Rose Parade Recording Co.’s Singles Club.
King Mala is an alternative soul artist based in Los Angeles. AKA Areli Castro, the El Paso born musician pens songs which touch on themes from lust, sexuality and badass femininity.
German queer pop musician Neyon released second single «Glammed Up» as part of his current techno glam pop era.
Queer songwriter Sylas Dean releases his debut EP; «American Dreeming», to the tune of synth driven power pop melodies and earworm hooks reminiscent of writers such as Max Martin, Ester Dean, and Leland.
Rising pop sensation HEN drops his latest epic «Devil’s Sound», 80’s-inspired and synth led.
«One Word» is off of his upcoming album bed, which contemplates what it means not to be heterosexual and lead a «traditional life».
Berlin based queer pop singer «Get High» starts his new techno glam pop era in March 2021 with its first single.
J.R. Price is out now with his new «Daydream» EP, featuring its title track: a sparkly, joyful Top40 pop song about finding one’s home in the world.
The dark pop queer artist E. Alvin has arrived in «Blue» delivering a haunted rendition of one of the best dance recording hits from 90’s «Blue (Da Ba Dee)» by the Italian music group Eiffel 65.
Austin queer ghoul-pop trio Stretch Panic are preparing to release their debut LP, Glitter & Gore, on February 19th.