Posts tagged "LGBTQIA+"

Q+A: Five minutes with Cormac

It’s early morning, but it feels like last night never ended. Fresh sunlight has begun to filter through the slats of the blinds lining the immense windows of the Panorama Bar, still swarming with the dewy bodies of club kids draped in the finery of two nights ago. Click-clacking fans

Five people were killed and at least 25 others injured after a shooting at Club Q, an LGBTQIA+ nightlife venue in Colorado Springs this past weekend. It is suspected to have been a hate crime. The shooting happened just before midnight on Saturday, following a drag performance at the club,

This Pride Month, we’re feeling especially proud. That’s why we’re speaking with rising LGBTQIA+ artists all month about their music, influences, and what ‘pride’ means to them. Today, it’s Bec Sandridge.    Bec Sandridge wants to collaborate with Robyn. It’s easy to see why, and it’s a collaboration that’s entirely

This Pride month, we’re feeling particularly proud. So we reached out to LGBTQIA+ icons and allies alike and asked them to compile a playlist of their all-time ultimate Pride anthems. Today, we have a collection of iconic pop and club hits curated by Australian pop superstars, Cub Sport, who when

This Pride Month, we’re feeling especially proud. That’s why we’re speaking with rising LGBTQIA+ artists all month about their music, influences, and what ‘pride’ means to them. Today, it’s emerging pop talent Shobsy.  A singer/songwriter from Dublin, Shobsy’s music combines anthemic stadium pop nostalgia with contemporary soundscapes. From the moment

This Pride month, we’re feeling particularly proud. So we reached out to LGBTQIA+ icons and allies alike and asked them to compile a playlist of their all-time ultimate Pride anthems. First up is a collection of underground house, disco, and synthpop bangers from all LGBTQIA+ artists curated by none other

Berlin’s Gegen, a queer focussed nightlife collective and label, have released their third compilation, SPHINX. The compilation features four original techno productions from Gegen affiliated acts.  Artists contributing to the compilation include Berlin’s Christian Marras, who opens the set with industrial techno track Asymmetric, and the UK’s JocFarr. The B-side

London based DJ and promoter Samantha Togni has launched a vinyl label showcasing trans, queer, non-binary, and female musicians under the Boudica name. Togni launched Boudica as a party series before transitioning to a music conference in 2020 with panel discussions and conversations around important issues in the electronic music

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