Singer Cory Liner Releases Latest Single, ‘Short Boys Suck’

Taking inspiration from the sound of 2000s “bubblegum” pop, modern hip hop, psychedelic rock, and other genres, and artists such as Charli xcx, Cory Liner has created a unique sound, and has been making waves in the queer scene. This can be heard in all its glory on Cory’s latest single, ‘Short Boys Suck’. Although at first it might seem as though the song is a diss track, it actually examines serious subjects, but using humour as a means by which to bring a light-heartedness to the themes.

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INTERVIEW – ELM On Their New Single, Eurovision Rumours And Staying Creative In Lockdown

Irish queer pop quarter ELM have been creating quite a buzz among pop followers of late with their feelgood pop and striking visuals that carry a message of self love and acceptance, with their most recent release, Golden, perhaps being their best to date.

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‘Faith Over Family’: The Pride Month Anthem From Elton John’s Protégé

James Billett, the man who was, for a while, known as Elton John’s protégé, has just released his new single – ‘Faith Over Family’.

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Rina Sawayama Dedicates New Track To Her ‘Chosen Family’.

Rina Sawayama, the Japanese-British singer and model, has unveiled a new track from her forthcoming album. The song, named ‘Chosen Family’, is a tribute to her queer friends who she now considers family.

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Smashby – ‘Wild One’

Smashby is back with his brand new EP, ‘Wild One’, released on May 18. The 20 year old singer songwriter describes the opening song, and title track, as a song of empowerment for the LGBTQ community. It was produced and mastered by London-based Moseley.

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Palehound Explore Unexpected Loss With ‘If You Met Her’

Palehound has released their second album, ‘A Place I’ll Always Go’. The album was recorded last year at Thump Studios, Brooklyn, assisted by Gabe Wax, who also worked on their 2015 debut album, ‘Dry Food’.

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