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They’re Back with New Music: Boy George & Culture Club, and Robyn too

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Brit queer icon Boy George is back with his (old) new wave band Culture Club and they have just released their first brand new single for 20 years : Let Somebody Love.  It’s from their fourth studio album ‘Life’ which was produced by Future Cut and written by George, Roy Hay, Mikey Craig, Jon Moss and Richie … Continue reading



Manchester’s history of Queer Raving

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  For most queer men (and women) of a certain age(!) The Smiths were the definitive band of the 1980’s that started to really get the city of Manchester in the North of the UK noticed as a major force in music. In the same decade, the city also gave birth to other groundbreaking bands … Continue reading



Jake Shears and his first solo Album

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Jake Shears the openly gay Scissor Sisters frontman has had a very busy year already, and it is only May.  Fresh from his  Broadway debut where is starred in the Tony Award-winning musical Kinky Boots, and hot on the publication of his memoir, Boys Keep Swinging, Shears is now about to  release his first solo album. This first … Continue reading



Be Steadwell sings Queer Love Songs

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When it comes to love, black queer singer/songwriter Be Steadwell seems to like to do things in a slightly different order.  Her first album was called Breakup Songs, which she has chosen to full up with her first full studio album called “Queer Love Songs”.  We are not sure why she chose to release them in that order but … Continue reading



Whitney : Can I Be Me

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  With his new documentary on Whitney Houston one of the best selling pop singers of all time, Nick Broomfield with his co-director Rudi Dolezi, tries really hard not to sensationalize her life story, which is nigh on impossible given the facts of all the traumas and dramas that Houston was involved in.  They did … Continue reading



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