Exclusive single premiere: queer electro pop artist Joel Christian’s gritty dance track Hell Raiser “this song should make you forget your fears”

Today The Queer Review exclusively premieres Hell Raiser by emerging queer electo-pop artist, Joel Christian. The energetic dance track is filled with gritty synths, heavy drops and mysterious glitches that characterise LA based Christian’s niche brand of dark-pop. The first single from his debut album, releasing later this year, Hell Raiser is a dirty night club… Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Mike Taveira on his pansexual pop anthem Curious

Mike Taveira releases his new pansexual pop anthem Curious today along with the official music video featuring RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Monét X Change and Sonique, model Arisce Wanzer and George Todd McLachlan from Showtime’s Shameless. Taveira released his debut single Heart last year, which landed on Billboard Pride’s Queer Necessities playlist and quickly racked up over 100 thousand streams. Growing up without any openly pansexual figures… Continue Reading →

Film Review: The Cypher ★★★1/2

Due to have its world premiere at Tribeca 2020, director Letia Solomon’s gripping short film The Cypher, written by Wes Akwuobi focuses on Khalil (Nigel Cox) as he prepares to face Yung Reap (O’Shay Neal) in a freestyle rap battle in Philadelphia. Wasting no time, the film opens mid-action with the semi-final of The Cypher… Continue Reading →

Film Review: Vote Neil ★★★★

Honora Talbott’s surprisingly moving documentary short Vote Neil was due to have its New York premiere at this month’s Tribeca Film Festival. It is an up close and personal portrait of two US Marine vets, Neil Rafferty who is running for a seat in Alabama’s House of Representatives and his fiancé (now husband) Michael Rudulph,… Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: alt-pop newcomer Luke Baron on his peachy Call Me By Your Name inspired debut single Summer Of ’83 (Call Me By Your Name)

Today, Friday September 18th, sees the release of peachy pop newcomer Luke Baron’s debut single, inspired by one of the most beloved queer movies of recent years (or ever), Luca Guadagnino’s 2017 Oscar-winning Call Me By Your Name, based on the novel by André Aciman. The dreamy anthem, Summer Of ’83 (Call Me By Your… Continue Reading →

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Exclusive Interview: queer pop musician Aish Divine on his throbbing new track BBC “we can’t discuss sexuality without discussing porn’s role in how we understand, consume & express it”

Get those eggplant emojis ready. New York based queer pop singer, writer and composer Aish Divine has just unleashed his throbbing BBC. The video for this pulsating new track has already racked up nearly a quarter of a million views on YouTube in just a few weeks and marks the second offering from his forthcoming… Continue Reading →

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Film Review: Boys On Film 20 Heaven Can Wait

Peccadillo Pictures’ hit LGBTQ short film series Boys on Film has introduced us to a wealth of emerging British and international queer talent over the past two decades. This Monday May 18th sees Peccadillo celebrate its twenieth birthday and the worldwide DVD and VOD (via Vimeo) release of Peccadillo’s twenieth gay short film anthology, Boys… Continue Reading →

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