Exclusive Interview: Bronze Avery on his new folk-pop disco track Sea Salt “there’s a great sense of pride when other queer people are inspired to live their truths because I’m doing it in my music”

Yesterday saw the release of LA based queer singer-songwriter-producer Bronze Avery's latest single Sea Salt, featuring Miss Benny. It's a folky fall slow dance anthem to warm the soul with beautifully smooth and sultry vocals and emotional lyrics that cut deep. The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann had an exclusive chat with Bronze Avery about... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Yvie Oddly on her debut album Drag Trap “I wanted to carve out a space for queer people in hip hop”

Experimental drag queen and fine artist Yvie Oddly, aka Jovan Bridges, releases her sickening debut hip hop album Drag Trap on Friday October 23rd. Her unconventional, unpredictable and endlessly creative approach to drag, along with that signature deliciously dirty cackle, and gag-worthy physical contortions, saw her crowned the winner of RuPaul's Drag Race season 11... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Bright Light Bright Light takes us on a guided tour of his new album Fun City “for queer people pop music has always been a kind of safe haven”

The Welsh-born New York City-dwelling queer prince of indie electro pop, Bright Light Bright Light, aka Rod Thomas, is about to unleash his latest album, Fun City. The Queer Review's James Derek Dwyer calls it, "a slick, heartfelt dance floor masterpiece that wears its purple influences as proudly as its star-studded features". And for an... Continue Reading →

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