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: Jae Deco on his new single ARTificial “you can hear the aggression in the instrumental…I’d still call it a pop song but it definitely has some experimental-electro energy in it”

Chicago based Jae Deco is an emerging recording artist with an impressive DIY approach to pop music, giving us some unique sounds. As a producer, visual artist, and music video director, Jae creates a striking audiovisual world. With the release of his new single ARTificial The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann spoke exclusively with Jae Deco... Continue Reading →

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