"Dysphoria"by Lavender Rodriguez is the type of statement song that could only come from a place of queerness, and it's bound to become a hymn for queer people - especially the trans and non-binary youth.
After a hard breakup with his former partner, LEUER eventually found new love again - and the life-changing kind. In his latest single, "I Can't Believe I Found You", LEUER sings about finding someone that is exactly the right fit and everything about them brings you joy and hope for a long life together. It's the purest of feelings and one that does not come around often.
"I Am Not a Stranger Here" by Sparkbird was recently the most-voted song to be revisited after a survey amongst their fans on Patreon, and it's easy to understand why.
The EP is made up of five tracks and a remix, including her stunning debut single "Coming Down" from last year. Over the course of the album, Sabrina Movitz shows an incredible amount of range and versatility even this early in her career.
Slow Violence by Occurrence is a massive collection of twenty-two songs, showcasing all of the trio’s abilities at once. Over the course of the record, we see the band creating powerful music, with dreamy atmospheres and vocal melodies alongside crashing percussion and a somewhat industrial influence.
"This song is about every breakup, ever. I mined all the details of my relationships as if they were film stills or a slide projector show, really trying to make it visually resonant", singer Cat Hollyer herself says of "The Remote Past Tense" by Occurrence
In a world that's pretty keen on moving backwards whenever it gets the chance, Penelope Pettigrew brings a new focus on celebrating the Bi+ community and your authentic self. Embrace yourself for who you are and don't let the haters and naysayers bring you down!
While the first instinct upon seeing a fading friendship is to try and keep it going, Keelah Tay addresses the burnout of feelings that brings, and eloquently points out that it's best to let it run its course - "let go & rest from our time zone changes".
Ethos: Son of a Sharecropper is a personal album that explores the identity of Terry Blade. It presents us with a complex individual making us realize just how our own ethos is influenced by different factors: race, sexuality, history, culture, friends family, life events and many more.
"Due to the illness, I had developed, I missed the university application deadline so after my final year of school was over, I took a gap year. Unfortunately, I was too sick to do anything exciting, but as a reward for putting up with it all, my dad got me a laptop and for the first time I was able to experiment with the production of some of the songs I had been writing." Jeremy M