ettie “Until I Met U”

"As a queer artist it is important to me to sing my narratives of love and put them out there. When I was growing up I didn’t have the type of love I wanted playing on the radio, and I struggled to find artists I could look up to for it. I want to help other queer people feel seen and know that not only is it normal, but that our love should be celebrated." ettie

MY BABY “sake sake sake”

sake sake sake, their latest studio release, is at its core about innovation; with their constantly evolving sound and presenting themes of our possible future and everything it encapsulates, as well as society's refusal to change until it's too late, the trio has taken it upon themselves to speak about the threats our world is facing, while still bringing forth spirited and groovy melodies.

A. B. Violet – “EQUINOX”

All my tracks are a little insight into my story and mental health matters. Music inspires me, generally: I think it can be so powerful, but it's more about what motivates me, rather than inspires. I always hope that with each track, someone can relate in some way, feel like they're not alone, that their story matters and are encouraged to speak out. EQUINOX is more upbeat than some of my other studio releases, but it's just another way of framing these important issues. The more positive frame is symbolic of the spring equinox and how it's spiritually associated with hope and new beginnings- I think that starts with speaking out, reaching out for help. A.B. Violet

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