Concert Review: LAYA Is A One-Person Must-See Show

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Emerging from the purple, fluorescent lights, LAYA takes center stage. The crowd shouts as she greets her excited audience, informing everyone this is the last show on her tour. The rhinestone embellished seaming of her black shorts shimmers in the stage lights. Her zebra print gloves come up to her shoulders and accent her matching thigh-high boots and black bra. …

Artist To Watch: Gemma Laurence

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Gemma Laurence’s new song “Lavender” is the perfect example of her incredible story-telling lyrics and ethereal voice. The song is a beautiful message to her friend and it’s highlighted by intricate instrumentals that feel so dreamy and nostalgic. We talked to her about the meaning behind the song and the important of forming a music community. How did you get …

G Flip’s “Waste of Space” Shares An Important Message

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G Flip is definitely an artist you need to know. They perfectly juxtapose vulnerable lyrics with chilling, gorgeous production that all comes together so perfectly. Everyone in their new video for “Waste Of Space” is non binary including the director and the producer. G Flip is on a mission to change the face of the music industry, we talked to …

RAYE Debuts Abstract Visual For Latest Release, “Hard Out Here”

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Pop artist RAYE makes her return to music with brazen new single, “Hard Out Here.” The accompanying music video showcases the artist’s one-of-a-kind style equipped with elaborate outfits, wigs, and dances. Flashy visuals aside, the track’s lyricism is an emotionally charged metaphorical middle finger to the industry. “Hard Out Here” has a high tempo pop beat laden with synths and …

Zolita: We’re Having A Queer Renaissance In Pop Music

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Zolita’s song “Somebody I Fucked Once” was all over my fyp when it came out and for good reason. It’s anthemic and earwormy and the matching visuals bring to mind 2000’s teen movies in the best way. We talked to her about her stunning visuals, her favorite Lady Gaga video, and dealing with imposter syndrome. How did you get started …