Category: Queer Music

HEYO Interview Series: Michete

Queerspace Magazine, in partnership with Lifelong, presents the HEYO Interview Series, filmed live at the Big Queer Talent Show at Seattle’s Vera Project. In this episode, your host Lilith welcomes razor sharp singer and songwriter Michete, who talks about her music, her upbringing, and her struggles to date as a trans woman.

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Emma Lee Toyoda Doesn’t Want To Play Your Show

It’s hard not to think about today’s rapidly changing and gentrifying Seattle when listening to the latest single from Emma Lee Toyoda, ‘i don’t wanna play your show.’ The song is raw and punk, like skinning your knee on the concrete floor of a basement house party mosh pit. And then getting up and moshing again anyway. It’s a departure from the more folksy, ethereal, indy sounds of their previous work.

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The Beat: ZELLi

We’re back babies, and this time The Beat, brought to you by Rainbow Rebellion and Queerspace Magazine, is bringing you some black girl magic with the amazingly talented rapper and dancer ZELLi, as she shares her deep roots in the Seattle hip hop scene with CarLarans, then twerks the Re-bar stage for a live performance, including her new single, Thotfull.

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The Beat: Danny Denial

International queer punk rock sensation Danny Denial graces our stage on this episode of The Beat, brought to you by Rainbow Rebellion and Queerspace Magazine, for a hard hitting chat with CarLarans and a stripped down performance of some brand new music!

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Porch Cat Is A Manual For Finding Joy In Cruel Places

It takes a skilled artist to transform dysphoria, loneliness, and chronic illness into catchy punk tunes you can scream along to in a sweaty basement. Chan Benicki of Porch Cat has the chops to do just that. Their music is tinged with anger and sadness, but never sounds pessimistic. For every moment of despair on their latest album, the self-titled Porch Cat, there’s a balancing moment of hope.

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The Beat: Manolito Daniel

Sultry R&B singer and songwriter Manolito Daniel hits up the stage for a live interview and sensational performance of some new music from their upcoming full length EP on the latest episode of The Beat hosted by CarLarans, brought to you by Rainbow Rebellion and Queerspace Magazine!

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The Beat: John Paul Sharp

Queer actor, playwright, musician, and producer John Paul Sharp takes to the stage with a live interview and some new music from their forthcoming double album, all on the latest episode of The Beat hosted by CarLarans, brought to you by Rainbow Rebellion and Queerspace Magazine!

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The Beat: Momma Nikki

Queer Haitian artist, and true Seattle legend, Momma Nikki hits the stage for this episode of The Beat, brought to you by Rainbow Rebellion and Queerspace Magazine, for a chat with CarLarans about the politics of race and queerness as a musician and to perform some blazing hot tracks for you live!

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The Beat: Claire Michelle

This is The Beat, brought to you by Rainbow Rebellion and Queerspace Magazine. If you’re looking for the best of Seattle’s Queer music scene, then you’ve found it, honey! On this episode, CarLarans is joined by Seattle-based, indie rock musician Claire Michelle, who talks about her many life journeys, both literal and figurative, that have led her to become the musician she is today.

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