Join Jetspace Magazine’s Sam Chapman and Nome for the SubQulture podcast, your portal to the world of queer music, arts, and media. This week they discuss the movie Kiki, Lady Gaga’s Superbowl appearance, and, after Beyoncé’s latest snubbing, the need for more diversity at the Grammy’s
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Sam Chapman is a human who lives and writes in Seattle, Washington. After growing up in Spokane and graduating from Pacific Lutheran University, desirous of more widespread awareness of composting and mold, he moved to the big city, and has never looked back. Except sometimes when he has. He enjoys music, eating at Beth’s Cafe and scrapbooking pictures of Patti Smith. He dislikes people who are rude to waiters, sunburns, and how your hands smell after chopping garlic. On top of covering music for Jetspace Magazine, he also posts his thoughts about music and life (but mostly music) on his personal blog.
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SubQulture: Kiki, Gaga, and the Grammys
by Sam Chapman, Queerspace Magazine
February 14, 2017
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