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Queer Music Information: Thunderpuss introduced for BearDance; new music by Sam Smith, Maneskin;

Sam Smith with Koffee and Jessie Reyez on “Gimme.” (Courtesy pictures)

QMN is a smattering of what is going on on in music by LGBTQ artists and the artists we love.

DJ duo Thunderpuss introduced for BearDance’s Angels and Demons

With quiet fanfare, BearDance organizers dropped large information at the moment. On its socials, the nonprofit dance social gathering that occurs throughout the Texas Bear Spherical-Up posted this picture to announce its headlining DJs:

The manufacturing staff of Barry Harris and Chris Cox made waves by remixing all the iconic divas of the ’90s together with Madonna, Britney, Cher nevertheless it was their breakout remix manufacturing of “It is Not Proper however It is Okay” by Whitney Houston that put them on the map. Between 1997-2003, they had been churning out hit remixes till they parted methods in 2003, every occurring to supply and remix common artists on their very own.

Because of Whitney, the 2 reunited for “Do not Cry for Me” by the singer that’s discovered on the I Wanna Dance with Someone soundtrack. The music is a canopy of CeCe Winans’ “Do not Cry” and was recorded on the AIDS profit live performance Dedication to Life in 1994.

With all these hits and divas below their belt, Thunderpuss’ DJ set ought to seemingly be legendary.

BearDance: Angels and Demons can be March 17 at Station 4 and ticket gross sales can be open to the general public.

New music by:

Grammy nominee Måneskin tells the “Gossip”

Måneskin

The Italian rock band is making waves with this infectious new single and video. The one is from the band’s upcoming album RUSH! set for launch on Jan. 20. Måneskin is up for finest new artist at this 12 months’s Grammys.

The music and video function Rage In opposition to the Machine’s Tom Morello

“The music originated from a riff which Thomas had written a while in the past and which we had been holding onto for a very long time which we stored growing. Then the icon Tom Morello joined and introduced one thing further to the basic uptempo Måneskin cheerfulness.” bisexual band member Victoria De Angelis mentioned in a press launch.

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Queer singer MAY-A will make you “Sweat”

Nominated for Rolling Stone Australia’s “Finest New Artist” award and touted by Billboard as “a grasp class in indie pop,” Australian singer MAY-A made her debut with 2021’s Do not Kiss Ur Buddies. Her new single, “Sweat You Out My System,” out this Friday, finds the singer exploring and experimenting with all new vibes.

“Writing ‘Sweat You Out My System’ felt prefer it opened so many doorways in my mind to different sorts of music I am excited to make,” she mentioned within the music announcement. “A structured collage of rap-style moments, guitar riffs, yelling and hooks.”

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Alt-pop lesbian Zolita to drop new album

Zolita will launch her latest single “Ashley” on Wednesday to preview her upcoming Falling Out / Falling In EP scheduled for launch on Feb. 10. We’ll put up the video when embargo opens, however within the meantime, take a look at her trilogy of movies for “Someone I Fucked As soon as,” “Single in September” and “I Fucking Love You” for an entire lesbian narrative in music.

Pop famous person Sam Smith shares “Gimme”

Contemporary off their current tour announcement and the sensational hit “Unholy” with Kim Petras, Sam Smith will get us prepared for his or her new album Glory Popping out later this month. The Grammy-winner launched “Gimme” on Friday together with the video. The dancehall impressed music options Jamaican reggae/rap artist Koffee together with Jessie Reyez who will be part of Smith on tour as their supporting act. Smith’s fourth full-release can be out Jan. 27.

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Live performance Calendar

Feb. 2 and three: Ryan Bingham at Billy Bob’s.

Feb. 10: Bruce Springsteen and the E Road Band at American Airways Heart.

Feb. 11: Demise Cab for Cutie at The Manufacturing facility in Deep Ellum.

Feb 17: Trixie and Katya Stay at Texas Belief CU Theater At Grand Prairie.

Feb. 24: Erykah Badu at The Manufacturing facility in Deep Ellum.

Feb. 26: Maggie Rogers at The Manufacturing facility in Deep Ellum.

March 2: Betty Who, Shea Coulee at The Echo Lounge.

March 2: Adore Delano on the Kessler.

March 3: Jake Wesley Rogers at HOB within the Cambridge Room.

March 8: Carrie Underwood at American Airways Heart.

March 17: Thunderpuss at Station 4.

March 22 and 23: The Magnetic Fields on the Kessler.

March 31-April 2: Taylor Swift at Arlington Stadium.

April 8: Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks at AT&T Stadium.

April 13-15: Lyle Lovett on the Majestic Theatre.

April 23: Latrice Royale at Bushes.

Might 6: Ed Sheeran at AT&T Stadium.

June 2: Janet Jackson at Dos Equis Pavilion.

July 21: Shania Twain at Dos Equis Pavilion.

Sept. 7: Sam Smith at Dickies Area.

Sept. 29: P!nk, Brandi Carlile at Globe Life Area.

Oct. 13: Shania Twain at Dickies Area.

–Wealthy Lopez

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