Celebrate Brooklyn Pride at this Awesome After Party!

On June 8th, Union Hall in Park Slope, Brooklyn, will be hosting a one of a kind pride after-party featuring queer country musicians from across the US. The artists featured are: Ryan Cassata, Paisley Fields, Mercy Bell, Karen & The Sorrows, and Goldenchild. Doors open up at 7PM and the show will finish up around midnight. Tickets are just $10 and must be purchased in … Continue reading Celebrate Brooklyn Pride at this Awesome After Party!

PRIDE RADAR: Low Life Lolas & their Debut EP “Wolves”

It’s just a week until Pride month begins and the raining swag is rolling out and pride festival line ups are being solidified. We wanted to take this time to introduce you to a band that should definitely be on your radar this pride! Low Life Lolas are based in the queer friendly city of Toronto. We asked the band about their involvement in the … Continue reading PRIDE RADAR: Low Life Lolas & their Debut EP “Wolves”

Shea Freedom Shares Heavy but Inspiring Story of Survival with New Album [Official Interview]

Shea Freedom is a rising transgender singer-songwriter with a voice like an angel and lyrics that sing of equality and freedom. Shea’s new album “Stand Together Now” is nothing short of magnificent as it is filled with soft vocals that echo emotion and an acoustic guitar that mirrors the rhythm of his love-filled heart. It was a privilege to interview this talented artist that stands … Continue reading Shea Freedom Shares Heavy but Inspiring Story of Survival with New Album [Official Interview]

Short Documentary Film “My Trans Native Journey” Hits YouTube

Izaac shares with YouTube: “I am Izaac. I am native as well as transgender. These are my first steps into my native journey. I am part of the Tarahumara tribe.” This film is an important portrayal of Izaac’s journey with transitioning and discovering and understanding his Native identity. Izaac also co-operates an incredible clothing company called “Lemon Boy Clothing Co.” His company’s motto is “Stay … Continue reading Short Documentary Film “My Trans Native Journey” Hits YouTube

Micah Woods Sings Beautifully About the Quest for Love in “Chasing Boys”

Micah Woods has shifted genres a little bit since his last release and what he has done feels and sounds so right. Woods cleverly combines a throwback pop sound with elements of country-Americana music on his newest single “Chasing Boys.” The song, that normalizes his LGBT-identity, starts off with country style guitars. When Micah’s smooth voice hits, the song feels more pop than country for … Continue reading Micah Woods Sings Beautifully About the Quest for Love in “Chasing Boys”

“Love Like That” by Micah Woods is Universal

“Relationships are hard,” Micah Woods says about his new song, “Love Like That.” He says he wrote this pop song about a really difficult time in a relationship when he had to decide whether or not to stay in it, and this emotion is evident. The lyrics are heart-wrenching through the entire song, but with the bridge comes a twist in Micah’s voice. He switches … Continue reading “Love Like That” by Micah Woods is Universal

Common Jack Calls for Empathy with “Old Faded Flag”

  “Old Faded Flag” from Brooklyn-based band Common Jack is a timely political statement about homophobia, sexual assault, and sexism, but more than anything, the song asks us to pay attention to those around us and show them love, no matter how different they are from us. This classic folky song starts with a beautiful piano tapping simple chords and swells seamlessly to this heart … Continue reading Common Jack Calls for Empathy with “Old Faded Flag”