Music Posts Tagged as 'Drag'
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Alright - CYN
Naturally Pretty Girls - Elle King
The Big Girl
Soak It Up
Bloom (Rokston Remix) - Troye Sivan
Giulio Dilemmi Black/White Tribal
TRR Photo - Giulio Dilemmi
Take My Breath Away
Male Belly Dancer
Wonk The Movie
WE Party FAKE
A celebration. 18-Jan-2018
Sateen is the glam pop band that shows two queer women exploring their truth
In case you didn’t know, Sateen is a band. The high glam, high femme duo hails from New York, which is where Queen Sateen and Exquisite craft dreamy dance tunes to get you out of your head and onto your feet. The band is now putting out a new EP, which takes their electric energy to a whole new level.
We definitely think the aesthetic side of our band is just as important as the music itself. Sateen arises out of the whole Brooklyn, indie rock scene of the late 2000s. We started doing drag as a reaction to the stale visual presentation of the bands that we were seeing at that time. They were wearing a lot of black, usually doing the jeans and a t-shirt kind of look.
Meet Pabllo Vittar: Major Lazer's Favorite Brazilian Drag Queen
Just like Americans pick a summer song, Brazilians choose the hit from Carnival -- usually a catchy song, with a great choreography, sang by everyone during the most colorful holiday of the country.
Axé music and funk music already had their shots. In 2017, there was no competition: The outrageous pop song “Todo Dia,” a collaboration between the drag queen Pabllo Vittar and Rico Dalasam, was heard everywhere.
Pabllo's success caught the attention of Diplo and Major Lazer, and she was invited to record the song “Sua Cara” with Brazilian pop star Anitta, which is part of the group’s EP Know No Better, released June 1.
Drag Legend Kevin Aviance Calls Out ‘Puppets of the NRA’ in ‘Gays Against Guns’ Video: INTERVIEW
The gender-bending NYC house-music and drag artist Kevin Aviance tore up nineties dance floors with fierce tracks like “Din Da Da” and “Cunty,” then was the victim of a brutal 2006 gaybashing (in which the attackers all pled guilty).
But these days, after several tough post-bashing years of therapy and healing, Aviance is back in the studio under his Samuri label with DJ Uri Dalal, having just put out this video for the activist group Gays Against Guns that calls out all U.S. Senators facing reelection next week who’ve taken money from the National Rifle Association in return for blocking laws that could play a role in preventing mass shootings like the June 12 massacre at Orlando’s Pulse LGBTQ nightclub.
Towleroad caught up with the always-fierce-and-fabulous Aviance…