Tiffany’s Shadows

Shadows isn’t your grandma’s Tiffany album. Gone are the days when Nanna could reminisce about all the times she would couple skate at the roller rink as “Could’ve Been” played over the PA sytem. Tiffany has traded in her jean jacket for leather and soft pop for hard rock. Her last few albums have taken…

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KiKi Holli’s Chemical Love EP

Thanks to this site, people have reached out to me with recommendations of new female or queer artists that they think I might want to follow. I admit that I’m picky when it comes to the music that I like, but sometimes I get turned on to a new diva that fits the bill. That’s…

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Adam Silvera’s The First To Die At The End

Adam Silvera’s new book “The First To Die At The End” is a prequel to his book “They Both Die At The End” from a few years ago. Once again, the title gives away the premise of the book, without any spoilers from me. You’re told who’s dying early on, but the when and how…

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Carly Rae Jepsen’s The Loneliest Time

When I heard Carly Rae Jepsen was coming out with a new, more personal album called The Loneliest Time, I thought she might be a darker and brooding Carly this time around. Nothing says distraught like the album cover; Carly wearing tulle while pensively looking over some fake pears wrapped in pearls and dead flowers…

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Emei’s End Of An Era EP

I just got introduced to singer / songwriter Emei and her debut EP, End Of An Era, that dropped today and I still have a smile on my face. I like having a little humor in my music but I’m not talking Weird Al funny, that gets old quick, I’m talking about Emei’s writing style…

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Natalie Shay’s Milk EP

I’m a total sucker for light fun-loving pop and thankfully Natalie Shay’s Milk EP came across my radar. She slid herself into my music library like she’s always been there. Nestling herself between Natalie Imbruglia and Natasha Bedingfield. I couldn’t have put her in a better place, she’s got the lyrical presence of Natalie and…

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Chloe Moriondo’s Suckerpunch

In my gay opinion, Chloe Moriondo’s new album Suckerpunch has a sound unlike anything they have done previously and unlike anything I have heard before. It’s got a very experimental rock/pop sound, it’s quirky and mildly psychotic. There’s enough Auto-Tuning throughout to make Cher and Rupaul flip their wigs. Britney and Christina get shout-outs on…

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Twinnie’s Bad Bad Bitch

I’ve been a fan of Twinnie’s for a few years now. In my gay opinion, Twinnie’s sound is the perfect mix of country and pop, and her newest single “Bad Bad Bitch” is once again the perfect marriage of the two. When I heard her newest single was called “Bad Bad Bitch,” I knew to…

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Shakespears Sister’s Hormonally Yours 30th Anniversary

I’m not a big celebrator of birthdays or anniversaries. However, when Shakespears Sister announced a 30th anniversary release of their album Hormonally Yours in a CD/DVD duo-pack nestled in a catsuit sequined pouch with autographed pic, how could I say no to buying a gift for the love of my life…I’m talking about myself, of…

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