Biianco talks creativity, representation and their new single, Pins and Needles

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“You have to kill your plants a few times before they thrive” BY SAMANTHA GRIERSON, IMAGE VIA BIAANCO ON INSTAGRAM I caught up with Biianco in Canada, where they are recording a new Mix Tape. Transported virtually, I can see that the LA vibe travels with them as they wander through the Vancouver streets, chatting [….]

Why we love Welsh soul artist Nia Wyn

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We’re counting down the days till her next show – see you there, DIVAs! BY ELEANOR NOYCE, IMAGE BY FEAR OF MUSIC Fancy a slice of soul? Welsh artist Nia Wyn is one of the most exciting voices on the contemporary music scene, and with the support of fellow LGBTQIA+ artist Tom King, she makes [….]

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Six bisexual awakenings for women and non-binary people that defined the 2000s

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Bi moments of realisation from the defining decade that was the ’00s BY ELLA DEVEREUX To celebrate Bi Awareness Week we’re taking you on a whistle-stop tour of the most universal bisexual awakenings of the 2000s. Lola in Shark Tale What was it about a gold-digging lionfish that just made us dribble? Lola (voiced by [….]

Six songs for every bisexual mood

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Whether you’re crushing on someone or feeling reflective, there’s a song for every vibe. BY ELLA DEVEREUX, IMAGE VIA PEXELS The bisexual experience is different for everyone. Whether you’re crushing on someone, feeling reflective or struggling to come to terms with yourself, there’s a song for every mood.  Softly – Clairo Softly sees Clairo talking [….]

REVIEW: Melissa Etheridge – One Way Out

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This new album is undoubtedly classic Melissa Etheridge BY SAMANTHA GRIERSON, IMAGE BY MELISSA ETHERIDGE. With the opening riff of One Way Out, I’m transported back to the 1995 album Your Little Secret playing on the headphones of my CD Walkman. This new album is undoubtedly classic Melissa Etheridge. The substantial guitar and seductive harmonica [….]

Confessional: An intimate interview with Janet Devlin

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“I wrote poetry rather than songs, it took the pressure off. I can’t write when I’m in survival mode” BY SAMANTHA GRIERSON, IMAGE BY CLAIRE BROWN In a grey and uninspiring room, I met with Janet Devlin. She’s pre performance and taking time out before she takes the stage for the third night of her Confessional tour, [….]

Arlo Parks swoops the Mercury Prize in a euphoric moment for #WLW visibility

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From Caroline to For Violet, Collapsed In Sunbeams champions queer love stories, and indeed, queer heartbreak BY ELEANOR NOYCE, IMAGE BY ALEXANDRA WAESPI In a jubilant moment for queer representation, Arlo Parks has swooped the 2021 Hyundai Mercury Prize for Album of the Year. Her debut, Collapsed In Sunbeams, was released on 29 January 2021 [….]