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Hey there, gay music lovers. Interested in what the 'cool kids' are listening to these days? Today’s music landscape is more diverse than ever, and it seems like a new genre pops up every other week. From major label artists to Indie bands and underground house music gigs, there's a lot to cover. Even before this current golden age of music, LGBTQ people have been expressing themselves through song for decades. Edgy music videos and gender-bending artists have made waves for years, expanding society’s understanding of queer life and ensuring our visibility the world over. Maybe you’re just looking for a hot new LGBTQ artist or band to swoon over, and if so, you’ve come to the right place. You’ll find all of Hornet’s gay music coverage here, from WTF moments on the Grammys red carpet to who just came out of the closet. Get your fill of all things gay with a melody.
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After 14 Years, Queer Indie Pop Royalty The Aluminum Group Are Back With New Music

When brothers John and Frank Navin, dba The Aluminum Group, self-released their debut Wonder Boy in 1995, the landscape of openly LGBTQ artists was sparse, queer content still a novelty amidst the post-grunge alt-rock ascendency. Their sound was unmistakably soft, teasing and, at times, acerbic. Now, 14 years on from[…]

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New Orville Peck Album ‘Bronco’ Seals the Deal: He’s a First-Rate Country Artist

“I cried a lot writing this album. Not to sound dramatic, but it really is the first thing I’ve truly been just so proud of in my life.” So says country’s most intriguing artist about the new Orville Peck album Bronco, his follow-up release to 2019’s Pony, a worldwide introduction to the bejeweled[…]

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The Best Goth Album of the ’80s Was Actually Sung by Alvin and the Chipmunks

When you think of ’80s Goth New Wave music, you probably think of bands like The Cure, Bauhaus, Joy Division and a few others. But what if we told you that the furry trio of Alvin and the Chipmunks deserves to be spoken about among those legends of the genre?[…]

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Mozart Once Wrote a Six-Part Canon About the Ultimate Spiteful Rimjob

Who says classical music can’t be cool? One raunchy Mozart piece of music, a six-part canon called “Lick me in the ass,” is about a rimjob.

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