Category: Queer Music

The Beat: Thadayus Wilson

If you’re looking for the hottest up and coming artists in Seattle’s queer music scene, then look no further than The Beat, hosted by CarLarans. This week we’re joined by makeup artist, songwriter, and lead singer for Thadayus & The Electrofunks, Thadayus Wilson.

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Catch Queer Music Live at Columbia City Theater’s Monthly Proud

Proud is Seattle’s first LGBTQIA monthly show featuring exclusively live singers and musicians, and runs is the 1st Thursday of every month in the Bourbon Bar at the Columbia City Theater. The show will feature singers, musicians, and full bands, and closing every show will be evening host Thadayus and The Electrofunks with an hour set of electronic, upbeat funk music.

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The Beat: Da Qween

It’s The Beat, your destination for talent on the rise right here in Seattle’s queer music scene. Join us as we welcome a performer with raw flows, honest delivery, and bars more solid than the foundation to your house, Da Qween!

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The Beat: Chamel Simmons

Lock the doors, lower the blinds, fire up the smoke machine and put on your heels honey, because we’ve got the best uncensored, unadulterated, and unfiltered queer music Seattle has to offer. Join host CarLarans as they welcome Seattle’s very own Chamel Simmons, y’all!

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Björk, Yaeji, and the Aesthetic Concept of Ma

I am a deeply impractical person, and formerly a chubby, manga-obsessed middle-schooler, which means I’ve long been obsessed with the Japanese art of ikebana, or flower arrangement. It fascinates me for a variety of reasons (its position as an ideal pursuit for generals and accomplished warriors, its spiritual components, its dense, specific visual vocabulary, the fact that I’m a swishy brat who loves flowers) but the aspect of the practice that I’m most fascinated with is its adherence to the aesthetic concept of ma.

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Mary Lambert Returns To The Seattle Stage

Mary Lambert, the Seattle-area songwriter made famous for her feature on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ song, “Same Love,” is returning to the Emerald City stage Oct. 29th to play a set at the Crocodile Café. For one of music’s best – and most vulnerable – stage performers, coming back home will prove both cathartic and joyous.

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