Sunday, July 14, 2024

Exploring Queer Spaces in the Music Industry

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Kori, Taylor, and Rebecca take a look at queer spaces in the music industry, cover a little history, and discuss why it’s so hard for explicitly queer music videos to crack the mainstream ceiling. Also, we fangirl over Angel Haze.

In fact, just bask in the Haze right now.

And then go listen to our episode:

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Episode Notes

History of Music Videos:

 

Sources (Mean): May 6th, 2011

 

Sources (ME!): April 26th, 2019

 

Sources (Halsey): August 30th, 2017

 

Sources (Angel Haze): 

February 14th, 2014 (Battle Cry); March 10th, 2014 (A Tribe Called Red)

 

Sources (Hayley Kiyoko):

 

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