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Stain The Canvas Turns “Unholy” On Heavy Sam Smith & Kim Petras Cover

Following the release of November 2023’s All Fine / eniF llA (Deluxe Edition), Milan-based Stain The Canvas has just unleashed their raucous cover of “Unholy,” originally performed by Sam Smith and Kim Petras. The modern heavy rock quintet transformed the Billboard chart-topping hit with haunting whispers, urgent screams, a thrilling breakdown, and a hardcore conclusion. Check out the unique reworking of “Unholy” below. “Our version of ‘Unholy ‘has a complete[ly] different meaning from the original one: it’s a way much darker song about a psychopath who starts fantasizing about an affair between him and a married man he met, thinking… Read more »


Kim Petras Aims To “Feed The Beast” On Debut Album

Last night Kim Petras finally shared the album art and track listing for her upcoming debut album Feed The Beast. The new record is due out June 23rd and features many hard-hitting artists like her collaboration with Sam Smith on the popular track “Unholy“. The record also features Nicki Minaj on the most recent single, “Alone“, and will have Banks on the currently unreleased album track, “Bait”. Kim Petras appears like a Game Of Thrones character on the album cover. She boasts long, sharp nails, wet hair and is wrapped in a chain link. The juxtaposition between the dark blue… Read more »


Kim Petras and Nicki Minaj Shine On “Alone”

Grammy-winning pop icon Kim Petras has dropped her first single, “Alone,” since her monumental win at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards in February. Taking home the award for best Pop Duo/Group Performance with Sam Smith for their collaborative track “Unholy,” Petras was the first trans artist to win a major category at the Grammy’s and the second trans artist to win a Grammy ever. Now, she has unleashed her dance-worthy “Alone” featuring the iconic rapper, Nicki Minaj.  This is the duo we never knew we needed. Petras showcases her beautiful voice over the well-known sample “Better Off Alone” by Alice Deejay.… Read more »


Get Your Playlist Ready: Kim Petras – “brrr”

Kim Petras is already an icon. She has released several hit pop singles and toured an incredible amount. Kim is also the first openly transgender solo artist to reach #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and to have a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. She’s been busy making waves and doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Not only will she be making her late-night TV debut with Seth Meyers on January 23rd but it’s all in the name of her new single “brrr”. Petras picks up where “Icy” left off and it just gets cooler. The… Read more »


A Strong Will To Survive | Hector Fonseca

DJ/Producer ⁠Hector Fonseca⁠ came up in early 2000s NYC with Mark Ronson, Samantha Ronson and Honey Dijon at the intersection of the underground New York, Queer, Latino, fashion, and House music scenes. Over a career spanning 20+ years, Hector has risen towards the top of global queer dance culture, touring the world, headlining festivals, and amassing over twenty #1 Billboard-charting remixes for artists including Lady Gaga, Sia and Rihanna. Now Hector runs his record label ⁠Audio4Play⁠, nurturing and giving voice to independent artists while he continues to explore his artistry. In this episode, Hector sits down to reflect on his… Read more »


HotWax Drop Rebellious New Track “Phone Machine”

Don’t underestimate teenage bands: they’re unstoppable. Their drive, ambition, and carefree attitudes toward life and the world around them don’t make them naive; these traits just make them better at tapping into their vulnerable sides. Whether this means sadness, rage, or cautious contentment, the three members of the punk trio HotWax are proving this to be true with their latest single, “Phone Machine.”  Mixing distorted guitars with Bikini Kill-esque vocal melodies, “Phone Machine” is a refreshing new take on the ‘90s feminist punk sound. The music video holds the same DIY attitude, showcasing the members of HotWax performing the track… Read more »


poptropicaslutz! Show Their “True Colors” On New Single

If you want to relive your MySpace era, poptropicaslutz! is the duo for you. Blending their passion for early 2000s emo, SoundCloud rap, and the stylistic autotune of Hellogoodbye, Christian Cicilia and Nick Crawford are back at it again with their new single, “True Colors.” Marking the third single off of their upcoming debut album Face For The Radio, poptropicaslutz! highlights their sonic maturity through textured production and suave lyrics. Possessing the charm and sexiness of 2010s bands like The Cab, “True Colors” shows off what the duo does best: writing complex and dynamic pop songs best visualized as colorful… Read more »


We Need To Revive Lilith Fair: The All-Female Music Festival

“Did you know there was an all female music festival back in the 90’s?” My mother asked me this question a few weeks ago as we were getting ready to go out to dinner. Standing side by side in my hall bathroom, making some last minute touches to our hair and outfits, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) blasted from the living room speakers. My mom has always been my go-to when it comes to women in music, exposing me to an endless slew of amazing female artists as I grew up. The conversation started as we praised Taylor Swift for the… Read more »

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