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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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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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Ex-Vampire Weekender Rostam’s New Solo Album Is All About Breaking Out of the Box

The ornate flourishes and neo-classicisms of Vampire Weekend were always credited to former multi-instrumentalist/writer/producer Rostam Batmanglij, and that always had the taint of homophobia to me. Why was the gay member responsible for the more flamboyant aspects of the quartet’s world-music-indie rock, and not Ezra Koenig, their lead singer? To[…]

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New Gang of Four Tribute Album ‘The Problem of Leisure’ Honors Punk’s Greatest Guitarist

Andy Gill was not simply the best guitarist that came out of the punk movement in the late 1970s/early 1980s. He was a great guitarist, period. When he died of multiple organ failure and pneumonia on Feb. 1, 2020 (suspected, but not confirmed, as COVID), I wasn’t able to pen[…]

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How Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s Gay, Controversial Music Videos Shaped the ’80s

Frankie Goes to Hollywood was sadly short-lived, but they remain hugely influential in music — and much of that is thanks to their innovative music videos

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