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KUČKA shares debut album ‘Wrestling’ alongside single ‘Your World’

KUČKA shares debut album ‘Wrestling’ alongside single ‘Your World’

Today, KUČKA, finally shares her debut album Wrestling, out now via Soothsayer / LuckyMe. Binding R&B, jazz, new age and electro influences together to create autobiographical stories on growth, love and journeying. Her debut album is the result of a tough but fruitful transition in her life, spanning love, conflict, sexuality and maturity. The result […]

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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under’ reveal official podcast with Justin Hill

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under’ reveal official podcast with Justin Hill

The Hit Network today announced Justin Hill as the host of Stan Original RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under: The Podcast to coincide with the debut of the eight-part Stan Original Series RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under premiering Saturday May 1. A Hit Network production, created exclusively with Stan, will be available to stream on LiSTNR […]

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Jessie Ware shares ‘Please’ ahead of ‘What’s Your Pleasure’ platinum edition

Jessie Ware shares ‘Please’ ahead of ‘What’s Your Pleasure’ platinum edition

2021 has been an incredible year so far for Jessie Ware. What’s Your Pleasure? re-entered the UK Top 10 following a brilliant Graham Norton performance of Remember Where You Are which has proved itself to be one of Jessie’s most connective singles to date. In addition, Jessie has two BRITs nominations, one for Female Solo artist […]

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Absolute Kylie: Spank Perth bring the ultimate Kylie tribute to The Rechabite

Absolute Kylie: Spank Perth bring the ultimate Kylie tribute to The Rechabite

Spank Perth are bringing the ultimate Kylie Minogue tribute show and dance party to The Rechabite this weekend, and your disco needs you! WA’s premier Kylie impersonator Absolute Kylie is teaming up with the Spank team for a celebration of all your favourite Kylie tracks, and a selection of 80s, 90s and disco hits from […]

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Mykki Blanco drops dreamy single ‘Love Me’ ahead of mini-album release

Mykki Blanco is excited to announce the June 18 release of a new mini-album, Broken Hearts & Beauty Sleep via Transgressive Records. The album will be available digitally on that date with the physical formats available on October 1. It marks Blanco’s first official release in nearly five years since their debut full-length Mykki album. […]

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Bibliophile | Lucy Lord makes ‘Food for the Soul’

Food for the Soul by Lucy Lord Harper Collins Originally from the UK, but now living in Australia, Lucy Lord knows firsthand what it is like to live on ‘convenience foods’. Leaving home at 17 to go to university, she thrived on take away food, snacks and drinks before deciding to shed the weight she’d […]

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TransFolk of WA warn against sensationalised stories on mental health

TransFolk of WA warn against sensationalised stories on mental health

Warning: This article contains mentions of suicide. Advocacy and support organisation TransFolk of WA have released a statement regarding an article on a young trans person published in WA media last week. On Tuesday 20th April, The West Australian had reported on the case of the two parents in dispute over the arrangements for the funeral of […]

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Rosé and Gottmik head down under with Omg Hey Gorge tour

Rosé and Gottmik head down under with Omg Hey Gorge tour

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 13 finalists and fan favorites Rosé and Gottmik are heading to Australia in 2022. After two stellar runs for both queens on the latest season of the US drag competition, NYC’s singing fashion clown and the cis-tem crasher are teaming up for a full production tour. The two performers were both in […]

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WA film ‘Greenfield’ explores masculinity and homophobia in rural towns

WA film ‘Greenfield’ explores masculinity and homophobia in rural towns

A new West Aussie film exploring masculinity in crisis and homophobia is hosting special pre-release screenings this weekend. Greenfield centres on isolation, rejection and homophobia in rural Australian communities, filmed in the central Wheatbelt town of Merredin. Protagonist James returns to Greenfield to win back his former girlfriend Kelly, but things go awry when her […]

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IDAHoBIT 2021: Let’s talk about culture, community & identity

IDAHoBIT 2021: Let’s talk about culture, community & identity

Join the team from Connection and Wellbeing Australia (CAWA) for their fourth annual community connection event for International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersex discrimination and Transphobia next month. This year, CAWA are facilitating a conversation that will focus on the stories of First Nations folks, PoC, CALD and Bla(c)k LGBTQIA+ folks, exploring the intersections of […]

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