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Your ultimate source for queer music, spotlighting queer (LGBTQIA) musicians and bands. The podcast was created to bring exposure & access to non-mainstream bands, especially those in isolated communities. We are building a network of queer musicians & music lovers. www.homoground.com

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Homoground stands in solidarity to condemn the tragic murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and so many others at the hands of police. This is a continuation of the systemic racism pervasive in our country since its inception. We are committed to standing against racism in all its forms. We believe that to be silent is to be complicit. We believe that Black lives matter. We believe that Black lives are more important than property. We believe that we have a responsibility to use our platforms to speak out against this injustice whenever and wherever we are witness to it. In creating digital media we have amassed a community of listeners who tune in episode after episode and we will use our voice to speak against anti-blackness and police brutality, and we encourage our listeners to be educated, engaged, and to take action. #podcastersforjustice Some websites we’ve been following for specific actions and to make donations are the Movement for Black Lives and Black Lives Matter. Some podcasts by POC creators we've been listening to are: How to Survive the End of the World, The Colored Girl Beautiful, Start Within, The Gayly Prophet, and Dreams Not Memes. To find more podcasts made by POC creators check out the Podcasts in Color podcast directory and support their patreon. Visit homoground.com/episode259 to learn more about the artists featured in this episode.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In episode #258, Nashville, TN -based musician Madeline Finn talks about the healing journey of writing songs through breakups, the transition from performing in front of a live audience to livestreams which has led to more introspection. Episode notes & transcript available at homoground.com/episode258  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Featuring the words and music of Ahli from Nashville, TN. for episode notes visit homoground.com/episode257  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode #256 feature the words and music of Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Mylo Choy. In this episode, Mylo talks about artistic expression and collaborations within a solo music project, how to experience sadness without getting stuck dwelling in the feeling, lessons learned from being raised in a Buddhist family and more including the songs "All The Sun", "Meet Me in the Middle" and "Tides" from their EP "Night is Like the Ocean" plus "Kolea's First Journey" from their 2017 album "Delta". homoground.com/episode256  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
With the rise of COVID-19 cases, many steps are being taken to prevent the spread and ensure people’s safety. This is leaving many people out of work and affecting their sources of income. For musicians, it is resulting in the cancellation of live events and tours, which is how many musicians generate their income. LGBTQIA musicians already face many struggles and having to cancel their main sources of income and a way that they’re able to connect with their communities is a huge blow. During this time, Homoground hosted a virtual panel to hear from musicians in our LGBTQIA community who are being affected by COVID-19 and to discuss ways that we as a community can help each other, as well as come up with solutions to alternative ways to survive financially during this time. www.homoground.com/covidpanel19  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Sarah Jaffe in conversation with Homoground's Maia Macdonald. www.homoground.com/episode252  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode features:  - The Variants (Portland, OR) - "For Who I Am" - Alex Greif (Astoria, NY) - "Waiting For You" - Motteo (New York, NY) - "Be Your Guy" - Oh The Nerve (Berkeley, CA) - "Sweet Soul Music" - gay genes (Austin, TX) - "i got the eyes" - Moonthorn (Duluth and Minneapolis, MN) - "embrace" - Ben Hazlewood (Melbourne, Australia) - "Louder Than Thunder" - abgv (UK) - "Fast Stone Slow Glass" - Devin Tait (West Hollywood, CA) - “End of an Era” - For more information about the music and artists featured, visit http://homoground.com/patreon  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode features the followings bands/songs: Daena (Nashville, TN) - “Overrated” Bell’s Atlas (Oakland, CA) - “Jyeah” Rabbit Folk (Chicago, IL) - “To Hell and Back” Pikelet (Melbourne, Australia) - “Plovers” Mylo Choy (Brooklyn, NY) - “All The Sun” Secret Emchy Society (Oakland, CA) - “Songs Are All We’re Left With” This episode is sponsored by TAIMI, the coolest LGBTQIA+ social networking & dating app. More info at www.taimi.com More info about the artists featured on: homoground.com/episode250  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Born Again Virgin - "Nothing in Your Eyes" Trash Panda - "To Be or Not To Be" Anatommy - "Outta Control" Ghastly Indiana - "Void" Anne Stott - "Jump Go" Elizabeth Wyld - "Strange Love" ÚMBRIEL - "Renegade" Anye Elite - "Yass Lawt" This episode is sponsored by TAIMI - an inclusive LBGTQIA+ dating and social app available on iOS and Android.  For more information: homoground.com/episode249  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Our latest episode features the words and songs of Lane Moore. Lane is a member of the band It Was Romance, produces a regular live event called Tinder Live, wrote a book called How to be Alone: If you want to and even if you don't and did a Tedx talk on the same topic, among many other amazing things. I am so grateful that Lane took time out of her life to invite me to her home and have this conversation with me.  For more information on Lane Moore visit her website at lanemoore.org  You can listen to episode #248 via:  - iTunes - Spotify - Acast - Radio Public - Stitcher - in your browser   If you enjoy this episode, please leave us a review on iTunes or share it with your friends on social media :)  Don't forget to check out our sponsor We'Moon. This iconic astrological datebook is a best selling moon calendar, earth-spirited handbook in natural rhythms, and visionary collection of women’s creative work, now in its 39th year of publication! Week-at-a-glance format with daily astro data, moon phases, yearly predictions for each of the Sun signs, and an abundance of art and writing by women from around the world. Get 15% off using the code: HOMO at their website: wemoon.ws  If you are able to make a financial contribution to support Homoground, visit us at patreon.com/homoground  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Terra Lopez of Los Angeles, CA based Rituals of Mine speaks about her upcoming album, live performances, and why she changed her project name from Crayon Sister to Rituals of Mine with Homoground correspondent Maia Macdonald (Kid in the Attic, Brooklyn NY) homoground.com/episode247  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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This episode features musicians from the Nashville, TN area. for more information visit homoground.com/episode245  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For more information on this episode visit homoground.com/episode244 This episode is sponsored by TAIMI - an inclusive LGBTQIA+ dating and social app. Available on all devices.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Music and words from Jax Anderson (aka Flint Eastwood) of Detroit, Michigan. This episode is sponsored by TAIMI - an inclusive LGBTQIA+ dating and social app. Available on all devices.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
LOST BINARY is an all day show benefitting Girls Rock New Orleans & No More Dysphoria! LOST BINARY is an alternative to a parade celebrating corporate influence & single sided queerness. LOST BINARY is proudly missing from imperialist pageantry. LOST BINARY is FREE. RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2522909504432082/ Episode Tracklist: - Guts Club - Pit Fight - Student Driver - Kyrie - Ian Quiet, shreveport dancey post punk - Pink Flamingo Calypso - Mystic Light Casino - Triangle House - Tim Higgins - I Blew It - Fantasy Non Fiction - Friends Like Strangers - Palm Sunday - You Aren’t Mine - Uncle Meg - Take Me Away This episode was produced by Mara Lazer and made possible by our Patreon community. To join the Homoground community on Patreon visit www.patreon.com/homoground  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Host Maia Macdonald (Kid in the Attic) speaks with Emily Wells about her latest album. homoground.com/episode240  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Nik Iba

great session ☆

Feb 8th
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WrenWilder

There is nothing better than this podcast! Great assortment of queer music, if you dont like a song you can skip ahead and find all your new favourite bands. Feelingg grateful to have homoground playing throughout my day

Jan 11th
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