With a new guest every episode, Hannah talks with queer people about music. What inspires them, what moves them and what great memories they’ve got to share.

Update!

Queer Sounds is now also available through Spotify. Listen here! https://open.spotify.com/show/2aNp6O2Uxr7Dv00mST0LkO

3: “Everyone Was Sixteen Once”



Ep. 3 “Everyone was Sixteen Once

On the verge of graduating in Music Management Janneke Stam isn’t even sure if she wants to continue in the music industry. After a career that included co-founding a music website, an internship at Epitaph and time spend in London while working for RockSound, she is pretty much done with PopPunk and the party lifestyle.

First musical Memory: The White Stripes – Black Math
Queer Artist of the Week: Trash Boat – The Guise of a Mother
Best Live Experience: Arcane Roots – Long & Low
Most Recent Discovery: Sigrid – Strangers

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2: “She Was Extraordinary”


Ep. 2 “She was extraordinary”

CW. Contains mentions of suicide.

Ambitious, but still enjoying that student lifestyle. Nina Pušić combines journalistic research with parties and festivals. Her music taste is largely influenced by two things: her family and movie soundtracks. More pop than alternative, more 70’s than contemporary, but always a whole lot of fun.

First musical Memory: Nena – Irgendwie, Irgendwo, Irgendwann
Queer Artist of the Week: David Bowie – Heroes
Best Live Experience: Goo Goo Dolls – Iris
Most Recent Discovery: Charles Bradley – Changes

Shownotes:

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1: “I’m the Chair Queer”

Ep. 1 “I’m the chair Queer”

Wouter Overman looks like an old school punk. A cigarette dangling from the corner of their mouth, green mohawk, leather jacket full of pins. This all obviously also shows in their music taste. What used to be an emo-phase, is now a more traditional punk attitude involving beer, squatting and a lot live-shows. However, it’s not the music that drew them into this scene. It’s the androgynous aesthetic that really appealed to this genderfluid booker.

First musical Memory: Panic! at the Disco – I Write Sins Not Tragedies 
Queer Artist of the Week: Against Me! – I Was a Teenage Anarchist
Best Live Experience: Belgrado – Progress
Most Recent Discovery: Supernova 1006 – Gold 

Shownotes:

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