Michael Paramo interviews poet and singer Izikiel, discussing the impending release of their debut single, the importance of self-love, and their journey to this moment. As a queer person, self-love is important. In a world […]
Queer and trans artists, and especially those of color, are marginalized and invisibilized. Michael Paramo constructs a list of what they feel to be the top 20 best songs released be queer and trans artists in 2017 (so far).
Michael Paramo interviews activist Queer Xicano Chisme, discussing the inception and ascension of his online platform, his inspirations and aspirations, as well as his greatest and most difficult moments.
Queer artists are often relegated to the sidelines. Curator, Michael Paramo, lists 5 albums released by queer artists in 2016 that you should know.
Michael Paramo explores the diverse musical styles and influences on The Bleeding Obvious’ self-titled debut album to be released November 17th
Drag queen Tatianna releases new single ‘Transform’ after her appearance on ‘Rupaul’s Drag Race: All Stars’ season 2. Michael Paramo provides a quick overview of the single.
Michael Paramo explores Cakes Da Killa’s debut album ‘Hedonism’ and why it succeeds as a personal statement of self-empowerment amid its most compelling atmosphere of dark cyclonic energy.
Queer artists in music are often invisible or ignored. Michael Paramo compiles a list of 20 of the best songs released by queer artists in 2016 that you should know.
In this personal essay, Michael Paramo reflects on his experience as a homoromantic asexual in southern California and examines how this identity has played an integral role in shaping his life.
In this multi-part series, Michael Paramo explores some of the intersections between queer people of color and the criminal justice system. Part one focuses on the classification and incarceration of queer people of color.