75 episodes

Music plays a huge role in queer life. With so many memories, anecdotes and other stories that have songs attached to them, it would be a shame if no one would ever share them.

QueerSounds Hannah van Rhee

    • Muziek
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

Music plays a huge role in queer life. With so many memories, anecdotes and other stories that have songs attached to them, it would be a shame if no one would ever share them.

    Leaders and Followers

    Leaders and Followers

    If you want to go out and become an expert in salsa dancing, you will most likely be confronted with a fait amount of painful heteronormativity. Danyèla decided to not march in time to this tired beat. Instead she stubbornly kept correcting her dance teachers, and thus changed the language around salsa. From men and women to leaders and followers.

    For the first time since the beginning of the show someone from France has found her way on the podcast. Something I’ve been trying to get done for four years. What’s more this episode: the importance of t.v. and a sudden realization.

    Consider supporting through https://Patreon.com/Queersounds

    Flashback Track: Buena Vista Social Club – Chan Chan
    Queer Artist Spotlight: Syd, Kehlani – Out Loud
    Best Live Experience: Alicia Keys – Superwoman
    Recent Discovery: Cubita – Mulher

    Shownotes

    Queer Salsa Paris: https://www.instagram.com/queersalsaparis/?hl=en

    • 59 min
    Nazi-Punks Fuck Off!

    Nazi-Punks Fuck Off!

    Suky is a booker and promotor for Queer As Punk, a queer music night in Edinburgh. Their political compass in booking gigs leads the way through a messy musical landscape. When bands and artists do the same, their paths might cross with a fun, safe concert for all parties involved. You can fuck off if you’re a racist, bigot, transphobe or just being a dick at shows.

    What’s more this episode: cringey, unnecessary t.v. shows, a throwback to the very first QS episode and support from an unexpected corner of the UK.

    Become a Patron through Patreon.com/Queersounds !

    Flashback Track: The Clash – Should I Stay or Should I Go
    Queer Artist Spotlight: Against Me! – True Trans Soul Rebel
    Best Live Experience: Miaoumix – Putain
    Most Recent Discovery: Sniff – Queer

    Shownotes

    Queer as Punk: https://www.instagram.com/queeraspunkedinburgh/
    Pistol trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KhxwG0eCiE

    Get in touch through QueerSounds.com/Contact

    Also Available through Spotify and Apple Podcasts

    • 56 min
    Drastic Shifts

    Drastic Shifts

    The war in Ukraine has been going on for more than half a year, so people tend to forget about this issue and focus on their regular daily lives. Not Amy. They’ve been sharing resources, helping refugees and showed support to a point where it became a full time job. How did they take the shift from more general queer activism to a specific Ukranian Refugee flow? They’ll explain in this episode.

    Of course we happen to talk about Eurovison too. It kinda becomes a yearly tradition to bring up the Song Contest in September. American, Asian and African listeners, share your thoughts on the matter!

    Content warning: queerphobia, war, racism.

    Flashback Track: Nosowska – Rozszczep
    Queer Artist Spotlight: Mashrou’Leila – Aoede
    Best Live Experience: Tami T – I Never Loved This Hard This Fast Before
    Most Recent Discovery: Go_A – Shum

    Shownotes

    Amy’s Resources: https://allmylinks.com/amy-waliszewska
    Black is Polish: https://www.instagram.com/blackispolish/?hl=en
    Right-wing election win in Sweden: https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/swedish-pm-andersson-concedes-election-right-bloc-prepares-power-2022-09-14/

    Get in touch through http://Queersounds.com/Contact!

    • 55 min
    Sisters in Solidarity

    Sisters in Solidarity

    This podcast episode deals with some dark subjects, albeit not all too explicit. Since the Taliban took over Kabul, roughly a year ago, the lives of plenty of women and girls drastically changed. The Young Afghan Women Movement offers support and solidarity for these women. Hameeda is part of this movement. In this podcast she explains what motivates her and how she deals with the big questions that come with dealing with political conflict.

    More this episode: Hameeda’s unique view on gender. Sometimes gender is a physical journey, sometimes it’s a spiritual one. She shows how the weird intersection between gender, music and religion can be in beautiful harmony.

    Become a patron through Patreon.com/QueerSounds!

    Flashback Track: Linkin Park – What I’ve Done
    Queer Artist Spotlight: David Bowie – Heroes
    Best Live Experience: Parvaaz – Roz Roz
    Recent Discovery: Hemant Kumar – Jane Woh Kaise Log The

    Shownotes

    Young Afghan Women Movement: https://www.instagram.com/yawm_afghanistan/?hl=en

    Get in touch through Queersounds.com/Contact

    • 57 min
    The Timing of Change

    The Timing of Change

    It’s no secret that your location can hugely impact your mood, mental state and creative inspiration. However, the timing of when you change your environment is often overlooked in this. Singer and songwriter Eric Terino will tell you all about it. He moved from a quiet New England area to New York City and then back to the New England woods. This all had it’s effect on his music.

    What’s more this episode: How to recreate the typical Van Gogh paint style, dealing with loss, and how different vocal takes can make a huge impact on your art. No matter how arbitrarily different they might be.

    Become a Patron though https://Patreon.com/Queersounds !

    Flashback Track: Fleetwood Mac – Landslide (Live)
    Queer Artist Spotlight: Joan Armatrading – Taking My Baby Up Town
    Best Live Experience: Marianne Faithfull, Nick Cave – There Is a Ghost
    Recent Discovery: Eric Terino – I Din’t Live There

    Shownotes

    https://www.ericterino.com/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agoraphobia

    Get in touch through https://Queersounds.com/Contact

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Things Take Time

    Things Take Time

    Something I’d Like to call the Harrison Ford effect is when people start a new career later in life. JD Danner used to work as an accountant but left Corporate America in order to pursue music. Now she has a professional career as an artist and she’s making quite a name for herself. Just like Ford, Danner proves that sometimes things take time.

    Danner started her career in the 90’s, when Alanis Morissette, Tracy Chapman and other women making rock music were topping the charts. Her ambition to play in the same circles as these other women didn’t quite come true, but considering the transphobic brand of feminism that was common at the time that might just be a good thing. In the episode Danner reflects on how she lived through this era.

    Become a Patron through https://Patreon.com/QueerSounds !

    Flashback Track: Stevie Wonder – My Cherie Amour
    Queer Artist Spotlight: Melissa Etheridge – Like The Way I Do
    Best Live Experience: Fleetwood Mac – Silver Springs
    Episode Special: JD Danner – The Lover You Once Knew

    Shownotes

    https://JDDanner.com
    Michfest (wiki): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michigan_Womyn%27s_Music_Festival

    Get in touch through Queersounds.com/Contact

    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

NKapteyn_ ,

Queer or not...

Queer or not, this podcast has great talks to listen to! Truly covers every issue about the music industry, personal stuff everyone can relate to, and so much more. Keep on going Hannah !

faarax. ,

❤️❤️

Recently discovered this podcast through lieven and i really like it a lot! 💜💜

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