Music

Blake McGrath’s Love Revolution

Last year, Canadian heartthrob/pop artist Blake McGrath graced the cover of Evoke’s October 2012 issue to discuss the release of his long-awaited sophomore album Love Revolution, the follow-up to the insanely catchy Time To Move. Originally schedule for a November 2012 release, McGrath finally releases his long awaited album on...

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Boy George – It’ll Do Club

Boy George needs no introduction. With a career spanning over 30 years he first shot to international stardom in the 1980’s as the front man of one of the UK’s biggest exports – Culture Club – and had continued success as a solo artist. He has sold over 150 million...

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Openly Gay Rapper LastO Thanks Macklemore

GAY RAPPER LASTO THANKS MACKLEMORE AND RYAN LEWIS FOR ADVANCEMENTS IN HIP HOP penly gay Hip-Hop rapper LastO responds to Macklemore’s VMA win for “Same Love,” and readies his highly anticipated debut album, Where’s Vivian? in partnership with SolRay Records (New York, NY – August 29, 2013) – Hailed as an...

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Midnight Red – New Artist to watch

What’s not to like about a sexy boy bad you can legally drool over. The boys of Midnight Red release their newest single Take Me Home, from their debut album “Play Truth or Dare.” Midnight Red has released the official music video for their track “Take Me Home”. Early this...

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Neon Hitch: Did You Know?

This year Neon Hitch released “Pink Fields”, her latest single and paired with it came a beautiful, scenic music video. So, you’ve heard her other upbeat singles such as “Fuck you Betta” and the even probably heard some of her more interesting (in my opinion) covers of songs such as...

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Macklemore’s Same Love Video

We all have a dream. For some it may be a white picket fence and 2.5 children, for others it might be same sex marriage plus a white picket fence. Macklemore recently released a single called “Same Love”, about just this. This video was release last year, but we felt...

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God-Des & She Fierce Fresh & Female

In 2006, independent duo God-Des and She maneuvered their way into the mainstream, when their provocative “Lick It” debuted on Showtime’s The L Word. Having met in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1999, the long road to success has been rife with true-life clichés, but after spending seven years building a fan...

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