We shouldn't limit ourselves to one special time of year to celebrate LGBTQ musical artists doing amazing shit in San Antonio. Even so, Pride Month seems like as good a time as any to ask singer Alyson Alonzo to tell us what LGBTQ-identifying artists are making a big noise here.
In case you don't already know, Alonzo hosts the Queer Vibes show on Trinity University’s KRTU 91.7 FM from 11 p.m. to midnight every Sunday. The program focuses on LGBTQ artists, including those producing music locally. Alonzo, who's also a neo-soul
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While you can hear elements of soul and R&B in the band's mix, there’s also a low-fi, washed-out element of vaporwave that carries through its eclecticism and ties all the elements together.
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Alonzo recommended fans keep an ear open for Pink Leche's new material, which pushes the sound even further into uncharted territory. "I know he’s got some stuff coming this summer, and what I heard from his recent live sets have been bad ass,” she added.
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“It’s like noise, electronic, goth, fucking industrial-type shit," she said. "It’s super-different from everything else I’ve heard in San Antonio, and I love the range they bring to the queer music scene.”
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