Loud & Proud (Part 1): Highlighting Feature.fm's Favorite LGBTQIA+ Labels and Artists
We continue to celebrate our pride with the LGBTQIA+ community throughout the month of June by highlighting Feature.fm’s favorite artists and labels.
PEG Records is a full-service label handling all areas including A&R, production, distribution, marketing and rights management. PEG has released over 30 full-length studio albums & EPs, over 70 singles and more than 100 music videos, to great charting success. Now proudly distributed by ADA/Warner Music Group.
Producer Entertainment Group (PEG) proudly manages the most successful drag queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race and beyond, plus other leading LGBTQ talent. They oversee all aspects of our clients’ careers including development, recording, filming, retail and global touring.
Trixie Mattel - Full Coverage Vol. 1: ffm.to/full_coverage_vol1
Trixie Mattel is the stage name of Brian Michael Firkus, an American singer, actor, drag queen and recognized “Skinny Legend.”
Trixie is the winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” season 3 (originally competing on season 7). He is also a Billboard Heatseekers #1 charting recording artist (One Stone, 2018), a wildly successful theater touring act, and one half of a comic duo on Viceland (“The Trixie and Katya Show”) and on YouTube (“UNHhhh”). In 2019, Trixie will be working the festival circuit as the subject of a bio documentary, “Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts.” Trixie Mattel is managed by Producer Entertainment Group and online at trixiemattel.com or @trixiemattel.
Alaska Thunderfuck - ROY G BIV BBT: https://ffm.to/roygbivbbt
A bizarre cosmic collision propelled Alaska Thunderfuck 5000 to Earth in March 1966…
and on to the fifth season of Logo TV’s RuPaul’s Drag Race in January 2013. Still radioactive, no one knows who or what she is yet, but no one cares, as long as she never returns to her native planet. Her age and species remain unknown to the public, but a few of her enemies claim to hold copies of her spawning record and universal passport.
Brandon Stansell - Pick Up Where We Left Off: ffm.to/pick_up_where_we_left_off
*“[A] Country Artist You Need to Know”
- Rolling Stone*
With Jimmie Allen’s recent #1 song, Kane Brown’s #1 album and Grammy wins for artists like Kacey Musgraves and Brandi Carlile, Country music seems to be swinging open its doors to some of the more unlikely of country artists - enter Brandon Stansell.
When CMT premiered the video for Brandon’s single HOMETOWN in November 2018, he instantly became what they called,“living history.” The premiere of this video, addressing LGBTQ themes, was a first for the home of Country Music videos.
The video then went on to be named one of Rolling Stone’s Top 10 Country Music Videos of 2018.”
"Country music may not be known for being inclusive to LGBTQ artists, but rising musician Brandon Stansell is redefining the genre one soulful song at a time, “ says Billboard
His is a bold new voice in the genre, as comfortable making you tap your foot as shed a tear - a singer songwriter with something to say, and a voice to remember.
This week's Artist Highlights:
ffm.to/omr0jer - One More Day (Theme from "The Seven Chambers")- Ben E. Davis
ffm.to/strangertosaviour - "Stranger to Saviour
" - X. ARI
ffm.bio/tika - Tika
soundslikelago.ffm.to/runthistown - "Run This Town" - Diamondhead x Lago
occurrencemusic.ffm.to/ihsml2g - "I Have So Much Love To Give" - Occurence
Last week's Artist Highlights:
ffm.to/dot2dot - "Dot 2 Dot" - Grace Savage
ffm.to/mrrainbowpride - "Mr. Rainbow Pride" - Hello John
ffm.to/boysinthestreet - "Boys In The Street" - A Great Big World
ffm.to/tiedyesky -"Tie-Dye Sky" - GRiZ
ffm.to/nothanks - "No thanks" - Olivia Swann