Alex Blaze

Queer music Friday - Now It's Overhead

Filed By Alex Blaze | January 02, 2009 5:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: Andy LeMaster, queer music

Now It's Overhead is an up-and-coming indie rock band from Georgia. Here's their "Wait in a Line":

And front man Andy LeMaster on his gay music, after the jump.

It's not a blatantly gay show. I think it's just more for people to not be afraid to talk about their sexuality and that's the best way to make it a non-issue. As for the band itself, you either like the music or you don't.

And here's "Walls":

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Gay musicians are still so ostracized though. I follow (and know) Jacob and Joshua Miller of NemesisRising (The LOGO realtiy TV series) They had a contract with a Nashville company that really put the brakes on album release (RISE UP, it's only on iTunes) and promotion, once they came out. Though, of course, they did allow the LOGO show.
I have heard some of their stuff not released yet and it is HOT!! They need to find another way to get it out though, that will allow the good love songs and hot dance songs to be produced.