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Queer + Black

Queer + Black
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1x Vinyl LP



Release date

Feb 18, 2022

Queer + Black Le Discopathe - Montpellier

Queer + Black serves as an introduction to Grove's experience of the world. Tunes to get sweaty in the dance to, as well as contemplate sexuality, class + race.

The range of influences for the tracks span from the power felt in decolonising our spaces (with the toppling of the Edward Colston statue), to the feeling of euphoria during a rave for queer people of colour, to calling for a focus on how landlordism + classism is keeping inequality rife in society. All soundtracked by dark dance, hip-hop and dancehall-infused beats.

Media: VG+i
Sleeve: NM or M-


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