New Music!

_83740640_b3b15fa0-3fac-4e06-89eb-c5425c457583Adam Lambert’s busy year continues with the release this week of the dance track Broken with the duo Tritonal.
The song is a track off of Tritonal’s upcoming album Painting With Dreams. The duo consists of producer/DJs Chad Cisneros and David Reed who are from Austin, Texas and whose fans have self-titled themselves ‘Tritonians.’
Lambert tweeted some of the song’s lyrics the day before the song’s unveiling: ‘Right when we met, you made me forget that my heart was ever Broken.’
Lambert, 34, recently made his debut as a judge on The X Factor Australia and is one of the stars of Fox’s upcoming remake of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. He also toured with Queen earlier this year and has several more dates with the band this fall.
The most famous American Idol runner-up of all is the first openly gay male artist to have an album debut at number one on the Billboard sales charts. – Read more at:

Ferry Corsten

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Dutch DJ, record producer and re-mixer, well known for producing many pioneering trance tracks and albums during the 1990s–2000s under his numerous aliases, including System F, Moonman and Gouryella. In recent years, he has shifted to a broader electronic music style, playing everything from progressive house to melodic trance; and hosts his own radio shows.

Ferry routinely plays at events all over the world with crowds in excess of tens of thousands. Ferry recently ranked number 5 on DJ Mag and now joins the WPR family with his show “Ferry’s Fix”. This will air every first Friday at 11pm at KPQR 99.1FM in Portland, OR and will stream globally via 

LGBT News: Chelsea Manning Appeal

Chelsea_Manning_with_wigEx-US Army Private Chelsea Manning has officially started an appeal of her 35-year sentence. The former intelligence analyst is serving time for sharing thousands of classified documents with WikiLeaks, a website that publishes confidential information of governments.

During the 2013 trial Manning faced multiple charges, including violating the Espionage Act of 1917. Continue reading story with our news partner Gay Star News…