Out Music: Matracia Likes To Take It “Slow”

While February continues with frigid temperatures, alternative singer/songwriter Dylan Matracia conjures up lazy summer days of new romance by the beach with his new music video, “Slow.”
Dylan Matracia & Benwa Kramer in “Slow”

While February continues with frigid temperatures, alternative singer/songwriter Dylan Matracia conjures up relaxed summer days of flirty, new romance by the beach with his new music video, “Slow.”

Shot in Provincetown, the video (directed by Tyler Jensen) is an homage to the uber-gay beach town’s laid back lifestyle as Matracia and his co-star, woofy Benwa Kramer, enjoy those early moments of sexual chemistry.

Kramer initiates the flirtation by tossing a bottle of poppers in Matracia’s tip jar and pretty soon the duo are enjoying kisses on the beach, sunny bike rides, outdoor showers and sexy time under a boardwalk.

Served up on a laid-back, languid guitar landscape, Matracia is in no hurry to move the listener along. The track could easily be a distant cousin to Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game” with it’s drowsy, hypnotic melody.

And how much more Provincetown can you get than a song that begins, “You are searching for your jock / in my bedroom where we got lost / pay attention to my face / when we go to our secret place?”

Matracia tells WussyMag (who called the video ‘sweet and smutty’), “Slow was written as a tender look at sex between two men in the early stages of falling in love; becoming aware of those moments where you’re really starting to feel ‘stuff’ haha.”

The Brooklyn-based musician is at work on a six-track album, titled Summer Cruel, set for release in the near future.

Check out Matracia’s ode to summer love, “Slow,” below. You can follow him on Instagram here.

And you can check out his sexy co-star, Benwa Kramer, on Instagram here.

Video: 100K Attend Provincetown Carnival 2018

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 Labor Day, which traditionally marks the end of summer for many, looms on the horizon.

But Provincetown, Massachusetts, still has some fun and frolic to fulfill before the close of the season.

According to Cape Cod Wave Magazine, the recent Carnival 2018 was a massive success.

The parade, which took place on Commercial Street last Thursday, attracted a crowd estimated to be close to 100,000.

The event boasted not just the parade, but a pre-parade.

And a post-parade.

According to CCWM, thanks to the amazing costumes it was often difficult who was IN the parade and who was in the audience.

Watch the fun below. The video, by David Cox, was shot entirely on an iPhone, and released within 24 hours of the event.

Pretty impressive.

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The Accidental Bear explores Bear Week in Provincetown

San Francisco blogger Mike Enders “The Accidental Bear” shares the second in his series of travelogues for the gays.

This time, Mike explores Provincetown during Bear Week gathering tips and recommendations for dining, entertainment, beaches and everything else P-Town can offer.

Among his favorites are restaurants The Canteen, Far Land, and Relish.

Watch the video above, and check out his first travel journal from the Aloha state here.

Tawny Heatherton returns in “Tawny, Tell Me True”

Here at The Randy Report we love all things Tawny.  So I was thrilled to receive the news that Tawny will continue her acclaimed “come-back” this summer in Provincetown.

Following on the heels of her sold-out holiday show in Provincetown last Christmas, and her critically acclaimed debut at the Laurie Beechman Theater in New York City this past February, David Drake’s newest theatrical creation ‘Tawny Heatherton’ will bring her blonde-swept brand of sunny, funny cheer back to the tip of the Cape for her very first summer-long engagement – with the premiere of TAWNY, TELL ME TRUE at the Crown & Anchor in Provincetown, MA.

With onstage musical direction by John Thomas, TAWNY, TELL ME TRUE opens June 17th and performs every Sunday at 10PM thru Sept 2nd in the Crown Cabaret Room of the Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street. Tickets are $25, and can be obtained in-person at the box office, or online at www.onlyatthecrown.com. (Note: *No performance on July 8th.)

Written by and starring Obie Award winner David Drake (The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me), TAWNY, TELL ME TRUE marks the unheralded return of Tawny Heatherton, a lovably eccentric showbiz survivor and “one hit wonder” of the disco zeitgeist of the 1980s. In the show, Tawny sings and regales the audience with hilarious tales of her globetrotting life-on-the-road – including her headline-grabbing turn as the unwitting “Pyro Girl of Long Island,” her short-lived stint as a Hee-Haw “Honey,” and Tawny’s quest to reunite with her long-lost aunt Joey Heatherton, whom she last saw in the parking lot of the Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino. Oh, and of course, her abduction by aliens.

Check out video highlights of Tawny and her world.

And don’t miss Tawny’s music video of her 1980s hit “Run, Crazy Man”