- The Magazine
After Harry Hains died before releasing his debut album as ANTIBOY, his mother stepped in to complete his vision.
A banner year in music has wrapped up with ten solid holiday offering.
APO offers three superstar-packed specials celebrating drag queens, Ella Fitzgerald, and America
Williams co-hosts a PBS special with the American Pops' Luke Frazier on Dec. 15
The former Vine star and current pop heartthrob attempts a big creative break with "Wonder."
Cyrus dabbles in '80s rawk with mixed results on her new album "Plastic Hearts"
The Australian icon gets in on 2020's discopop wave in a glorious return to form
Grande's sixth album stays true to her brand of easygoing R&B
Gay country singer Waylon Payne chronicles a dark period in his life on a haunting and intimate new album
Peppermint stands up for the Black trans community and opens up about past relationships on her new album
Róisín Murphy's fifth solo album is almost an hour of quirky nu-disco goodness
D.C.'s Audrey Fix Schaefer is leading the charge to help save independent music venues from mass collapse
Victor Willis is threatening to sue any media outlet that claims otherwise
Sufjan Stevens returns with a glitchy, trippy, highly judgmental meditation on the state of the world
Bright Light x2's 'Greetings from Fun City' features a host of LGBTQ guests, including Brian Sims, Brendan Maclean, KAYE, and Jujubee.