With '1989 (Taylor's Version),' pop superstar Taylor Swift drops her most ambitious re-release yet.
Troye Sivan's latest release, "Something to Give Each Other," shows off the popular gay artist's introspective side.
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'The Sharpness of the Scissors' stubbornly insists that it be taken on its own terms -- it's too complex and too outside convention.
"How to Tell a Secret" takes on the subject of navigating the social expectations around HIV in Ireland.
Sufjan Stevens bares his heart and soul, and again delivers a collection of beautiful songs on his elegaic tenth album.
Kylie Minogue's latest album is a welcome return to form that plays to all her strengths.
Allison Russell explores what it means to deliberately thrive on her beautifully crafted sophomore album.
A collection of bright, bite-sized songs, 'Remember What It Feels Like' is tailor-made to make a listener grin from ear to ear.
Kim Petras' third album, "Feed the Beast," waters down the artist's edgy weirdness to its own detriment.
Jake Shears throws a big queer party on "Last Man Dancing," his heady, hedonistic, wonderful new dance record.
Kesha reckons with her own anger and trauma on her fantastic fifth studio album, "Gag Order."
The Lemon Twigs reach beyond pastiche on 'Everything Harmony,' their masterful, '70s-inspired fourth album.
With 'BOY,' Jordy is determined to be the queer artist he wished he could have heard on the radio as a kid.
The latest album from the Fruit Bats contemplates the meaning of place, daring us to do the same.