French queer trio Hyphen Hyphen's third album strives for mass international appeal.
"Black Butta," RuPaul's fifteenth studio album, struggles to argue for its own existence.
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SZA bares all sides of her soul on SOS, her expansive, long-awaited sophomore album.
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Tegan and Sara throw out the rulebook once again, bringing their music to an impressive new level.
'Being Thunder' is a thoughtful, powerful coming of age doc about a two-spirit member of the Narragansett tribe.
'Pat Rocco Dared' largely succeeds as both an introduction and elegy for an incredible participant in and witness to history.
'Small Town Pride' is a satisfying, feel-good documentary, a reassuring reminder of the strength queer people can find in each other.
Darren Hayes makes a defiant new solo album that celebrates all things homosexual.
Australian pop star Betty Who is full of infectious, unapologetic confidence on her fourth studio album, 'Big.'
Demi Lovato's first tour in years makes a stop at The Anthem in Washington, D.C. on Monday, October 10.
Alaska Thunderfvck reaches beyond her reality show stardom on her fourth album, "Red 4 Filth," with uneven results.
Longtime xx vocalist Oliver Sim gets uncomfortably personal on a strong solo debut
Yola speaks about shared humanity, genre-fluidity, Aaron Lee Tasjan, and the enduring power of Sister Rosetta Tharpe.