Olly Alexander on his new Years & Years album, performing with legends, and how he’s achieving his own maximum gay potential.
Olly Alexander takes Years & Years solo, and throws himself into a fantasy of his own making
The Melbourne-based Grace Cummings proves herself a force to be reckoned with on a memorable second album
Elvis Costello and The Imposters once again come together to make musical magic
Lil Nas X says that, unlike other gay artists, he won't let his work be "sanitized"
APO's United in Song: Celebrating the American Dream premieres Friday, Dec. 31 on PBS.
Puddles' friend Mike Geier promises new songs and classic hits from the Pity Party repertoire
Legendary drag a capella quartet The Kinsey Sicks revive one of their oldest and most popular shows, Oy Vey in a Manger.
Kim Petras says US record labels dismissed her as "gay club music"
December brings an EP retrospective from celebrated alt-rocker veterans Neon Trees
The year winds down with a debut from Quinn Christopherson, a promising new artist
From the overplayed to the truly obscure, we round up the worst Christmas songs that have ever seen the light of day
Taylor Swift breathes powerful new life into her 2012 pop breakout, Red, adding a handful of extras along the way.
D.C. gears up for the holidays, icons return for live concerts, and Martha Stewart drops by the Washington Convention Center.
Ross finally breaks her dry spell with a new album that radiates gratitude, carried along by her unmatched star power