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Shiny Joe Ryan, Pond's founding multi-instrumentalist, lets loose on his second solo outing
Laura Mvula makes a spectacular pivot to pop on her long-awaited third album
Lucy Dacus, never a stranger to casually baring her soul, revisits her childhood on new album "Home Video"
A gay Mexican couple’s American dream meets stark reality in the transporting drama I Carry You with Me.
More a Marvel deep cut than an obvious play for the masses, Black Widow delivers action and acting that still rock.
Pioneering porn streamer PinkLabel.tv unearths another long-lost gem of '80s erotica, French classic "Equation to an Unknown."
An idyllic gay summer romance turns sour in François Ozon's tempestuous ode to the "Summer of 85"
Vincint's solid and impressive debut album is a bright, cathartic pop fantasy
Todrick Hall's new Pride-inspired album features some of his best work yet
"Luca" is a relaxed, breezy tale of the endurance of true friendship
Shaed's debut album High Dive turns out to have been well worth the wait
"Love, Victor" leans into its teen soap tendencies, while still diving deeper into a nuanced tale of queer acceptance
A new compilation gathers together 14 forgotten remixes of a handful of iconic k.d. lang tracks
Disney's origin story for Cruella de Vil is a pointless, overblown waste of two hours and fifteen minutes.
"Sharecropper's Son," the third album from overnight blues sensation Robert Finley, is his strongest yet