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"The World to Come" aims to be a lesbian version of Brokeback Mountain. It is nothing of the sort.
"Judas and the Black Messiah" delivers a fierce portrait of a man, his movement, and the forces that aligned to bring him down
The first artist to be signed to Phoebe Bridgers' new label, Claud makes a stellar impression with their debut
Aaron Lee Tasjan makes a creative breakthrough on a rich, absorbing fourth album
Passenger's newest album taps into the strange satisfaction of shared heartbreak and despair
With tracks full of expertly-crafted dancepop, Cory Stewart outdoes himself on his debut album
"Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers' Songbook Vol. 1" offers an Americana spin featuring several country legends
The former Vine star and current pop heartthrob attempts a big creative break with "Wonder."
"Queer Japan" offers a look into Japanese LGBTQ culture that visitors likely won't find in guidebooks
The Australian icon gets in on 2020's discopop wave in a glorious return to form
Two closeted teens fight gay rumors with a fabricated relationship in Dating Amber
Grande's sixth album stays true to her brand of easygoing R&B
With humor, ingenuity, and an audacious hotel room climax, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm brings the laughs and the cringe in equal measure
An evil weave goes on a deadly rampage in Justin Simien's horror spoof "Bad Hair"
Gay country singer Waylon Payne chronicles a dark period in his life on a haunting and intimate new album