If Lizzo is the self-proclaimed “ghetto Aretha,” then Tinashe, free from the meddling of major labels, is about to become the queen of indie pop R&B.
Author: Dan Loughry
Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke explores the growing divide across 16 tracks that highlight his love of electronic dance music.
Ozon’s ‘By the Grace of God’ narrates a fight to bring to justice an accused Catholic priest through the lens of three characters.
If the six-breasted spread-eagled creature that greets you on the cover of Brooke Candy debut SEXORCISM doesn’t clue you in, the opening track “Nymph” will.
Twelve years into his career, the Beirut-born artist has had enough of the industry merry-go-round and decided to shake things up with a new Mika album.
Lucy in the Sky, the debut of Noah Hawley, isn’t very good, but it’s interesting, especially when the director relaxes enough to trust his actors.
The EP ‘Velvet: Side A,’ is a six-track blast of modern funk that starts over-the-top and flies up into the stratosphere from there.
The subject matter of new Brittany Howard album ‘Jaime,’ out now, veers from young love to systemic racism to religious hypocrisy.
The Charli album features 15 tracks, more than half of them collaborations with artists as diverse as Kim Petras, Troye Sivan, Big Freedia and Lizzo.
New gay Argentinian film ‘The Blond One,’ by upcoming director Marco Berger, lives and breathes in the spaces between silence.
The four-year gap between ‘Escape from Evil’ and new indie pop release ‘The Competition’ encompassed a lot of growth and Jana Hunter’s transitioning.
Last we heard from the gender-nonconfirming indie rock firebrand Ezra Furman, we were spectators to a queer outlaw travelogue. Transatlantic Exodus was a glorious sprawl. Twelve Nudes, the new Ezra Furman album, is a compact punk piss-take — all rage and carnality and euphoria. Clocking in at a precise 28 minutes and[…]