With new album Chris, Christine and The Queens remain a genuinely exciting band.
John Preston sits down the extraordinary Sandra Bernhard to talk work, politics and the use of Twitter during her live shows.
More than any of her current contemporaries, St Vincent straddles that space between alternative, singer-songwriter with iconoclastic visuals and that of a global, pop superstar.
Any concerns that a more happy Perfume Genius would result in a less engaging and creatively restricted artist go thankfully unfounded and No Shape is as assured, odd, and oddly optimistic, as hoped.
With Silver Eye, underrated odd couple Goldfrapp turn inwards.
Carly Rae Jepson may predate the music industry's need for B-sides but she more than understands the obsessive nature of pop music and the new and uncompromising direction her own star is taking.
Glory may be guilty of trying on one too many styles and personas in order to find something that sticks, but it also contains some of the Britney's most idiosyncratic and appealing work for years.
Bryony Bates recaps the latest episode of RuPaul's Drag Race and revises her predictions about who will win.
John Preston marvels at Charli XCX's rebirth as PC music's new superstar takes off with Vroom Vroom.
Tim Firmager reviews Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour from the front row at Glasgow.