This week features bangers from Beyoncé and Madonna, Madonna and Saucy Santana, Doechii and Rico Nasty, King Princess, Dragonette, Tommy Genesis and Charlie Heat, and Hayley Kiyoko.
John Preston’s essential tracks of the week include woozy R&B from Yaya Bey, a throwback dance homage by Röyksopp, simmering trip-hop from Telenova, a blues-bar cover by Lana Del Ray, a swooping ballad from FKA Twigs, a discofied club banger from Anish Kumar and a revamped classic by Madonna.
While Chromatica may suggest her early work’s spikier edges may have been sandpapered off for good, this was probably part of Lady Gaga’s game-plan all along.
Future Nostalgia takes a longing glance back at dance music and tries to reassemble it into something befitting of a more contemporary mood.
Cape God is an album that gets better the more it’s revisited, but it’s time now for Allie X to put her music on par with her visuals.
Ahead of the 62nd Grammys on Sunday 26 January 2020, we bring you these 13 musical facts about cities connected to the awards.
Despite early tracks being disappointing, Madonna’s Madame X is Madonna on top.
Madonna is set to appear at WorldPride NYC 2019: Stonewall 50.
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.