Giorgio Moroder: The Big Daddy of Dance


At 75, disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder reemerges to once again produce some of the biggest icons of our time. By Chris Azzopardi   It’s been 35 years since Giorgio Moroder and Cher hooked up for a late-night session to produce “Bad Love,” the diva’s disco rave-up from the soundtrack of the 1980 coming-of-age drama, Foxes. “We were supposed to start ... Read More »

Melissa Etheridge: This is M.E. in the Garden


By Dustin Shrader Melissa Etheridge is truly a treasured rock legend. With an unparalleled career spanning more than two decades, the “Come to My Window” singer is back with her diabolical, critically acclaimed 12th studio album titled, This is M.E. unlike anything Etheridge has gifted us with before. The new record encompasses an electrifying energy derived from commanding lyrics ... Read More »

Boy II Man


Boy George on finding his better self, Caitlyn Jenner and his massive hat collection By Chris Azzopardi   The falsetto is gone.   When Boy George sings now, a rich tone resounds. He refers to it as “the voice of experience.” The voice, once fluttery and high, can be traced back to the early ’80s by way of a long, ... Read More »

Album Review: MIKA’s No Place In Heaven


By DJ Marc J Cubs MIKA is back again with another round of whimsical, story telling in his latest album No Place In Heaven. The fourth studio album by the colorful Brit is probably his most open and revealing album to date. From the album’s opening track (and first single) “Last Party” to the album’s finale “Good Guys, Night Time ... Read More »

DJ/Producer Oren Nizri: From Tel Aviv to Miami to Atlanta


Tel Aviv DJ/Producers have had superior dance club success on a worldwide scale. Out magazine called Tel Aviv “the gay capital of the Middle East,” and it’s been ranked as a global party town up there with both Ibiza and Miami. International DJ/Producer Oren Nizri moved from Tel Aviv to Miami in 2003. His masterful blend of soulful vocals and ... Read More »

Hilary Duff: The Long, Duff Road


Hilary Duff on marriage equality, her fascination with Grindr and why she took a break from showbiz By Chris Azzopardi “I’m like the dorky kid on the bus who’s like, ‘Hiiii.’” Wait a minute. Is that you, Lizzie McGuire? Maybe? No. It’s Hilary Duff, razzing on her cold-ridden, congested-sounding self as she does a nasally nerd impression. And though Duff ... Read More »

DCI: Let the Band Play On!


Fabulous. Flashy. Fierce. Loud as hell. That’s not a critique of the newest drag queen on RuPaul’s TV show. During this weekend, it’s just a few words trying to describe the biggest and brassiest show to tour through Atlanta this year. Totalling over two-thousand performers, the Drum Corps International Southeastern Regional Championships will fill the Georgia Dome with unparalleled precision ... Read More »

B2s Fred Schneider: Party ‘Monster’


B-52s Front man Dishes on Upcoming Concert at the Fox, New Coffee, and What It Takes to Become a Legendary Party Band By Jesse A. Hancock Maybe it’s a little early for to think about Halloween. Most of us are just trying to stay cool during these sultry summer months, but you may want to mark your calendar for a ... Read More »

Violet Chachki Is Conquering The Music Scene


By Dustin Shrader Violet Chachki is everywhere. Drag Race’s Season 7 winner has not slowed down since snatching the crown. As evident, the starlet has just released the second single, the visually stunning “Vanguard,” off her debut album Gagged. Within the video masterpiece, Miss Chachki plays with gender lines and fights back against homophobic bullies, all the while still looking ... Read More »

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