These Drag Race gals sure do get around! But they're all setting their sights on New York City. Before (and after) RuPaul's Drag Con (May 16-17, if you haven't heard!?) they're all beating their faces and putting their best dresses to WOW Manhattan! Check 'em out... RETURN ... See the Rest
#RPDR Grrls!: Ginger Minj, Jinkx Monsoon, Mrs. Kasha Davis, BenDeLaCreme & Shangela Are All Doing NYC Shows!
NYC gay rapper Chapman just released a strange new video for Bully track that starts off with a few sped-up black and white frames of him looking straight into the camera, before it abruptly stops, but not before he gives viewers the finger. Then comes a bunch of layered stock ... See the Rest
Straight off his shows with Bjork (He produced six songs on her current album), Arca performed a sold out solo show in NYC the other night. Dressed in a black dress/leather chaps configuration, with morphing video projections by Jesse Kanda as a backdrop, the Londoner (by way ... See the Rest
AVAN LAVA is what all the cool kiddies in NYC are clamoring about these days. The trio just put out their latest EP of soulful vocals called Make It Real, featuring single Take This City. “Our anthem is about new beginnings and endless possibilities. It’s about expressing ... See the Rest
We first got a glimpse of ultra foxy NYC pop princess Moxxi last year when she put out the Ransom clip, starring fab RuPaul’s Drag Race girls Manila Luzon, Pandora Boxx, Alaska Thunderfuck and Raja. And now she just sent me her latest video for track Gimme What You Got, directed ... See the Rest
NYC singer/actor Andy Crosten is getting back on stage…after a too long hiatus. We first caught Crosten in NYC when he was part of the dynamic pop duo KICH…and basically poppin’ on every dance floor downtown, as a fixture on the New York club scene. Now he’s back in solo mode ... See the Rest
NYC is in full-on Björk alert!!! The Icelandic queen kicked off her full-on promo tour the other night, for new album Vulnicura, with a series of intimate shows, beginning with her epic Carnegie Hall performance. Complete with a 15-piece orchestra, members of Alarm Will ... See the Rest