It emerged from just one island in the Caribbean, but reggae music has become a worldwide phenomenon – so pervasive that you might not even know it’s there.
From disco hits to tender ballads, the queer canon is as diverse as it is large. Here are the most memorable songs that celebrate the LGBTQ experience.
Boy George, Jon Moss, Roy Hay and Mikey Craig will always be viewed with affection as spearheads in the English New Wave that span off into the New Romantic movement of the...
The Cure were all about building credibility through their edgy, atmospheric work, but in 1983, the UK top ten came to them.
As the older generation tut-tutted about the image of a new kind of idol called Boy George, 'Do You Really Want To Hurt Me' started its climb to No. 1.
LGBTQ musicians haven’t always benefitted from today’s attitudes towards sexuality, but many pioneers fought for LGBTQ rights in the mainstream.
Too often remembered for its clichés, 80s music actually has far more to offer than many remember – and it's cooler than you think.
It’s an era that has been unfairly maligned in the past, but these days it’s clear: during a flamboyant decade, 80s pop ruled the world.
The untitled film centres around George’s early beginnings in an Irish a working-class family and his meteoric rise to fame as the frontman for the 80s pop force Culture Club.
Fusing 70s pop songcraft with NYC’s underground club scene, Scissor Sisters helped usher in a new era of queer pop that lit up charts in the 00s.
The new album coincides with Boy George and company's previously announced UK and Ireland arena tour this autumn.
Shiny productions, daft haircuts, yet music full of substance. We roll up the jacket sleeves, slip on the Ray-Bans & present the Best 80s Hits Of All Time.
Superstar DJ, producer and electronic dance music artist Robert Miles has died of a mystery illness aged 47 while in Ibiza
David Bowie has influenced artists from all over the musical spectrum. uDiscover looks at some of the finest Bowie tributes.
Ten months after Paul Weller announced that the trend-setting band were splitting up, their name was back in the bestsellers with their first hits retrospective, Snap!