"Carrie & Lowell" by Sufjan Stevens takes the top spot in Young Lee's roundup of albums from queer musicians.
Queerness is a radical act, and it’s important to recognize queer artists who struggle not only against standard industry ferocity but also a queerphobic and abusive milieu, writes Young Lee.
"I hope to uplift the queer community as a whole by supporting art from the entire queer universe," Young Lee writes of the list.
Parannoul admits that all of his sounds come from computers — they emphasize that their instruments are all just plugged into a computer to sound that way.
BAP. is an experimental, avant-garde hip hop and rap group from the city of Jakarta, Indonesia. For about 30 minutes of their album “monkshood,” I thought I was listening to Jai Paul/
Young Fenimore Lee explains the process behind choosing the Top 10 Asian/Asian American Albums since 2010, and discusses "Haru to Shura" and "Malibu."
A Daily staffer reflects on their experience at the Women Community Center's annual Gender Equity and Justice Summit (GEJS).
Young Fenimore Lee reflects on U.S. Girls's long and storied discography, which expresses a combination of nausea and rage in response to sexual violence and capitalism.
Black History Month is an incredible opportunity for everyone living in America to celebrate the achievements of Black people and to learn about key figures and events in Black history. As young music lovers, we wanted to write about the music we know most intimately: albums released in the 2010s.