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LOVE, HATE, MAGIC

John Grant, now 50, returns with a gritty new album of electronica, Love Is Magic. In this DNA interview, Trump, transphobia, the politics of hate and the magic of love are all up for discussion. By Marc Andrews

Love Is Magic is not your average gay pop record. Its avant-garde creator, John Grant is not the kind of gay man who does things by halves. This is, quite possibly, the reason his music has resonated so brilliantly through the years among the LGBT community.

At the ripe young age of 50, Love Is Magic is Grant”s fourth solo album and to say that he has embraced electronica like never before would be an understatement. Meanwhile, his lyrics remain as acerbic and witty as ever; his observations on the world as sharp.

John Grant first came to public attention as the lead singer with alternative “90s rockers, The Czars. After they split in 2004, he took six years off to deal with his addictions to sex, drugs and alcohol before the release of 2010”s critically adored Queen Of Denmark solo album. 2013”s Pale Green Ghosts and 2015”s Grey Tickles, Black Pressure followed, each acclaimed as works of genius, attracting a growing mainstream appreciation.

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DNA #227 Welcome to the Swimwear issue for the Summer of 2018/19. We’ve called it Freedom – because that’s what summer means to us, and because this season swimwear brands have thrown out the rule book and gone a bit crazy with their ranges. Good crazy! So, DNA sent our hot cover model Benji Condie and the team to the beach to capture 10 brilliant, sexy, wet pages of summer swimwear styles. And, just like summer, this issue of DNA is all sexed-up! In our regular column, Your Best Sex Move, we teach the finer points of topping! Our Raunchy Read (Speedo Revelation) will satisfy anyone with a swimwear fetish. And adult star Skyy Knox gets cool, classy and naked for Vincent Chine’s camera. We celebrate the 10th anniversary of iconic Aussie label, Teamm8 with a look back at some of their highlights – cue more hot guys in swimwear, underwear and sports gear! Reality dating just took an LGBTIQ turn with Brooklyn and Esteban finding each other on Blind Date – we catch up with the loved-up couple. Meanwhile, Courtney Act hosts The Bi Life on UK TV, bringing swinging boys and girls together. Ahhh! For pop culture lovers, we head to the theatre to see the stage versions of the lives of Cher, Donna Summer and Tina Turner, and we find out what electronica/pop genius John Grant has been up to – quite a lot actually! And we interview adult star Cade Maddox with some deep (and not so deep) questions. Getting serious, we continue our series examining addictions – this month, sex addiction and process addiction (something tons of gay men don’t even know they have). Plus, we discuss the publication of the HIV Book Project, which recounts the lives of many diverse people living with HIV. Plus, there’s all your favourite regulars and reviews. Download your copy now and enjoy!