John Rossiter explains how U.K dance music and finding a balance between sincerity and irony influenced the making of Young Jesus' new album Shepherd Head
On the latest episode of The FADER Interview, Whitney talk about falling back in love with Usher and Gwen Stefani when making their new album, SPARK.
Rachika Nayar's new album, Heaven Come Crashing, is a journey into late-night trance clubs and slick film soundtracks.
John Ross was six months into writing Wild Pink's fourth album when he was diagnosed with cancer. Now he says it brought a "focus" to the recording process.
On his latest single, Dougie Poole does away with the nods to life as a millennial that characterized his last LP. It’s his most affecting song yet.
On Cass McCombs's new album, Heartmind, one of American music’s great mystics is at his improvisational and imaginative best. He’s also inescapably channeling grief.
R&B eccentric Eddie Chacon's latest single comes through like a blast of A/C in a half-cooked car.
The first single from Office Culture's third album, Big Time Things, out September 30, stretches out luxurious R&B until it starts to strain.
Worried that he wouldn’t live to see his next album’s release, the prolific Sam Ray planned a sprawling opus for the return of his Teen Suicide project. Then he ended up in the ICU.
Soccer Mommy talks self-immolation and burnout on the latest episode of The FADER Interview.
The first single from the Chicago/Portland-based duo Whitney's new album, Spark, is a bold and unabashed pop song.
The chameleonic Bartees Strange discusses confidence, gratitude, guilt, and the power of time on the latest episode of The FADER Interview.