Listen to "The Lost Drum Beat," the title track of Ethiopian producer Mikael Seifu's upcoming album on 1432 R.
Molly Long discusses Alessia Cara's "Here," and why we need shy female pop stars, too.
A New Yorker article asks for more female rock critics, but we already have plenty of them—we just need to acknowledge they exist.
Read The FADER's 2015 Summer Music Hudson Mohawke cover story.
Dean Blunt surprise-dropped an eight-track collection called Babyfather on Hyperdub's Tumblr this week.
Hundred Waters' 3-day artist retreat at Arcosanti shines light on a better future for branded music.
Philadelphia rock band Creepoid debuts "Shaking," a track from their forthcoming third album, Cemetery Highrise Slum, on Collect Records.
Download Days of Thunder & Rain, the debut solo album from David Lynch music supervisor Dean Hurley. And watch a Nicholas Wurz and William Renton-directed video for the title track.
Young Turks will release Jamie xx's debut album In Colour on June 1st.
Pure X's bassist Jesse Jenkins is making music on his own now; listen to his debut solo song, "Hotel Rising."
FADER TV got Ceremony talking about Bay Area slangs, funny hardcore band names, and musical closed-mindedness in punk.