In this story from 2008, we were sure Teyana Taylor was the future. But on some turn the 8 in 2008 on its side and make it infinity.
During the 2000s, former creative director Phil Bicker helped define the look and feel of The FADER. He explains how he did it then, and why things are changing again now.
Creative director Dirk Schönberger and a slew of collaborators take Adidas to the top.
After six years and 40 issues here, Matthew Schnipper’s impact on The FADER is immeasurable. On his last day, the staff recounts his favorite things.
Ten hours of music from FADER editor Matthew Schnipper on the occasion of his leaving FADER. :-(
FADER premieres the excellent dub techno record The Infinity Dub Sessions by Deadbeat and Paul St Hilaire.
Brenmar releases his debut mixtape with a host of collaborations and all original production.
Modular Records announces first round of artists for this summer’s For Festival in Hvar, Croatia.
Listen to “Arcadia,” the first track from Charlift’s Caroline Polachek’s new solo album of the same name.
Premiere: Hear “You Like It,” the first track from Sex Playlist, Omarion’s first album for Rick Ross’ MMG.
A new track from Grande Marshall, “Open,” is self-produced. It’s from his upcoming project, My Brother’s Keeper.
Jeremih and Shlohmo team up once again for a new track, “No More.”
Watch Nicki Minaj’s new video for “Lookin Ass Nigga” from the upcoming Young Money album
From the magazine: Three rising artists discuss how growing up in the ‘90s has affected them, and how it hasn’t.