Dev Hynes could be a star. Does he want to be? From the magazine: ISSUE 89, December 2013/January 2014 Though Dev Hynes has been a New York resident for around seven years, he still loves … read more »
A swell of US-based artists, musicians, photographers and designers converged recently in the Tokyo streets for what seemed like a spontaneous expatriate rager that pushed on night after night. Performing as a duo, Caroline Polachek … read more »
The FADER FORT Presented by Converse returned to New York this fall, setting up in Brooklyn for four days. Above, watch Chairlift perform “I Belong In Your Arms” under red lights.
John Talabot is prepping a 7-inch of two previously unreleased tracks from sessions for last year’s excellent ƒin, “Mai Mes” and “Tragedial,” which you can stream above and below. Talabot will begin his tour with … read more »
Chairlift have given some extra shine to Something standout “I Belong In Your Arms.” First, we heard the excellently executed Japanese version of the song the band released last week, and now a stream of … read more »
Young Turks are releasing Chairlift’s Something LP in Japan this week, and to celebrate the Brooklyn band have recorded an incredible Japanese version of their upbeat album-standout “I Belong in Your Arms.” Frontwoman Caroline Polachek’s … read more »
The plot line of Chairlift’s video for “Met Before” is entirely up to your discerning fingertips. The clip, directed by Jordan Fish, who has previously worked with Das Racist and MGMT, allows you to click … read more »
It’s been almost four years since Chairlift released Do You Inspire You?, the album that gave them a slightly wider reach when the single “Bruises” was featured in an iPod commercial. While band member Patrick … read more »