Modern Vampires of the City, Vampire Weekend‘s long-awaited third album, debuted at number one on the Billboard charts this week and is probably still seeping into the hearts and minds of the band’s fanbase. With … read more »
Graffiti is everywhere in New York City. The city’s many surfaces are cleaner than they once were, thanks to Rudy Giuliani and subway cars that are easier to buff, but even a brief stroll down … read more »
In By the Numbers, FADER looks at a big record release and breaks it down in basic digits. This week, we tackle Phoenix’s new album, Bankrupt!, out now.
It’s Saturday morning and Stevie Neale sounds remarkably cheerful for someone lying on the floor of her family’s house in Cornwall, England, recovering from a slipped disc. We’re speaking over Skype and, even injured, she’s … read more »
At a time when rap songs live and die by their hook, a singer who can routinely provide the catchiest patch of a song—the bit meant to ricochet around your brain long after you’ve left … read more »
Brooklyn’s Night Spa is the kind of party that makes you question what a party really is in the first place. There’s a full-service bar and a selection of DJs handpicked from the borough’s electronic … read more »
Photographed in Gainesville, Florida.
I was in elementary school when Cheers went off the air. I remember it was a big deal, but my parents weren’t big drinkers, so it wasn’t until college that I began to understand the … read more »
Last night at Hook x Nail in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, we celebrated the release of FADER #85, our annual Photo Issue. Budweiser hooked up the bar and cover star Juicy J (read the feature) performed … read more »