The Most Fun I Ever Had at an Industry Party “I know y’all think this is like some corporate shit,” Drake called out on Saturday night, on stage at the pop-up Time Warner Cable Studios … read more »
What’s stopping the lusty crooner, destined for greatness, from delivering goodness live? To the many people I attempted to sell Ty Dolla $ign to this past summer, I described him as “the second coming of … read more »
Guy and Howard Lawrence wager that you really like their songs. How big are Disclosure in the United States, anyway? Their debut album Settle was one of the most critically beloved dance full-lengths in years, … read more »
At this fall’s FADER FORT Presented by Converse, Leeds five-piece Hookworms opened their set with the nine-minute jammer, “Away/Towards.” The song comes from their Gringo/ Weird World debut, Pearl Mystic.
Ms. Hill comes back giddy but defiant At her first concert since she spent three months in prison in Danbury, Conn., Ms. Lauryn Hill did not directly address the sentence for tax evasion that landed … read more »
TWO NIGHTS AT THE CHURCH OF KANYE WEST IN NEW YORK Yeezy season has officially passed through NYC, leaving a frigid cold front and slew of unforgettable, Auto-Tuned speeches in its wake. I attending the … read more »
Video: Saul Williams, “List Of Demands (Reparations)” (Live at the FADER FORT Presented by Converse)
At this fall’s FADER FORT Presented by Converse, Saul Williams and Dragons of Zynth performed “List Of Demands (Reparations),” from Saul’s self-titled 2004 LP.
Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails played last night in Brooklyn. For more on the band’s history and Reznor’s unique approach to the future, read FADER’s Trent Reznor Icon Issue. For a moment, it seemed … read more »
Massive Attack V Adam Curtis, currently running in New York’s Park Avenue Armory, is neither a concert orchestrated by Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja accompanied by visual montage, nor a film by heady documentarian Adam … read more »
Over the weekend, Detroit played host to the first-ever American installment of St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival, a global series launched about a decade ago in Australia. With the help of Detroit’s Movement Electronic Festival and … read more »