For her latest installment of Social Anxiety, Emilie Friedlander unpacks our ongoing obsession with cults and new age culture, referencing NBC series Aquarius and Todd Haynes' forthcoming show about the Source Family.
Hundred Waters' 3-day artist retreat at Arcosanti shines light on a better future for branded music.
Barron Machat's L.A. label put out releases by Grimes, Arca, Oneohtrix Point Never, Laurel Halo, James Ferraro, d'Eon, Dean Blunt, and more.
With his new solo show, the notorious internet artist turns over a new leaf.
The internet’s smartest clothing brand is dressing a new professional class.
Emilie Friedlander tries out a new dating service called Invisible Boyfriend that offers a real-life Her experience.
New York’s gentrification narratives are more complex than middle class fear and fussiness.
When you live your life online, you’re always on the clock.
Four FADER staffers recount their experiences with the performance artist’s latest work, Generator.
What happens when a multibillion-dollar corporation decides to become a patron of independent music?
This art project Instagram account gets disturbingly close to the truth of contemporary culture.
One is obsessed with Ugg Boots, the other with Tevas, but both are examples of locating “cool” in unexpected places.