James Blake speaks about the making of his new album Playing Robots into Heaven on the latest episode of The FADER Interview podcast.
Speedy Ortiz frontwoman Sadie Dupuis discusses everything that went into the making of her band’s new album, Rabbit Rabbit, on The FADER Interview.
Sadie Dupuis discusses her tribute to/critical reevaluation of Deftones’ “Digital Bath” on The FADER Interview in advance of Speedy Ortiz’s next album.
Beloved comedian Jaboukie Young-White discusses his playful but heartfelt pivot to music on the latest episode of The FADER Interview podcast.
Jaboukie speaks about the making of his debut album All Who Can’t Hear Must Feel on the latest episode of The FADER Interview podcast.
Mick Jenkins discusses his new album The Patience and the unappreciated power of underground hip-hop on The FADER Interview.
On the new episode of The FADER Interview, Mick Jenkins says the underground isn’t getting its flowers at celebrations of hip-hop’s 50th.
On The FADER Interview, By Storm talk shedding the Injury Reserve name and what's next after the sudden passing of Stepa J. Groggs.
Experimental rap duo By Storm, f.k.a. Injury Reserve, appear on The FADER Interview to discuss their new music and change of name.
Bambii discusses the quest for transcendence that led to her debut EP Infinity Club on the 100th episode of The FADER Interview.
The Toronto DJ turned producer says her sessions with Kelela for ‘Raven’ inspired some of the songs on her own new album, ‘Infinity Club.’
On The FADER Interview, DIY documentarian John Wilson dives into the making of his hit HBO show’s third and final season.