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February 6, 2018

The FADER Discovers How Honorable C.N.O.T.E. Turned Personal Tragedy into Triumphant Beats

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Atlanta was already well on its way to becoming the center of the rap universe when Carlton Mays, better known as Honorable C.N.O.T.E., moved there in 2006. Mays is a transplant from Benton Harbor, Michigan, a small, economically depressed town on the south shore of Lake Michigan. Once a thriving manufacturing center, the city was […]

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June 26, 2017

The FADER Premieres Umii’s Debut Video, “Masquerade”

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Enigmatic duo Umii, comprised of singer Reva DeVito and producer B. BRAVO, made a mystical video for their wavy single, “Masquerade.” In the clip, debuting today on The FADER, the pair leans into ambiguity with frames of hidden faces and floating silhouettes. Through the spaces in a wall made of string, you can see Reva’s […]

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January 26, 2015

Fader Streams Claude VonStroke’s ‘Big Ten’ off of DIRTYBIRD 10 Comp

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Claude VonStroke’s Dirtybird label has occupied its own willfully weird, boisterous space in club music for a full-on decade now—and wouldn’t you know it, they’re celebrating with a compliation, the aptly named Dirtybird 10, which drops tomorrow on the label. We’ve got VonStroke’s typically off-center and very enjoyable contribution, “Big Ten,” streaming for you below—as […]

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April 25, 2014

Fader Video Premiere: Ashlee, “Rain”

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I know pretty much nothing about Ashlee, other than the fact that that she just released a four-track EP called Ashes 2 Ash on Nicolas Jaar’s Other People label and that she goes by the moniker F.A.G. Diarrheah Cult sometimes. Check it out here

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March 5, 2014

Max Cooper: Dollars to Pounds

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Max Cooper has been releasing 12-inches that exist in the space between sweeping post-rock, neo-classical music and club-primed minimal techno for the best part of seven years, but his new album, Human, is the first time he’s taken his music to a full-length format—something that’s surprising given its nuanced, intricate production, which lends itself so […]

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