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The FADER Interview is a new podcast series in which the world’s most exciting musicians talk with the staff of The FADER about their latest projects. We’ll hear from emerging pop artists on the verge of mainstream breakthroughs, underground rappers pushing boundaries, and icons from across the world who laid the foundations for today’s thriving scenes. Keep an eye out for new episodes every week.
 
The FADER Uncovered is a series of in-depth conversations with the world’s most impactful musicians, from genre-defining stars to avant-garde pioneers hosted by seven time Grammy Award winner, Oscar Award winner, legendary record producer and DJ, Mark Ronson. Each episode is rooted in these musicians’ iconic FADER cover stories, an institution that, over the past two decades, has told artists’ stories like no other. It’s a chance to talk about the past, present, and future of music and artis ...
 
Inspired by independent radio and podcasters, this goes out to fellow music geeks. Styles of music will range from metal to indie; ambient to noise; experimental to post rock; progressive to pop; and anything else that's found to be cool.The purpose of Fader Radio is not to make profit or to plunder, but to present the works of artists and labels. Hopefully entertaining all the way. They need your support to make a living and to create their art. So buy their records and go to their shows.
 
Ateisten Anders Stjernholm inviterer til debat om tro og religion. Er den danske kultur vitterligt kristen? Har Danmark godt af religion? Er islam og kristendom godt for mennesker? Den ateistiske vært mener, at religioner disker op med tvivlsomme påstande, og at de præger vores samfund negativt. Han inviterer hver uge troende mennesker og eksperter i studiet for at diskutere aktuelle temaer inden for religion og tro.
 
Кирилл Fader – Солоницын Кирилл Борисович. Родился в 1984 г. в Москве. Электронной музыкой увлекся с 1996 г., именно тогда появилась Станция 106.8 и миксы диджеев,записанные с этого радио стали ежемесячно пополнять скромную коллекцию.Шли года и со временем Кирилл понял, что House Музыка – это именно то, без чего невозможно жить, что пора заняться этим серьезно и вставать за вертушки. Учась в 11 классе,он...
 
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David Bodanis is the author of The Art of Fairness - The Power of Decency in a World Turned Mean. The idea that "nice guys finish last" is not exactly true. You can be a good person and rise to the top. Get the book on Amazon and learn more. https://www.amazon.com/Art-Fairness-Power-Decency-Turned-ebook/dp/B085PW2Z3N…
 
Anna Vocino and I discuss how she got diagnosed with Celiac and learning to eat gluten-free! She even makes her own pasta sauce. Check her out here: https://annavocino.com/Anna Vocino is a voice over talent and stand up comic who also happens to be a Celiac who writes cookbooks. She co-hosts the “Fitness Confidential” podcast with Vinnie Tortorich.…
 
In this episode the hosts discuss dealing with burnout. They answer questions such as what is burnout to them, how to do you know you're burnt out, how to prevent burnout, and more. In who's been pushing faders up, Oshay completes his Ebook, Czar reveals new gear he's purchased, Desiree posted a performance video, and Pat teases an upcoming announc…
 
The FADER's Editorial Director Alex Robert Ross catches up with Turnstile's Brendan Yates to talk about the band's experimental instincts, their return to the road after a long hiatus, and the experience of recording their wild new album GLOW ON on a farm in the middle of nowhere. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Welcome once again to our schadenfreude with the OG Gossip Girl series. On this episode, Joy Pearson and I discuss Eleanor and Vanessa's characters. What instances do you enjoy seeing them get what's coming to them?Sarah Fader による
 
In this episode the hosts are joined by Josh Estock the North American Director of Focal Professional. Josh explains what makes Focal different from other speaker manufactures, why Focal monitors have auto standby, why are subwoofers so expensive, and why the Focal Stellia headphones cost $3,000. In who's been pushing faders up, Oshay has been cata…
 
George Clarke and Kerry McCoy of blackgaze titans Deafheaven tell The FADER's Editorial Director Alex Robert Ross about the band's first decade, their ability to turn off the critical noise when they need to, and Clark's struggles in inventing a new voice from scratch on new album Infinite Granite. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.…
 
Sixteen-year-old pop phenom Glaive tells The FADER's Alex Robert Ross about his unexpected rise to fame through lockdown, the way his process has changed as he's gone from his bedroom in North Carolina to studios in L.A., and his mom's favorite song on All Dogs Go To Heaven. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Do you have persistent acid reflux or heartburn? I do and it's awful. Do you suffer from constipation or stomach bloating? Are you feeling anxious much of the time or exhausted? The answer is "yes" to all of the above for me. Are these things interconnected? You bet they are! What's causing my discomfort is a hiatal hernia. Dr. Vikki Peterson told …
 
Mike Hadreas, a.k.a. Perfume Genius, tells The FADER’s Shaad D’Souza about his new Substack, his excellent last album Set My Heart On Fire Immediately, and his music for the 2019 dance piece The Sun Still Burns Here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesThe FADER による
 
In this episode the hosts discuss the role of the modern music producer. They answer questions such as what is a music producer? Whats the difference in a beat maker and music producer? Does genre determine a music producers role? And more. There is now a mailing list. We will be using this mailing list to share updates, giveaways, product discount…
 
In this episode the hosts are joined by Will Santos of Goldmind studios to discuss an interesting question. Is buying gear addictive? In Who's Been Pushing Faders Up, Desiree has her eye on a product from DJ tech tools, Czar received his Barefoot Footprint 02's, shows off the Sandhill Audio 6019A ribbon mic, and shares how he's been using RipX. Osh…
 
The first season of The FADER Uncovered with Mark Ronson is wrapped, so this week we’re introducing our listeners to another podcast we think you’ll love, hosted by our very first guest. Questlove Supreme is a fun, irreverent, and educational weekly podcast that digs deep into the stories of musical legends and cultural icons — and this week they’v…
 
With the first season of the FADER Uncovered wrapped, host Mark Ronson is on the other side of the desk this week, opening up to the legendary Rick Rubin on the Broken Record podcast about his life, inspiration, and craft. Mark tells Rick about the day he met Amy Winehouse, how and when he fell in love with DJing, what it was like growing up with F…
 
On the ninth episode of The FADER Uncovered, host Mark Ronson is joined by Damon Albarn, a true musical polymath and the creative force behind both Blur and Gorillaz. Together they revisit Albarn’s 2007 FADER cover story, written around the release of a new album from one of Albarn’s many musical projects; The Good, The Bad & The Queen. They also t…
 
In this episode the hosts, minus Pat, discuss new products that were recently announced from SSL, Apogee, and Softube. SSL announced the UC1, a hardware controller for the new SSL channel strip 2 and bus compressor 2. Softube announced Tape Echoes, a vintage tube delay, and Apogee announced the Duet 3. The new version to the popular handheld audio …
 
Lucy Dacus calls The FADER’s Alex Robert Ross from her home in Philadelphia, where she moved shortly before lockdowns swept across the States, to talk about the way her relationship to a song changes before it’s released, the challenges of writing autobiography, and her unlikely spiritual journey to Tarot. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit me…
 
On the eighth episode of The FADER Uncovered, host Mark Ronson is joined by the one-of-a-kind superstar Santigold. Ronson and Santi, friends for over two decades, talk about her genre-spanning 2008 debut album and its unforgettable singles “Creator” and "L.E.S. Artistes." Santi goes back in time to discuss her first band, the punk group Stiffed, an…
 
On the seventh episode of The FADER Uncovered, host Mark Ronson is joined by the legendary Erykah Badu. Ronson and Badu delve into her unique and pioneering career, diving deep on her iconic albums Baduizm and Mama's Gun plus her recollections of recording at New York’s Electric Lady Studios. Mark and Erykah also share memories of the night they DJ…
 
In this episode the hosts are joined by Shawn Dealey of Sweetwater Studios to discuss live sound and Sweetwater studios. Everyone knows Sweetwater, but not many know about Sweetwater Studios. Along with being one of the top retailers for pro audio in the country, Sweetwater has 3 state of the art recording studios on the Sweetwater Campus. In our d…
 
Uruguayan-American indie artist Juan Wauters talks to The FADER's Alex Robert Ross about the importance of radio, the need for collaboration in lockdown, and the unconventional process behind his new album Real Life Situations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesThe FADER による
 
On the sixth episode of The FADER Uncovered podcast, host Mark Ronson is reunited with HAIM to continue the conversation they began in Part One. Mark, Este, and Alana pick up where they left off, discussing the secrets to a good party, a shared love of The Eagles, early work on the band’s next album, and a long lost Ghostbusters theme cover Haim an…
 
Sharon Van Etten and Angel Olsen talk to The FADER's Shaad D'Souza about how they first connected, the fast-intersecting worlds of pop and indie, and the heartland rock power of their new single “Like I Used To.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesThe FADER による
 
On the fifth episode of The FADER Uncovered podcast, host Mark Ronson is joined by Tame Imapala’s Kevin Parker to look back at his band’s 2012 FADER cover story and his journey from creating psych rock alone at home to becoming festival headlining rock star. Kevin tells Mark about celebrating 10 years of the band’s debut album Innerspeaker, the key…
 
On the fourth episode of The FADER Uncovered podcast, host Mark Ronson is joined by Este and Alana from HAIM to reminisce about their 2013 FADER cover story and to look back over their early days as a band. The sisters fill Mark in on the tough period in their personal lives that led to their Grammy-nominated 2020 album Women In Music Pt.III and ho…
 
In this episode the hosts welcome producer Sci-fy back to discuss how they deal with being a relationship and working in pro audio. In Who's Been Pushing Faders Up. Desiree spent half a day labeling files, Czar is still looking for new monitors, Oshay bought a DJ controller and the Output bundle, Pat working on a new single, and Sci-fy shared a son…
 
On the third episode of The FADER Uncovered podcast, host Mark Ronson is joined by Talking Heads icon David Byrne to reminisce about his 2009 FADER cover story and his inspiring and unique musical career. David tells Mark about his numerous classic albums, both as a solo artist and as part of Talking Heads, collaborating with Brian Eno, what he wan…
 
Marie Ulven, the 22-year-old singer-songwriter from Norway better known as girl in red, writes music that sounds as volatile, passionate, and dramatic as the final scene from a great romance film. Her early songs about queer identity — singles like 2017’s “we fell in love in october” and 2018’s “i wanna be your girlfriend” — amassed hundreds of mil…
 
On the second episode of The FADER Uncovered podcast, host Mark Ronson is joined by sugar trap pioneer Rico Nasty to look back at her 2018 FADER cover story and her life in the spotlight since. Rico tells Mark about the highs and lows of her life on tour, merging rap and rock in new ways, and how she learned to trust herself as she rose to global f…
 
In this episode the hosts have an unscripted discussion which turns into the question.......is using loops cheating? Everyone gives thoughts on the use of loops in todays music production. As usual this episode will be posted in the Facebook Group for discussion, Faders Up Podcast. Follow the hosts, guest, and podcast on Instagram - FadersUpPodcast…
 
The FADER’s Salvatore Maicki catches up with Kero Kero Bonito to talk about their new EP Civilization II, the thrill of revisiting their early aesthetic to soundtrack the video game Bugsnax, and the challenges of realizing pop potential. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesThe FADER による
 
On the first episode of The FADER Uncovered, host Mark Ronson speaks with Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, drummer of The Legendary Roots Crew. Quest takes Mark back to 2002, when The Roots appeared on the cover of The FADER just before the release of their fifth album, Phrenology. They discuss the incredible creative energy in Philadelphia around the t…
 
The FADER Uncovered is a series of in-depth conversations with the world’s most impactful musicians, from genre-defining stars to avant-garde pioneers hosted by seven time Grammy Award winner, Oscar Award winner, legendary record producer and DJ, Mark Ronson. Each episode is rooted in these musicians’ iconic FADER cover stories, an institution that…
 
In this episode the hosts reflect on the life and career of DMX (1970-2021). They discuss some of his accomplishments like having 2 albums debut at 1 and go platinum in the same year, which was Its Dark and Hell is Hot, and Flesh of my Flesh, Blood of my Blood, which both were released in 1998. DMX first 5 albums debuted at #1 on billboard charts. …
 
On this episode the hosts are joined by Jill Courtney (J Creative Multimedia) to discuss recording studio ownership and management. Jill has managed and owned multiple recording studios in NYC and Nashville. She answers questions about how music row in Nashville has changed over the years, the difference in managing a commercial studio and project …
 
In this episode the hosts discuss the Izotope and Native Instruments merger and make their predictions on what this means for pro audio. As well what the new product would be and when they think we will see it. Also an announcement is made that they will be going live on instagram randomly having conversations about pro audio and beyond. In the seg…
 
On this episode the hosts are joined by Mimi and Muziqueen to discuss everything about clearing samples. The duo answer questions such as what are the steps to clear a sample, how long it takes to clear a sample, how to find the owners of a sample, and more. If you've ever been interested in how clearing samples work you will definitely learn a lot…
 
In this episode the hosts discuss the passing of Rupert Neve, and what he meant to pro audio, and the announcement of Summer NAMM 2021 being held in Nashville as a in person event. Rupert Neve was 94 years old, among remaining relevant over so many decades, here is some more info on the icon, the legend, Rupert Neve. Rupert Neve Life Born In the UK…
 
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