Listen to HAIM’s new song “Cherry Flavored Stomach Ache”

Listen to HAIM’s new song “Cherry Flavored Stomach Ache”
The track appears on the soundtrack for the upcoming Netflix film The Last Letter From Your Lover.

By Jordan Darville

July 16, 2021

It’s been a good year for HAIM and fans of the sister rock trio. Their 2020 album Women In Music Pt. III was nominated for two Grammy Awards including Album of the Year, but they’re not wrapping up on the new music releases just yet. On Friday the band dropped “Cherry Flavored Stomach Ache,” a glowing and peppy new pop song with a vintage tinge.

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The track, produced by Dave Fridmann and Ariel Rechtshaid, is taken from the soundtrack for the upcoming Netflix film The Last Letter From Your Lover, directed by Augustine Frizzell. “The scene we were making the song for was all about movement,” Haim said in a press statement, “so we felt like we needed a traveling beat, which spurred the initial idea. Augustine said she wanted something playful, so it was really a collaborative effort.” Have a listen to the song above.

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Hear every song mentioned in Erykah Badu’s episode of The FADER Uncovered

Hear every song mentioned in Erykah Badu’s episode of The FADER Uncovered
All 72 songs, from Prince to Earl Sweatshirt.

By David Renshaw

June 23, 2021

The seventh full episode of The FADER Uncovered, a brand new podcast series in which host Mark Ronson talks with the world’s most impactful musicians, is up now and available for download wherever you listen to podcasts. This week Ronson is joined by Erykah Badu.

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Between them, Ronson and Badu bring up lots of music across the episode, referencing songs by Prince, Diana Ross, and Earl Sweatshirt to name just a few. To make that all easier to navigate, we’ve dropped it all into a 72-song playlist, which you can check out below.

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Follow and subscribe to The FADER Uncovered here, check out this week’s episode with HAIM here, and check back for new episodes every Monday.

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HAIM are back as the next guest on The FADER Uncovered with Mark Ronson

HAIM are back as the next guest on The FADER Uncovered with Mark Ronson
Read The FADER’s 2013 cover story on HAIM ahead of part two of their conversation with Ronson on next week’s podcast.

By David Renshaw

June 11, 2021

The sixth episode of The FADER Uncovered, a new podcast series in which host Mark Ronson talks with the world’s most impactful musicians, is coming on Monday, June 14. This week Mark returns to part two of his conversation with HAIM. Having discussed their long-standing friendship in part one a few weeks ago. this time round they talk about everything from the secrets to a good party to long lost Ghostbusters theme cover Haim and Mark once recorded together.

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Before the interview goes live, check out HAIM’s FADER cover story from 2013. Follow The FADER by clicking on the cover photo, taken by Alex Wesh, below.

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Follow and subscribe to The FADER Uncovered here, check out this week’s episode with Tame Impala here, and check back for new episodes every Monday.

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Hear every song mentioned in Tame Impala’s episode of The FADER Uncovered

Hear every song mentioned in Tame Impala’s episode of The FADER Uncovered
All 50 songs, from MGMT to SZA.

By David Renshaw

June 08, 2021

The fifth full episode of The FADER Uncovered, a brand new podcast series in which host Mark Ronson talks with the world’s most impactful musicians, is up now and available for download wherever you listen to podcasts. This week Ronson sits down with Tame Impala‘s Kevin Parker to reminisce about the band’s 2012 FADER cover story and to discuss the 10 year anniversary of the band’s debut, Innervision.

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Between them, Parker and Ronson bring up lots of music across the episode, referencing songs by Outkast, MGMT, A$AP Rocky, Black Sabbath, SZA, and, of course, Tame Impala during their conversation. To make that all easier to navigate, we’ve dropped it all into a 50-song playlist, which you can check out below.

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Follow and subscribe to The FADER Uncovered here, check out this week’s episode with HAIM here, and check back for new episodes every Monday.

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Hear every song mentioned in HAIM’s episode of The FADER Uncovered

Hear every song mentioned in HAIM’s episode of The FADER Uncovered
All 43 songs, from Stevie Nicks to Spinal Tap.

By The FADER

May 31, 2021

The fourth full episode of The FADER Uncovered, a brand new podcast series in which host Mark Ronson talks with the world’s most impactful musicians, is up now and available for download wherever you listen to podcasts. This week Ronson sits down with Este and Alana from HAIM to reminisce about their 2013 FADER cover story and to look back over their earliest days as a band. There’s talk of panic attacks on the set of Saturday Night Live plus HAIM’s work with Hollywood auteur Paul Thomas Anderson, too.

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Between them, the Haim sisters and Ronson bring up lots of music across the episode, referencing songs by Kings of Leon, Destiny’s Child, Bonnie Raitt, Lily Allen, Luther Vandross, and many more during their conversation. To make that all easier to navigate, we’ve dropped it all into a 43-song playlist, which you can check out below.

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Follow and subscribe to The FADER Uncovered here, check out this week’s episode with David Byrne here, and check back for new episodes every Monday.

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Hear the trailer for The FADER and Mark Ronson’s new podcast, The FADER Uncovered

Hear the trailer for The FADER and Mark Ronson’s new podcast, The FADER Uncovered
In The FADER Uncovered, host Mark Ronson will speak with pioneering and legendary musicians about their breakthroughs, struggles, and evolutions.

By Alex Robert Ross

May 04, 2021

Mark Ronson has written and produced records for many of the world’s most impactful artists, picked up countless awards including seven Grammys and an Oscar, and been in the room for some of the most important moments in contemporary music history.

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Now he’s teaming up with The FADER for a new podcast. The FADER Uncovered is a series of in-depth conversations with pioneering and legendary artists, including David Byrne, Questlove, HAIM, Rico Nasty, Tame Impala, Erykah Badu, and many more. 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 artistry, reflecting on the breakthroughs, creative struggles, and evolutions that can take place under the spotlight.

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Check out the trailer above and keep an eye out for the first episode of The FADER Uncovered next Monday, May 10. In the meantime, like and subscribe to The FADER Uncovered wherever you listen to podcasts.

Rostam shares new song “4Runner,” announces new album

Rostam shares new song “4Runner,” announces new album
Changephobia is out June 4.

By Jordan Darville

March 02, 2021

Rostam. Photo by Jason Stone.

 

Soon after leaving Vampire Weekend, Rostam Batmanglij became an in-demand pop producer for artists like HAIM and Clairo, and plugged away at a solo career that included 2017’s Half-Light LP. On June 4, Rostam will release his sophomore album Changephobia, and the latest track “4Runner” is out today. Joining “4Runner” on the new project are Rostam’s two recent singles “Unfold You” and “These Kids We Knew.” Stream the visualizer for “4Runner” below:

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In a press statement, Rostam described how he set aside familiar musical touchstones for new ones in the writing for the new album. “The harpsichord and the cello are these iconic instruments of baroque music — my love affair with them is obvious from a decade of referencing Bach and using those instruments in songs. But in the last few years, and throughout this album, I became obsessed with the Baritone sax, inspired by jazz on a deeper level than ever before, and wanting to bring those things into my musical world.”