FADER Label is an independent record label based in New York City and home to singer/songwriter Clairo, Detroit native Charlie Burg, multi-talented 22-year-old Zachary Knowles, popstar in-the-making Slayyyter, energetic Platinum certified duo Matt and Kim, and a number of rising talent including binki, ella jane, James Ivy, and more. The label has released a posthumous album from Alan Vega — prolific artist and one-half of the influential proto-punk band Suicide — and also holds the catalogues to roster alumni Saul Williams, The Bots, Yuna, Neon Indian, Ben Lee, Birdmonster, and Editors.
The label was co-founded in 2002 by Rob Stone and Jon Cohen and has since put out a dynamic catalogue of critically acclaimed full-length albums and singles worldwide.
Clairo’s debut EP,diary 001, on 12" vinyl. Coming off direct support for Dua Lipa on an international tour, Clairo headed out on her first headline tour in summer 2018, including a sold out run of dates through North America.
"A suite of entrancing original songs...an innate knack for complex emotions rendered so casually as to be destabilizing." - New York Times
"The sound Clairo has been tracing comes into bloom ondiary 001... over time, her songs reveal the depth of her craft." - Pitchfork
Debut studio album by British post-punk revival band Editors, released on 25 July 2005. It entered the UK Albums Chart at number 13 in July 2005, before peaking at number 2 in January 2006. It was produced by Jim Abbiss, and was released by Kitchenware in the United Kingdom, PIAS Recordings in Europe, and FADER Label in the United States.
Lewis Del Mar’s sophomore album, AUGUST, on 12” vinyl. After a three year hiatus, New York duo Danny Miller and Max Harwood are back with their long-anticipated album, which reimagines a chaotic summer with boundless texture and detail. Since the album's release on August 21st, the duo has performed on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Digital FADER Fort, and has been praised by TIME Magazine, i-D, Billboard, and more.
“The experimental pop duo’s first album in four years is a psychedelic reflection on identity and our radical present.” - i-D
"In many ways, AUGUST honors the duo's turbulent past few years while also signifying a forthcoming fresh start." - Billboard