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The Kills and the Dead Weather singer Alison Mosshart recently teamed up with Eric Arjes, a singer/songwriter from Nashville, for a brooding and synthy ballad called "Bad Blood." The song made an…   Read Story »
Now that Gang Of Four have replaced founding vocalist Jon King with John "Gaoler" Sterry, guitarist Andy Gill is the only remaining original member of the band responsible for the landmark 1979 debut…   Read Story »
The Kills opened for Jack White in Dublin last night ahead of White's stop at Glastonbury, which of course led to several collaborations between White and Kills singer Alison Mosshart, his Dead…   Read Story »
A couple of months ago, we learned that the Jack White/Alison Mosshart band the Dead Weather was getting ready for an imminent return by prepping a bunch of singles, all of them available through a…   Read Story »
Tomorrow is National Voter Registration Day, and the non-partisan group HeadCount is taking action by hosting registration events in 30 cities. Alongside that push comes a social campaign featuring…   Read Story »
For Record Store Day (April 21), Domino and Ribbon will put out the multi-media Smugglers Way Flexi-Disc Zine, a release that combines a 24-page zine with five flexi discs of unreleased material by…   Read Story »
Tuesday night, the fourth season of the biker melodrama Sons Of Anarchy debuted on FX, and the episode featured the Kills/Dead Weather singer Alison Mosshart covering the wide-eyed standard "What A…   Read Story »
The first single from The Dead Weather's Sea Of Cowards is kind of a monster, as is its new video. Jack White and Alison Mosshart echo each other's taunts over the song's lurching, massive guitar…   Read Story »
When MTV's college-obsessed little sister station mtvU announced the nominations for this year's Woodie Awards, we had some fun trying to make sense of the logic underlying the way in which they had…   Read Story »
The Dead Weather can be a mixed bag between their principals' ineffable charisma and their lesser songs' paint-by-numbers posturing -- but the project's certainly carved a niche in turning out some…   Read Story »