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The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Look, for some of us, every week is Britpop Week, but for all practical purposes, Britpop Week is over. Just like Britpop itself, sadly. There's not much in this week's 5 Best Songs that bears even a tangential connection to that bygone moment. Well, there's British singer Hannah Diamond. And there's White Lung, whose… More »

By: Stereogum / April 25, 2014

Jack White – “Power Of My Love” (Elvis Presley Cover)

For Record Store Day this past weekend, Jack White attempted and completed a very Jack White-esque stunt: Recording, pressing, and releasing a new 7" single in just over three hours, making it the world's fastest single. For the occasion, he recorded a live version of "Lazaretto," the title track from his forthcoming… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 22, 2014

The 10 Most Expensive Record Store Day ’14 Flips On Ebay

If you haven't opened your Record Store Day purchases yet, you may want to throw it up on eBay instead. Just two days after the big day, RSD exclusives are being flipped for ridiculous amounts of money. Any list like this is imperfect and this is probably already out of date but we've combed through… More »

By: James Rettig / April 21, 2014

Jack White – “Lazaretto” (Studio Version)

This past weekend, for Record Store Day, Jack White attempted the "world's fastest record" -- recording and pressing vinyl copies of his new song "Lazaretto" in three hours and change. But "Lazaretto" is also the title track from White's forthcoming solo album, and the live-in-studio version of it that White recorded on Saturday isn't… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 21, 2014

Hear Jack White’s “Lazaretto,” The World’s Fastest Record

As someone who enjoys goofy stunts and old-timey vinyl, Jack White must feel like a kid on Christmas morning every time Record Store Day rolls around. For this year's feat of ingenuity, he decided to record the world's fastest record -- a live-in-studio version of "Lazaretto," the title track from his forthcoming album. More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 21, 2014

Watch Eminem & Rihanna Peform, Jack White Cameo With Conan At The MTV Movie Awards

If you missed last night's MTV Movie Awards, you have plenty of valid excuses -- Game Of Thrones, Mad Men, Coachella, watching people talk about Coachella on Twitter, literally one million other better things you could've been doing. So here are a couple of the things you missed. 8 Mile star Eminem and Battleship star… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 14, 2014

Jack White Announces More 2014 U.S. Tour Dates

In the span of a week, Jack White confirmed the details of his upcoming album, Lazaretto, announced he would record and release a new 7" in a single day, and now, announced the details of a tour that will take him into August. The tour proper starts on May 29 in Tulsa, hit… More »

By: Michael Nelson / April 7, 2014

Jack White To Record, Press, And Release “Lazaretto” 7″ In A Single Day

Jack White bends the rules of physical releases more than just about anyone. Between the 3" mini records, the records set free on balloons, and combination 7" & 12" records it's no surprise that he was named Ambassador Of Record Store Day last year, and it's no surprise that he has something ridiculous i… More »

By: Miles Bowe / April 3, 2014

Jack White – “High Ball Stepper” Video

April 1 is a crummy day to be a blogger because you're especially likely to be prahnked, as they say on Kroll Show. Is the instrumental jam "High Ball Stepper" really the first song to be released from Jack White's new LP, Lazaretto? I've got faith that it is, even if an instrumental is a… More »

By: Michael Nelson / April 1, 2014

Neil Young Recorded A Letter Home In Jack White’s Vinyl Recording Booth, Is Writing “Fucking Weird” Sci-Fi Book

Neil Young is down in Austin right now to hype up his forthcoming Pono service, at events that included a keynote address that went awkward. But in an interview with SPIN's Garrett Kamps, Young also shared a few details about A Letter Home, the new album that he recorded at Jack White's Third… More »

By: Tom Breihan / March 15, 2014

Watch Neil Young’s PonoMusic Kickstarter Video With Arcade Fire, Beck, Jack White, & Many More

Yesterday we heard about the impending launch of Neil Young's PonoMusic through Kickstarter. Now the Kickstarter is live with a promo video featuring a dumbfounding parade of musical luminaries singing Pono's praises. Watch Arcade Fire, Jack White, Beck, Eddie Vedder, Emmylou Harris, Bruce Springsteen, Patti Smith, Foo Fighters, Sting, Tom Petty, Elvis Costello,… More »

By: Chris DeVille / March 11, 2014

An Annotated Media Guide To Danger Mouse

On February 24, 2004, music fans worldwide participated in a coordinated act of civil disobedience. Dubbed Grey Tuesday, the digital demonstration was this simple: Hundreds of websites posted a free download of The Grey Album, Danger Mouse's mashup of the Beatles' self-titled "White Album" and Jay Z's The Black Album, and more than 100,000 fa… More »

By: Chris DeVille / February 26, 2014

Bonnaroo Lineup 2014

Like last year, Bonnaroo is announcing the bulk of its fest lineup via a 30-minute B.L.A.M. (Bonnaroo Line-Up Announcement Megathon) webcast. The 2014 reveal is hosted by comedians Hannibal Buress and Taran Killam and features a super jam with the Flaming Lips, Ben Folds, and special guests (I'm guessing Foxygen based on thisMore »

By: Scott Lapatine / February 19, 2014

Report: Neil Young & Jack White Prep Covers Album

During a recent Reddit AMA, Jack White said that he's "producing two albums this month, and finishing them," also saying that "one of them is mine." And now, as Consequence Of Sound points out, the music journalist Michael Goldberg claims that the other album is a full-on collaborative covers album from White… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 16, 2014

Governors Ball 2014 Lineup

We already knew that OutKast would headline this summer's Governors Ball festival in New York; it followed Coachella as the second reunion show that the legendary duo had announced. But the rest of the lineup for Governors Ball, which comes to New York City's Randall's Island 6/6-8, is online now; as IdolatorMore »

By: Tom Breihan / January 15, 2014

Watch Jack White On Charlie Rose

Jack White is a pretty good interview, and Charlie Rose is a pretty good interviewer, and last week, White appeared on Rose's show to talk about his work putting together the box set The Rise And Fall Of Paramount Records 1917-1932, Volume 1 -- a lavish and painstakingly curated set containing 800 early blues song… More »

By: Michael Nelson / December 30, 2013

Watch Jack White Join Brendan Benson On Two Raconteurs Songs In Nashville Last Night

Lately, Jack White has been busy, first with his solo album and then with the impending return of the Dead Weather, and it's been a few years since he did anything with the Raconteurs, his band with Brendan Benson. But last night, Benson played a benefit for the David Lynch Foundation at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium,… More »

By: Tom Breihan / December 19, 2013

The Dead Weather – “Open Up (That’s Enough)”

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 Third Man subscription series that'll take the band through 2013. At some point, they'll also compile those songs, and… More »

By: Tom Breihan / December 13, 2013

Watch Jack White’s “We’re Going To Be Friends” From Inside Llewyn Davis Concert Film

Inside Llewyn Davis, the Coen brothers' upcoming film set in the early-'60s Greenwich Village folk scene, will be accompanied by a star-studded concert special called Another Day, Another Time on Showtime next week. The concert was filmed at Town Hall in Manhattan back in September, and we already saw fan-made video of Elvis Costello'… More »

By: Chris DeVille / December 4, 2013

Rockin’ Legends To Pay Tribute To Jack White On Rockin’ Legends Pay Tribute To Jack White

Jack White has spent an entire brilliant career paying oblique tribute to the fuzzier, wilder ancestral forms of rock music that haven't, by and large, gotten a ton of play within popular culture over the past decade-plus. It's only right, then, that some of the survivors of those past eras are paying White some tribute… More »

By: Tom Breihan / November 13, 2013
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