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The Black Keys Tell Letterman “I Got Mine”

The Ohian duo have emerged from the basements and the factories and fallen into the arms of Danger Mouse and Letterman. We gave props to Attack & Release across the board -- better writing, interesting production (obviously) -- now all that remains is to weigh in on the live show. From the look of… More »

By: Amrit Singh / April 18, 2008

Premature Evaluation: The Black Keys – Attack & Release

Danger Mouse is a good producer. Or at least we like the accents and aesthetic he brings to his projects. His dreamy sheen saves much of the mediocre Odd Couple, for instance. In general, there's better songwriting on the Black Keys fifth album, and follow up to 2006's Magic Potion, Attack & Release,… More »

By: brandon / March 21, 2008

New Black Keys – “Psychotic Girl”

Danger Mouse keeps busy. Set aside the recent flurry of Gnarlsy news and tracks. Just today we hear that the "unnamed producer" working on Beck's next album is mighty Mouse himself which, after taking a good listen to his work here on the Black Keys' "Psychotic Girl," is just perfect. Danger, who produce… More »

By: Amrit Singh / March 6, 2008

Black Keys – Attack & Release

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By: Stereogum / March 5, 2008

Blender‘s 40 Greatest Rock ‘N Roll Books

For our latest edition of Stereogum's Shit List (i.e., someone else makes a list, we think it's shitty), we turn your attention to this guide from the scholars at Blender. 40. Yes Yes Y'All: The Experience Music Project Oral History Of Hip-Hop's First Decade 39. Stairway To Hell: The 500 Best Heavy-Metal Albums In TheMore »

By: Scott Lapatine / September 19, 2006
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