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The Dead Weather's "Open Up (That's Enough)" b/w "Rough Detective" is an upcoming 7" that will be released through the platinum edition of Third Man's Vault Subscription. The label writes: The 7"…   Read Story »
Record Store Day is upon us -- this Saturday, 4/20 to be exact -- and Jack White, ambassador of the whole shebang, and his Nashville hub for Third Man Records will unveil a brand new analog machine,…   Read Story »
Sure, Radiohead have come up with some cool merch in their day but they've got nothing on potential collaborator Jack White. Think about it: How many times have you found yourself in dire need of…   Read Story »
On the heels of Jack White's new album announcement as well as the unveiling of Blunderbuss's first single "Love Interruption," we thought it was time to revisit the hits -- not the literal ones,…   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 »
Surprising nobody, folks are more keyed in to the fact that Brendan Benson has released a solo album this time around. His last three LPs paved the way for successful runs with the Raconteurs, and in…   Read Story »
Jack and Alison's "Treat Me Like Your Mother" seemed to have seen its most radical redressing when the mercurial pair shot the shit out of each other in a desert, but then somehow Diplo got…   Read Story »
In a flurry of post-Cinemax/Late Show Horehound activity, we have crystal-clear pro-style black and white video of the band doing the dubbed-out "Cut Like A Buffalo" along with footage of them…   Read Story »
The Raconteurs are presumably still in the midst of a pretty successful run, and between Brendan Benson's upcoming solo LP and this here project they're using this down time to sate their…   Read Story »
Something tells me people are gonna be keyed into Brendan Benson's forthcoming solo LP more than his previous three combined. Which isn't to say One Mississippi, Lapalco, and 2005's The Alternative…   Read Story »