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— A very cool visualization of conducting music. — Jack White apparently stores the master recordings of his music in a climate-controlled vault with a biometric scanner. — Jonathan Chait takes on “pseudo-outrage.” — Jon Stewart, meanwhile, takes on President Obama’s “bro-mails.” — Recent uptick in U.S. earthquakes “almost certainly” linked to oil and gas drilling.
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On a surprisingly cool spring night in Music City, Ashley Monroe took the stage of the Blue Room at musician-producer Jack White's Third Man Records, to treat attendees of the annual Music Biz (Music Business Association) event to a...

Music: Newswire: Jack White's magic machine allows everyone to make their own mini-LPs now

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Having put records on vintage X-rays and liquid-filled vinyl, Jack White is taking his love for the LP into a whole new—or, rather, old—direction. White’s Nashville-based Third Man Records store is adding a refurbished 1947 Voice-O-...

Jack White – “Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground” (Live At Third Man Records)

Music / Indie Music : Stereogum

Jack White has a history of releasing music and merch in cool and unusual ways; his new “Vault Package 14? may not be among his 10 weirdest, but it’s still pretty neat: It includes a 7? of demos for “Freedom At 21,” “Love Interrupti...

Preview A Previously Unreleased White Stripes Recording From Third Man Records’ Latest Vault Package

Music / Indie Music : Stereogum

Every once in a while, Jack White’s Third Man Records will take some older music and make vinyl art-objects out of it, sending the results out to whoever subscribes to its Vault Package series. The latest Vault Package is given over...


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