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Inbox Jukebox: A Weekly Shortlist of Good New Music. Jack White, Khruangbin, Loma, and More

Our music critic reviews five outstanding cuts from the flood of releases that his his inbox this week. by Dave Segal Shocka: Jack White found the funk. Third Man Records Jack White, “Corporation” (Third Man/Columbia). Look, I'm as surprised as you are that I'm recommending a Jack White song in 2018. But! The Detroit homie has come back with some vicious rhythmic business (think Jimi Hendrix Experience's "Little Miss Lover")—some hard funk buttressed with what sounds like clavinet and bongos.
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