TL;DR: If you're a collector who likes to keep their vinyl sleeves intact, this is not the LP for you.
Have we reached peak vinyl? Probably, yeah, and shit like this doesn’t help. After already releasing a superfluous box set of eight 7-inch records containing Jay Z’s latest artistic flop, Magna Carta … Holy Grail (which was, let’s remember, initially released via Samsung phone), Third Man Records is double-dipping and putting out a more traditional […]
Bob Dylan, Jack White and the late B.B. King are among the scores of musicians featured in the new documentary, Born in Chicago, which chronicles the remarkable transformation and evolution of the blues that took place in the city during the 1950s and 1960s. Directed by John Anderson — who helmed the concert portion...
The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards will take place on Sunday, August 30 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Today, they announced the nominees. Kendrick Lamar leads the field with thirteen nominations, thanks to his work with Flying Lotus and Taylor Swift. Show More Summary
So the other day, I was in the shower listening to Gordon Lightfoot on my phone as one does. I got out and picked up my phone and saw that the song I just listened to, “If You Could Read My Mind,” was covered by Neil Young. As I enjoy...
Guy on cell: Yeah, I spoke to Jack Black about it… right, yeah. I think he’ll do just about anything at this point. [pause] Jack Black. Jack Black. [pause] Oh, Jack White. Jack Black is the comedian. Yeah. –Starbucks, 51st & Broadway Overheard by: Jim
Image via Facebook On the heels of the announcement that they would record a live album at Jack White's Third Man Records, Death From Above 1979 have announced that they are postponing and cancelling four shows this month, including the July 16 direct-to-acetate gig. Show More Summary
When Jack White isn't covering Led Zeppelin songs with Robert Plant, blowing up the Internet with guacamole jokes or experimenting with music videos, he's also juggling side projects. One of White's side projects is The Dead Weather, his band with Alison Mosshart of The Kills. Show More Summary
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Jack White and Alison Mosshart's The Dead Weather have been teasing fans with singles over the last couple years and have finally announced a new album. It's titled Dodge and Burn and will be out in September through White's...
Jack White’s side project The Dead Weather have announced the September release of their third album, Dodge & Burn. Over the course of the last year, they’ve sporadically released four new singles, “Rough Detective”, “Open Up (That’s Enough)”, “It’s Just Too Band” and “Buzzkill(er),” which will all appear on Dodge & Burn, accompanied by eight new tracks.… Read More
Third time is the charm for Jack White's supergroup the Dead Weather. The Nashville-based rock quartet has officially announced a third album, Dodge and Burn, set for a September release. It will follow 2009's Horehound and 2010's Sea...Show More Summary
The supergroup announced their first album since 2010, due out this fall.
Jack White and Alison Mosshart’s supergroup side project the Dead Weather have been releasing a string of singles of the past year-and-a-half in the lead-up to their third full-length album. That album’s just been announced — it’s called Dodge & Burn, and was recorded in Nashville during spare moments in White, Mosshart, Queens Of The […]
Never one to sit still very long, Jack White will release a new album by The Dead Weather—a quartet featuring White along with The Kills’ Alison Mosshart plus Jack Lawrence and Dean Fertita—this September. The Dead Weather has never been the most active of White’s projects, having last released an album in 2010, but its slim discography is solid. Show More Summary
Jack White and the Kills' Alison Mosshart's band the Dead Weather have announced Dodge & Burn, their first new album since 2010's Sea of Cowards. It'll be out this September through Third Man Records. It includes "Open Up (That's Enough)",...Show More Summary
Jack White and Alabama Shakes associate takes on Yeezy.
Will baby man spawn a class of memes to rival Jack White's resting pout face? Will Bartman reappear rocking a BabyBjörn and try to win over still angered Cubs fans? Only time (or Photoshop) will tell. [ more › ]
Fucked Up are to record a live album at Jack White's Third Man Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. On the heels of the announcement that Death From Above 1979 are also going to be recording a live album, Third Man has announced that Fucked Up will perform and record direct-to-acetate in the Blue Room on July 5. Show More Summary
Show will be recorded directly to acetate and released as new live LP.