When Cliff Bleszinski formed Boss Key Productions to create the game now known as LawBreakers, he always knew that free-to-play was the model he wanted. That statement's not as black and white as it sounds. There's a lot of in-between when you're dealing with that monetization scheme. Show More Summary
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Dan Auerbach says that boxing was one of the major influences on his new project, The Arcs. Dan Auerbach, most notable as the singer and guitarist of The Black Keys, has a new project with a new album coming up. The Arcs, led by Auerbach,...Show More Summary
Black Keys front man Dan Auerbach has a new band, the Arcs, and their debut album is streaming now via NPR. The Arcs' debut album is called Yours, Dreamily, and it has a more loosey-goosey psychedelic feel to it than the Keys' blues-rock. Auerbach has said of the album, “I wanted... More »
An "extra weird" LP from The Black Keys member's latest project.
The Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach introduced his new band the Arcs a few months ago, and their debut album Yours, Dreamily comes out next month. The band’s aesthetic isn’t too far removed from the Black Keys’ utilitarian blues-rock, but it puts a little more emphasis on fleshed-out arrangements that recall classic Southern soul. We’ve […]
Stream The Debut Album From Black Keys Frontman Dan Auerbach's Gritty Soul Collective The Arcs
Dan Auerbach's the Arcs will release their debut album Yours, Dtreamily on September 4th, but a week before it arrives, the Black Keys singer has offered up a stream of his new project's new LP. Head over to NPR to hear Yours, Dreamily, which leans more toward soul and R&B than Auerbach's...
Ryan Adams, Norah Jones, Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney, Charles Bradley and Jakob Dylan are just a few of the artists gathering in New York City for a two-night tribute to Neil Young. Presented by Best Fest, the outfit behind events such as Stones Fest, Dylan Fest and Petty Fest, Neil Fest happens Sept. Show More Summary
On September 13 and 14, the Bowery Ballroom in New York City will host Neil Fest, a star-studded festival celebrating the music of Neil Young. The lineup features Ryan Adams, Sharon Van Etten, Body/Head, Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Nick Zinner, the Black Keys' Patrick Carney, Norah Jones, Michelle Branch, Jakob Dylan, and many more. Show More Summary
Dan Auerbach's the Arcs will release their debut LP, Yours, Dreamily, on September 4th, and today the Black Keys singer exclusively shares a live take on his latest project's "Stay in My Corner." The slow-burning rocker, inspired by the recent Floyd Mayweather–Manny Pacquiao fight, was recorded in L.A. at the Village Recorder. "This was at the...
Known to many for his work on the Grey Album and as one half of Gnarls Barkley, and also for his production work with The Black Keys, Gorillaz, Norah Jones, and many others, producer Danger Mouse is officially launching his own record label.
Another case? An investigative blogger has accused Shaun King, a key figure in the Black Lives Matter movement, of…
Earlier today we revealed that one of the key organizers of the so-called “black lives matter” group is a white guy who has been lying for years and claiming he’s
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Danger Mouse has had plenty of projects to keep him busy, including production work on recent albums from U2, A$AP Rocky, Gorillaz, Beck, Norah Jones, the Black Keys, and more. Now, the Broken Bells, Gnarls Barkley, Rome, and Grey Album mastermind is starting his own label. Show More Summary
The Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach has a new project called the Arcs, and he’s getting ready to release their debut album Yours, Dreamily in a few weeks. We’ve posted their songs “Stay In My Corner” and “Outta My Mind,” and now they’ve shared a video for a third, “Put A Flower In Your Pocket.” […]
Recently, the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach launched his new solo project, the Arcs. They've just released a new video for album cut "Put a Flower in Your Pocket", which you can check out below via Noisey. Directed by El Oms, the animated video features a love triangle between a boxer, a gangster, and the gangster's girlfriend. Show More Summary
You Should Subscribe Here Now Noisey is proud to premiere the video for “Put a Flower in Your Pocket,” the grimy new single from The Arcs, a new band featuring Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, Leon Michels, Richard Swift, Homer Steinweiss, and Nick Movshon. Show More Summary
Following a year of worldwide festivals and select shows supporting Queens of The Stone Age, Jack White, The Black Keys and Arctic Monkeys, The Kills recently returned to North America for a run of summer festivals and low key headline shows. Show More Summary