A black market or underground economy is the market in which goods or services are traded illegally. The key distinction of a black market trade is that the transaction itself is illegal. The goods or services may or may not themselves...Show More Summary
This week’s show was a show for pulling out your air guitar collection and rocking the fuck out so put your earholes on the archive of the show. Below is the playlist for July 26, 2014 [Artist - Song (Album)] 01. The Black Keys – Thick Freakness (Thick Freakness) 02. Left Lane Cruiser – That [...]
Tons of things go into seats, like passengers, child-safety seats and less convenient items like quarters, cellphones and keys that disappear into the black hole between the cushions. Few things, however, come out of a seat unless it's a coil...
Clearly the world is in the midst of a Tysonaissance. From his heralded one-man show, to his bromance with the Black Keys, Mike Tyson is enjoying newfound popularity in some unlikely places. As promised/threatened in its upfronts back in May 2013, Adult Swim unveiled the trailer for its latest animated series, Mike Tyson Mysteries, at Comic-Con. Show More Summary
Interpretation Of The Diagram:In the Democratic Primary Run-off Election between interim Sheriff Jeff Mann and long time political figure (and former Dekalb CEO) Vernon Jones (both of whom are Black Democrats) RACE was injected intoShow More Summary
Matt Sharp's band The Rentals, whose line-up these days includes Lucius' Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig as well as Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney, will release their long-awaited (15 years) new album, Lost in Alphaville, on August 26. They've...
Lana Del Rey received nothing but high praise from producer and Black Keys vocalist Dan Auerbach during his chat with Rolling Stone magazine. In case you haven’t heard, the singer recently dropped a little album called Ultraviolence on the masses. Although the collection of tunes has stirred up a bit of controversy since its arrival,
Ukrainian rebels say they've recovered Malaysia Airlines Flight 17's black boxes today, and that they'll hand them over to the International Civil Aviation Organization, reports the AP. The key find comes today as pro-Russia militants—who have taken criticism over the handling of victims —loaded the bodies recovered so far...
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17's black boxes are key to the crash investigation—so where are they? Good luck with that. The New York Times reports that the voice and data recorders have been taken from the crash site, but after that it gets confusing. There's all kinds of conflicting claims...
The plot thickens. Moments ago, after Ukraine emergency services complained the crash probe was being hampered by separatists, it is these same "rebels" that appear to have found a key piece of the puzzle. PRO-RUSSIAN SEPARATISTS INShow More Summary
Since the first Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in 1986 -- when the likes of Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley were inducted -- more than 300 people have been honored with a place in the Hall of Fame. If you're keeping count, that's nearly 730 Inductees who've had a hand in making rock and roll history. Show More Summary
(Gore) A track from the self-titled debut album of the two-man British rock band Royal Blood. If you love garage and blues rock bands like The Black Keys and the White Stripes, watch out for these guys. Album drops 8/25/14.
There's a lot of things I like about this album, mostly having to do with the Keys moving away from a lot of their stylistic habits and trying out new things. The first thing I noticed was that the arrangements are full and well thought-out without being too excessive, as I felt El Camino was. Show More Summary
In case you were wondering, I'm referring to Byron Crawford, who was name-dropped by the Black Keys' frontman in a recent profile in the New York Times. Crawford's latest oeuvre is titled Kanye West Superstar and will be released on August 18th. The book is already available for pre-order at iTunes and Barnes and Noble. Visit Byron's site for more details.
Sounds like: Foals, The Black Keys, Django Django Song: Alt-J - Left Hand Free What's so good? From their upcoming album This Is All Yours, Alt-J surprised us this morning with a new upbeat track titled "Left Hand Free." While most of...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Broken Bells, Big Data, The Black Keys Song: Spoon - Do You What's so good? God, I sure love me some Spoon. Particularly when it's brand new Spoon and it doesn't suck. "Do You" is the second single off the band's upcoming...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Black Light Dinner Party, Alt-J, The Black Keys Song: Gloomfeather - Strobing What's so good? Meet James Ryan, aka Gloomfeather. This talented guy is a newcomer to Indie Shuffle, but has been collaborating with someone whose work had graced these airwaves, the eccentric producer Michael Keenan. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Gary Clark Jr., The Black Keys, Jack White, Alabama Shakes Song: Benjamin Booker - Violent Shiver What's so good? You may not know who New Orleans native Benjamin Booker is or what it is he does best, but after listening...Show More Summary
Originally due out this spring, Tennis will now release their new album, Ritual in Repeat, on September 9 via Communion Records. The record was produced by Pat Carney of The Black Keys, with additional help from Spoon's Jim Eno...
SUMMARY - THE CHARACTER, HONOR AND INTEGRITY OF THE "CONSCIOUSLY COLONIZED AMERICANIZED NEGRO" IS MALLEABLE BY THE ABILITY OF THE PROPAGANDISTS TO KEEP HIM FOCUSED ON A SUB-DOMAIN OF KEY ISSUES IN THE LARGER UNIVERSE OF THE "BLACK DIASPORA" HOW TO COLONIZE THE AMERICANIZED NEGRO INSIDE OF AMERICA