The black fight for freedom is the key American narrative -- and the U.S. as we know it is younger than you think
Spotify celebrates the 20th anniversary of Alive Naturalsound Records with a special playlist featuring the Black Keys, Buffalo Killers, Radio Moscow, Lee Bains Iii & The Glory Fires, John The Conqueror, T-Model Ford, Iggy Pop & James Williamson, Left Lane Cruiser, The Nerves, Paul Collins & many other great alive acts. Show More Summary
Yesterday, President Obama did a Q&A session on Twitter. When asked what his favorite song was right now, he responded: was listening to outkast/liberation and the black keys/lonely boy this morning. https://t.co/1DP6CRdwlm — President Obama (@POTUS) July 1, 2015 The Black Keys answered as such: “@POTUS: was listening to outkast/liberation and the black keys/lonely boy […]
Every film with music as the key element is not a musical -- not even close. New to DVD are two very different collections in which music is central and remarkable.
Key facts you should know on the fires at black churches in the South.
The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach On The "Deep Kind Of Chemistry" Of His New Side Project
Requested by deadname • Compiled by Jemry DISCO SUCKS 01. Pangea - “Shitty” (Living Dummy) 02. The Black Keys - “Hurt Like Mine” (Thickfreakness) 03. Ty Segall & White Fence - “Scissor People” (Hair) 04. Chain & The Gang - “If I Only Had A Brain” (In Cool Blood) 05. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (RNS) Civil rights veteran and Congressman John Lewis urged black clergy to work for changes in the Voting Rights Act on the second anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that removed key provisions of the law. “It’s time...Show More Summary
Submitted by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, It is somewhat amusing that the word ‘crisis’ originates from Ancient Greece. It’s actually a medical term; Hippocrates wrote extensively about ‘crisis’ being the key turning point in disease progression– the time at which it either overcomes the patient, or it subsides. Show More Summary
Black Keys singer-guitarist Dan Auerbach goes psychedelic on "Outta My Mind," a new track from his debut album with the Arcs. "Somebody help me now," the frontman sings over spacey riffs and a loopy drum pattern reminiscent of Beck's "The New Pollution," sneaking in a bluesy guitar solo at the climax....
The Black Keys frontman's side project readies its full-length debut.
Dan Auerbach’s one-off 7-inch side project the Arcs has transformed into a full-fledged Black Keys side project with a new full-length on the way. (Maybe he’s turning his attention elsewhere while Patrick Carney recovers from his injury-by-wave?) We’ve already heard the boxing-themed “Stay In My Corner,” and now the group has shared “Outta My Mind,” […]
Photo by Richard Swift Recently, the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach launched his new solo project, the Arcs. In May, they put out the boxing-themed "Stay in my Corner" b/w "Tomato Can", and now they've shared new track "Outta My Mind". It comes out July 7 as a 7-inch single, backed by non-LP track "My Mind". Show More Summary
On Thursday, the Supreme Court saved a key interpretation of the Fair Housing Act—a historic 1968 law that prevents discrimination in the housing market—by ruling in a 5-4 decision that a complaint does not have to prove a policy was overtly or intentionally discriminatory to be valid. It uphe
It is thought that a majority of the galaxies in the universe have a massive black hole in the galactic center. Since these black holes have masses of several millions to tens of billions of solar masses, they are called...
1. The Arcs, "Stay in My Corner"Dan Auerbach's got a brand-new band! The first thing we've heard from the Black Keys frontman's side gig is this sweet, laid-back slice of falsetto soul, with a melody that reminds us of John Lennon's "Jealous Guy." We're psyched for the Arcs' debut album,...
When the third season of "Orange Is the New Black" premieres Friday, you can lock up its fans and throw away the key as long as they've got a computer screen and an Internet connection.
We recently sat down to interview Mark Divine of SealFIT. For those who don't know Mark Divine, let me lay it out for you... The man is a former Navy SEAL (graduated #1 in his class), Wall Street C.P.A., Black Belt in martial arts, Yoga...Show More Summary
A pattern has emerged—in Oakland, California; New York; Cleveland; Baltimore; the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson and beyond. Police claiming to feel threatened kill unarmed black men. Protests follow, sometimes including violence. The Department of Justice finds a pattern and practice of racially biased policing. Show More Summary
Rachel Dolezal, who resigned as head of the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington, on Tuesday addressed questions around her ethnicity and self-identification as a black woman, even though her biological parents say she is white. In a...Show More Summary