Posts Tagged ‘jack white’

The Legendary Glastonbury Festival Announces Its 2014 Lineup

The legendary Glastonbury festival, one of the 25 music festivals you should definitely go to before you die, has announced a huge swathe of its lineup. Compared to previous years, there is no really surprisingly awesome... Read more »

Best Songs of the Week

With so much good music steadily coming through, it's easy to miss out on some of the best. To help prevent this, we've picked some of our favorite tracks from the week. Here are the songs... Read more »

Jack White to Make the “World’s Fastest Record”

Surely crafting a new record from start to finish is already a daunting task, from recording to putting that onto whatever medium the artist chooses to share his or her music. It’s a lot of work.... Read more »

Jack White Releases New Track From His Upcoming “Lazeretto” Album

The first release from an album is typically the most accessible song on the album. It’s usually got a big chorus and for a major artist, it’s usually got at least a hint of radio potential,... Read more »

Kanye West, Jack White, and Elton John to Headline Bonnaroo 2014

After months and months of speculation, tonight Bonnaroo revealed the lineup for this year’s music and arts festival and it’s stacked. Kanye West will headline, marking his first appearance at the festival since a highly scrutinized appearance... Read more »

Full Governors Ball Lineup Announced; OutKast, Jack White, Vampire Weekend to Headline

Last week, amidst the frenzy surrounding OutKast’s 40-festival reunion tour announcement, a headlining spot at New York City’s Governors Ball was revealed. Naturally, fans went wild with pre-sale tickets for the festival selling out in minutes.... Read more »

Jack White Confirms New Album on the Way

In a chat that took place on the Third Man Records website, Jack White confirmed that he’s “producing two albums this month, and finishing them” and adds, “one of them is mine.” In addition to the... Read more »

Jack White’s 10 Best Non-White Stripes Songs

Jack White will forever be associated with The White Stripes, but that has never been his only focus. The endlessly creative White always has a number of creative outlets for his music, having released two albums... Read more »

Musicians Who Are More Interesting Than Their Music

Sometimes, the easiest way to get someone interested in a musician is to have a good story. With the amount of competition out there, a narrative with a hook is enough to give you a head... Read more »

Guitar Faces: The Pained, Hilarious, and Embarrassing Expressions of Rock Musicians

When you’re in the middle of an awesome guitar solo, it’s easy to lose yourself, and forget that you’re on stage in front of thousands of people, who, nowadays at least, are ready with their cameras... Read more »

A Guide to Listening to Music With the TV on Mute

In old movies you always see people lying in bed next to a record player, listening to some album that they've listened to a thousand times before. It's a beautiful thing, but times have changed. These... Read more »

Soundtracking Freedom: Struggles and Celebrations in American Independence

Today is the 4th of July, which means it's America's birthday. Which means it's the anniversary of freedom, independence and rocking in the free world. In honor of this momentous occasion we've compiled the best songs... Read more »

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Jack White

Jack White is one of the most interesting characters in rock music. He's a bona fide legend, and a man who, somewhat like Bob Dylan, likes to obscure the truth and confuse interviewers and fans alike... Read more »

Jack White Saves Detroit Masonic Temple From Tax Debt

Jack White has saved the largest Masonic temple in the world from a $142,000 tax debt. Apparently, the Detroit structure had racked up quite the bill and was set for foreclosure until an anonymous donor stepped... Read more »

30 “Indie” Musicians Who Aren’t Actually Indie

Before there was indie music, there was underground music, which was essentially the same thing as what we now call indie, except, as the name implies, no one knew about it. In the '70s and '80s,... Read more »