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Third Man Records Celebrates Tenth Anniversary in Music City
Jack White and The Raconteurs played their first show in eight years.
Third Man Records and Light in the Attic to Release Children’s Compilation LP and Turntable
The album features Vashti Bunyan, Harry Nilsson, Nina Simone, Woody Guthrie, Jerry Garcia, Shel Silverstein, Kermit the Frog, and more.
Third Man Records and Shinola Partner to Purchase Building in Detroit’s Historic Cass Corridor
The new retail space is set to open this fall
Jack White to Release Jay Z’s “Magna Carta Holy Grail” on Third Man Records
The 2013 album will be released as a 7″ box set that includes several innovative (and shiny) features
Jack White’s Third Man Records Adds a Publishing Wing
Jack White’s Third Man Records is merging the worlds of music and literature by opening a new publishing wing. To go along with this exciting…
Ovlov Give Us a Digression-Prone Breakdown of Each Track on Their Third LP “Buds”
The cult rockers’ first album since 2018’s “TRU” is out now via Exploding in Sound.
A Great Big Pile of Leaves Walk Us Through Their Long-Anticipated Third Album “Pono”
Pete Weiland, Tyler Soucy, and Tucker Yaro detail each track on their first album in nearly a decade.
On the Young Adult Sorrow and Undeniable Bops of Fountains of Wayne’s “Welcome Interstate Managers”
With 2003’s “Stacy’s Mom”–toting LP getting a Real Gone Music reissue, we revisit the power-pop group’s uncool and understated third release.
Watch Wild Belle’s Natalie Bergman Play “I’m Going Home” in LA for “Neighborhoods”
Bergman’s debut solo album “Mercy” arrives this Friday via Third Man Records.
Jungle Command You to Get Off Your Ass with “Keep Moving”
Their third album “Loving in Stereo” will be out August 13 via Caiola records.
Sooper Records Gives Back to Chicago
NNAMDÏ, Sen Morimoto, Glenn Curran, KAINA, and Blacker Face, the label’s co-founders and artists, wind up succeeding as activists without thinking too much about it.
The White Stripes Announce Greatest Hits Album, Unearth Performance Videos
The musical anthology will be out December 4 on Third Man and Columbia Records.
PLAYLIST: Boston Manor’s Songs That Inspired “GLUE”
Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, and Deftones are among the groups that influenced BM’s latest record.
PREMIERE: Choir Boy’s “Sweet Candy” Explores the Cravings of Those Denying Themselves Romantic Fullfillment
The SLC dream pop crew share the sugary third single from “Gathering Swans.”
Caribou’s Dan Snaith: the Family Man Surrounded By Change
His long-awaited seventh album, “Suddenly,” is an exercise in empathy.
Vinyl Production Halts Following Fire at a Cali Manufacturing Plant
The destruction of the Apollo Masters facility affects the vinyl industry worldwide.
We Need to Unpack the Best-Selling Vinyl Records of the Decade
The vinyl revival of the 2010s reminds us that what’s old is still new if you’re young enough.
The Coolies Announce Third Pressing of Debut EP to Honor Kim Shattuck
The punk group made a benefit record to help find a cure for ALS, a disease Shattuck suffered from.
Jonathan Fire*Eater’s “Tremble Under Boom Lights” To Get Re-release Courtesy of Third Man
The proto-Walkmen ensemble’s long out-of-print EP will see the light of day on October 18, along with a book of Stewart Lupton’s poetry.
FLOOD ESSENTIALS: June 2019 feat. WHY?, Bill Callahan, Mannequin Pussy, and More
Give a listen to some of our favorite songs and albums from last month.
WATCH: Charli XCX Announces Third Album and Drops “Blame It On Your Love” Video
The edgy English pop star is releasing music feat. Lizzo, HAIM, Troye Sivan, and many more.
PREMIERE: Daniel Romano Explores the Mysteries of Nature in “Empty Husk” Video
The Canadian Americana songwriter announces his eighth album, Finally Free, and an extensive North American tour along with the foliage-filled video.
It’s Time to Talk About Those “Music From and Inspired by ‘Spider-Man’” Albums
The official unofficial soundtracks to Sam Raimi’s trilogy reflect an odd moment in the history of popular movie soundtracks—namely one in which the soundtracks’ songs don’t actually appear in the movies.
Soul Food: A Meeting on the Fringe with Roy Choi and Portugal. The Man
On a rainy day in Watts, Los Angeles, John Gourley and Zach Carothers of Portugal. The Man joined their friend Roy Choi at his restaurant LocoL for a bite to eat—and made plans to save the world.
FLOOD’s Best Records of 2017 (So Far)
We’re halfway there.
Chicano Batman, “Freedom Is Free”
The LA quartet has crafted one of the most pleasurable sounding records you’ll hear this year, the idea of personal liberty permeating the record’s warm grooves.
FLOOD’s Best Records of 2016
Great year for music, terrible year for everything else.
Five Records for Record Store Day’s Black Friday 2016
They’re almost worth trampling someone over.