Tag: Jack White
Brendan Benson Is Holding On with New Album “Dear Life”
The Raconteurs guitarist/singer reflects on his seventh solo album, his fear of dying, and preventing insanity during a lockdown.
Here’s Where to Watch The Raconteurs “Austin City Limits” Live Stream Tonight
The TV broadcast episode will air early next year as part of ACL’s Season 45.
WATCH: Jack Black Is Doing Jack Gray Things with Jack White
The yin-yang twins of rock made music together.
The White Stripes Celebrate Their Self-Titled Debut
The record turns twenty this year, so Third Man is releasing an anniversary edition.
The Raconteurs, “Help Us Stranger”
Their third album may feel almost like a tonic for those befuddled by last year’s bizarro-world “Boarding House Reach.”
WATCH: The Raconteurs Return with “Help Me Stranger”
Jack White and company get weird in Japan for the forthcoming “Help Us Stranger” full-length.
Third Man Records Celebrates Tenth Anniversary in Music City
Jack White and The Raconteurs played their first show in eight years.
The Racounteurs Are Back on Teur
“Help Us Stranger” is the foursome’s first album in eleven years.
PLAYLIST: The SiriusXMU “Download 15” Festival Season Playlist
Prep for your next festival destination with an XMU-curated playlist featuring St. Vincent, Arcade Fire, Jack White, and more.
The Best Albums of 2018 (So Far)
From Amen Dunes to Yo La Tengo, twenty-five releases from this year that are leading the pack.
Announcing FLOOD 8, Available Now for Purchase and Free Download
Our latest print edition is our first-ever double issue, featuring four cover stories—on Jack White, Courtney Barnett, Roy Choi (in conversation with Portugal. The Man), and Kate Berlant and John Early.
The Apotheosis of Jack White
With the release of his third solo record, “Boarding House Reach,” the musician, label-head, and unabashed retrophiliac surveys his career—and the chance cult of personality he’s built along the way.
Jack White, “Boarding House Reach”
This is the sort of record everyone should make twenty years into their career.
Rory Scovel Is Teed Off
Not really. But the South Carolina comic does set his sights on our new reality in his new special, Rory Scovel Tries Stand-Up for the First Time.
Celebrate the First Day of Lolla 2016 with 19 Videos from 19 Lollapaloozas
One from every year of the festival’s history.
Who Cares About Becky with the Good Hair?
To make “Lemonade” all about her potential marital troubles is to once again yoke Beyoncé’s success to her husband—and to stay mired in the madness that this album was built to expose and transcend.
Margo Price, “Midwest Farmer’s Daughter”
The music is barroom, and the attitude is lonesome, on’ry, and mean.
Breaking: Margo Price
Getting a much-needed slice of humble pie with the Tennessee-via-Illinois country artist at the forefront of a Third Man–led traditionalist revival.