Tag Archives: Jack White

Descendents, blink-182, Fear, Adolescents & more playing Travis Barker’s Musink ’18

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Travis Barker’s Musink Fest is one of two 2018 dates currently booked for blink-182 (the other is Bunbury Fest with Jack White, The Front Bottoms, and more).

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Governors Ball reveals 2018 day-by-day lineups

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Day one has Jack White, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and more; day two has The Gaslight Anthem (playing ‘The 59 Sound’), Japandroids, Manchester Orchestra, The Menzingers, and more; day three has Eminem, N.E.R.D., and more.

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Governors Ball reveal James Blake on 2018 lineup

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The hidden name on the NYC festival’s 2018 lineup turned out to be James Blake.

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Boston Calling 2018 day-by-day lineups

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Day 1 has The Killers, The National, Paramore, Perfume Genius and more; day 2 has Jack White, QOTSA, Tyler the Creator, St Vincent, and more; day 3 has Eminem, Fleet Foxes, The Decemberists, and more.

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Listen to two songs from Jack White’s next solo album, Boarding House Reach

Source: The Key (WXPN)

Listen to two songs from Jack White’s next solo album, Boarding House Reach

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Modern rock royalty Jack White has announced the details of his third full-length solo album. Boarding House Reach will be released later this year via Columbia Records, as well as White’s own label Third Man Records, and while no set release date is public yet, a 7″ single with two new tracks is now available.

“Connected By Love” is a two-chord, meditative slow burner with glorious harmonies on the refrain by Ann and Regina McCrary of Nashville gospel trio The McCrary Sisters. The song meditates on attachment and desire, with White howling “I wanna be directed ...

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Jack White shares “Connected by Love” & “Respect Commander” off new LP

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

After teasing it, Jack White has announced his new album, which is indeed titled Boarding House Reach and will be released via Third Man/Columbia. While he hasn’t announced the release date, he has shared two songs from the album…

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Shaky Knees 2018 lineup (Jack White, QOTSA, The National, Distillers, David Byrne & more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Jack White, Queens of The Stone Age, and The National headline. It’s the first announced reunion date for The Distillers, and the lineup also includes David Byrne, Fleet Foxes, The War On Drugs, Courtney Barnett, and much more.

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Boston Calling announces 2018 lineup

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 2018 edition of Boston Calling which happens May 25-27 at Harvard Athletic Complex. Curated as always by Aaron Dessner of The National, this year is headlined by Eminem, The Killers and Jack White, and will also feature Queens of the Stone Age, Paramore, Tyler the Creator, Khalid, Fleet Foxes, St. Vincent, and more…

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Governors Ball 2018 Lineup Announced

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Eminem, Jack White, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Travis Scott get top billing at this year’s Governors Ball which takes place June 1 – 3 in NYC.

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Jack White planning LP, celebrating new children’s book at NYC Barnes & Noble

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Jack White discussed his upcoming album in an interview with Gary Oldman, and said it will be “good gardening music or roofing music or, you know, back-alley stabbing music.“

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2017 Emmy Nominations: ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Westworld,’ ‘Atlanta,’ Jack White, & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Plus: Chance the Rapper, Aziz Ansari, Common, Riz Ahmed, Snoop (and Martha Stewart), Portlandia, and more nominations.

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XPN MusicNotes: Hear Sean Ono Lennon’s Carrie Fisher homage, read about Jack White’s new music plans

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Watch Margo Price perform a song Jack White on A Prairie Home Companion

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Watch Margo Price perform a song Jack White on A Prairie Home Companion

Margo Price and Jack White | photo by Jon Bream via StarTribune.com

Yesterday was the debut of Chris Thile as the new host of A Prairie Home Companion. Thile, the Grammy winning mandolin player and singer in Nickel Creek, and member of the Punch Brothers, has taken on the role of the new host after long time host Garrison Keillor stepped down in July.

Joining Thile on his debut show were musical guests Sarah Jarosz, Lake Street Dive, and Jack White, who surprised the audience when he brought out Margo Price who joined him on “I’m Lonely (But I ...

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U2 take on Donald Trump at Dreamforce benefit (video); White Stripes “disgusted” by song used in Trump campaign video

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

During the breakdown of “Bullet the Blue Sky,” they launched into back-and-forth with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, using clips of his speeches and Bono offering retorts.

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New Music Show Preview with Jack White, Janelle Monae and more!

Source: The Key (WXPN)

New Music Show Preview with Jack White, Janelle Monae and more!

Photo by Marc Baptise

 

Monday nights mean New Music Discovery on XPN! As we all do our best to hold on to summer, I’ve got some tunes that’ll sound great coming out of your car speakers. We’ll hear a new synth-rock band from Oakland called Waterstrider (one of my new favs), a Philly favorite, Shark Tape, channel The Replacements, and Bon Iver lending his one-of-a-kind vocals to an infectious new song from Francis & The Lights.  Two hours of new music starts at 8pm tonight, here’s a sample of what else we’ll spin…

 “City Lights” by THE WHITE STRIPES / JACK ...

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Vinyl vs. Digital: Which Sounds Better?

Source: Rock On Philly

Featured Image by Gavin St. Ours

We’ve all heard it from that one friend who is a die-hard fan: that records sounds better, and that analog is better than digital. Ask anyone who loves to shop for vinyl and they will surely volunteer some personal intuitive feedback regarding their favorite records.

As records were standard for most of the 1900’s, it’s not terribly shocking that music tailored in its production to be heard through a record player would continue to be enjoyed today. The same can be said for albums recorded for mono before stereo sound was commercialized around 1957-58. The opportunity to listen ...

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