How Alison Mosshart's Onstage Prowl Changed Music
Eleven years after the release of The Kills' 'Midnight Boom,' Mosshart's ferocious fearlessness is something that indie rock still desperately needs.
Music Really Sucked This Weekend
Lana Del Rey tweeted, Tom Waits condemned Jack White to cell phone hell, and Nicki Minaj also tweeted.
Alex Robert Ross
Of Course Sleep Is Releasing Their First Album in Over a Decade on 4/20
An iTunes listing reveals that the stoner metal legends' new album, 'The Sciences,' will be out tomorrow on Jack White's Third Man Records label.
Jack White and Julian Casablancas Don't Give a Shit Anymore
The Voidz' new album 'Virtue' and White's #1 record 'Boarding House Reach' are both genre-agnostic experiments that make a case for the freedom of gleeful self-indulgence.
Regular-Ass Physical Sales Got Jack White to the Top of the Billboard 200
Jack "The Vinyl Lover"™ White sold 121,000 CD and vinyl copies of 'Boarding House Reach,' breaking streaming's hold on the chart.
The "Young Blood" Jack White Thinks Rock Needs Is Right Here
In a recent radio interview, White said he's waiting for guitar music to "explode" again. But these bands are already on it.
Jack White Has Banned Phones at His Live Shows, Because Of Course He Has
"Enjoy a phone-free, 100% human experience."
Jack White Makes His Comeback with Two Wild and Woolly New Songs
"Connected by Love" and "Respect Commander" are here and to be honest, they kinda rip.
Governors Ball 2018
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Travis Scott, and Eminem Top the 2018 Gov Ball Lineup
Plus, The Gaslight Anthem will play 'The '59 Sound' and Mark Ronson will do something with Diplo.
Alex Robert Ross
Is This New Jack White Song Even a Song? Asking for a Friend
Is "Servings and Portions from My Boarding House Reach" an album taster? Or has Jack White just decided to redefine the concept of a song?
Karen Elson Has Found the Shoreline
Six years after her split from Jack White—and the tabloid frenzy it fed—Elson has made her own land on 'Double Roses.'
Kim Taylor Bennett
You Can Now Stream the White Stripes' Little-Heard Debut Show
Recorded live at Detroit's Gold Dollar on Bastille Day 1997.