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Jack White - Lazaretto

Jack White will release his new album Lazaretto on June 10 via Third Man Records. Which makes sense as to why he has a fair share of Festival dates lined up this summer (including Governors Ball).

He also delivered the first taste of the album in the form of an instrumental album track titled “High Ball Stepper.” It’s as bluesy and dirty featuring some fizzy guitar riffs as you’d expect from White, even if it’s a bold choice for the first song shared. But it’s Jack White, he does as he pleases. The first single will follow sometime soon.

The album will feature a limited edition pressed by Third Man Records as a part of their Vault subscription. It will be the only limited edition that they press, so don’t sleep on it. Once it’s gone, it’s gone. Read more about the package at Jack White’s website, and if you like what you see go ahead and treat yourself to the album here.

Stream “High Ball Stepper” below through the cool video directed by Ben Swank & James Cathcart. Read the rest of this entry »

Jack White @ Webster Hall (April 27, 2012)

By Will Oliver, May 1st 2012

I was fortunate enough to score a ticket for the intimate Jack White show at Webster Hall from last Friday, and it was worth every bit of effort. The webcast was great, don’t get me wrong. But being there truly made all the difference in the world. The amount of pure rock & roll energy that translates live with Jack White is indescribable. The floor was shaking, there was a general happy glee among every in the crowd. It was one of those moments where you knew you were around greatness.

Jack White is old fashioned. He had girls taking Polaroids for fans, that we got to take home with us. No cameras were allowed, as Jack wanted us just to enjoy the show, like people used to. There was an intermission, and his all girl band opened the show, and his all boys band finished. He dished out most of his solo stuff, amongst classic White Stripes cuts, as well as a few Raconteurs/Dead Weather songs.

There was no lack of effort, and no cockiness. Jack White just played his songs, and boy did he play them well. I still want to learn guitar, but after witnessing Jack play, there’s truly no point.

I’ve embedded the webstream below. I’ve also included a photo I took of Gary Oldman passing by while I was in line. Commish Gordon live in the flesh!
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[new]: Jack White – Sixteen Saltines

By Will Oliver, March 14th 2012 — with 1 comment

“Sixteen Saltines” is off of Jack White’s debut solo album Blunderbuss. He debuted the song during this weekend’s SNL performance, and now he’s currently streaming it over at his site. I’ve embedded it below for your convenient listening pleasure.

Funky blues-inspired riffs and Jack’s signature vocals will do well to comfort us in this post-apocalyptic White Stripes era.

If you like what you hear, the single’s 7″ is up for pre-order. The b-side is a cover of U2′s “Love Is Blindness”. The single is due on March 20, while Blunderbuss is due April 24 on Third Man Records/Columbia.

[watch]: Jack White Play SNL

By Will Oliver, March 9th 2012 — with 1 comment

Last weekend Jack White graced the stages of SNL with his always confident stage presence. He performed “Love Interuption”, the lead single from his debut album Blunderbuss, as well as “Sixteen Saltines”. He performed the former with an all-girls band, and an all-boys band for the latter.

Catch both performances below.
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Jack White has announced his debut album Blunderbuss is on the way. The LP will be released April 24 on Third Man Records/Columbia. White produced the album and recorded it at his own Thrid Man Studios in Nashville.

“Love Interruption” is the first single from the album. It’s a solomn folksly affair with duel vocals (apparently) from Nashville artist Ruby Amanfu. It’s got that feel off The White Stripes slower acoustic album cuts. It’s available to stream now, and up for pre-order on vinyl, where it’s due out on February 7 via Third Man Recordds. It comes with exclusive b-side “Machine Gun Silhouette”.

Listen to the song below, and check out a quote from Jack about

“(Blunderbuss is) an album I couldn’t have released until now. I’ve put off making records under my own name for a long time but these songs feel like they could only be presented under my name. These songs were written from scratch, had nothing to do with anyone or anything else but my own expression, my own colors on my own canvas.”

We all knew it was a matter of time until we got a solo album from Jack. With The White Stripes out of the picture, and no new news about The Raconteurs/The Dead Weather, now seems like a perfect opportunity.

[listen] Black Milk – Brain // Royal Mega (Feat. Jack White)

By Will Oliver, July 12th 2011 — with 2 comments

Imagine if Jack White put together a jazz fusion of The Dead Weather/Black Keys along with the smooth touch of Detroit MC Black Milk. Well that’s exactly what you get on “Brain” and “Royal Mega”, two new songs from Black Milk that Jack White co-produced.  Jack played guitar on “Brain” and drums on “Royal Mega”.

Both songs are funky fresh and sure to please fans across the board. It drops tomorrow on a 7″ record via Jack’s Third Man Records. Take a listen to both songs below thanks to SKOA:

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