Jack White + Hype Williams + Brittany Colombo + nonsensical Guitar Solo = EXCELLENCE!
Still feels wrong to call Blunderbuss Jack White’s solo debut…but it is. Right now, you can stream it in full on his wbsite. The album will be released on April 24.
New track from Jack White titled Love Interruption which is off his upcoming solo project Blunderbuss.You may know Jack White from the White Stripes, The Raconteurs, & Dead Weather but this will be a solo project and its due out in April 2012.
From Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi’s collaborative project, Rome. The album is said to be inspired by the “spaghetti-western” film genre and is set for a live-action feature film accompaniment. “The music video is essentially the fever dream of the antagonist of the story. It’s mostly his backstory, his life before the tale we see in the movie,” says video director, Chris Milk
July: A month that felt as unfortunately short as it was oppressively hot. Summer’s core. The month for “loud noises”, heat strokes, grilled meats and part-time romances. If you were me (and you might be as far as I know, because I don’t fully understand temporal physics) this would have been your soundtrack for the last 31 days” Sene – Exit, Us (Video) Friends – Friends Crush (Ari Why Remix) Black Milk x Jack White – Brain / Royal Mega Kurt Vile – Baby’s Arms (Video) The Throne (Jay-Z x Kanye West) – Otis Add-2 – Iron Mic St. Vincent – Surgeon VIDEO OF THE MONTH: Pusha T ft. Tyler the Creator – Trouble On My Mind JAM OF THE MONTH: The Drums – Money
Yeah, yeah, yeah…I was supposed to do this yesterday. I KNOW! Audible Doctor ft. Silent Knight, KON, Rasheed Chappell, YC the Cynic & Soul Khan – Stayin’ Busy (Remix) Pollyn – How Small We Are (Video) Freeway – Listen Skyzoo – Test Drive (Video) Friends – Friends Crush (Ari Why Remix) Black Milk x Jack White – Brain / Royal Mega Kurt Vile – Baby’s Arms (Video) JAM OF THE WEEK: The Drums – Money (haven’t stopped singing this yet)
You read that right. Detroit emcee/producer Black Milk has collaborated with modern rock legend, Jack White. The new tracks (which features White in the production role and on drums for “Royal Mega”) makes Black Milk the first Hip-Hop artist to release a single on White’s Third Man Records label. This sort of thing is exactly why I spend half my day digging through the internet for new stuff. Artificial boundaries crossed, pre-conceptions smashed, and music is made. To be honest, I don’t even care if the song is good…that’s irrelevant. Just the fact that it exists is enough for me. Head to Black Milk’s site to hear the songs and get the full back-story.