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With their new album I Am A Problem: Mind In Pieces now out through Jack White’s Third Man Records, Detroit noise act Wolf Eyes have taken over the label’s Instagram account and trolled its vinyl-loving rock and blues followers with a series of bizarre memes. Here are just a few of our favourites in all
Melbourne singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett‘s latest collab with Jack White has finally hit our ears, and it’s the deceptively dark new single Boxing Day Blues (Revisited). Barnett’s new track, which was produced by White for his label Third Man Records, is a sort of epilogue for Boxing Day Blues, the final song on her debut album
Courtney Barnett has teamed up with Jack White and his label, Third Man Records, to put together the new single Boxing Day Blues Revisited, which will be released later this month alongside a new cover by Barnett which has already hit the interwebs. Boxing Day Blues Revisited, which was produced by White for Third Man
Jack White is a man of many talents, including, for some reason, directing short films about t-shirts. White has masterminded a pretty whimsical commercial for some “pocket t-shirts” which his record label Third Man Records are soon to be releasing. His five-minute short film advertising that fact is called David James Swanson: A Life, A
Jack White has announced to the world a new solo album, titled Lazaretto, to be released into the stratosphere this June via his own label Third Man Records. The album follows up White’s 2012 solo debut, Blunderbuss. To sweeten the deal, the former White Stripes frontman has dropped a blistering new teaser track, High Ball
Musical supergroup The Dead Weather have released a new 7″ single titled Open Up (That’s Enough) as part of Jack White’s Third Man Records’ exclusive Vault subscription series. The band, which includes White himself (of The White Stripes fame), alongside The Kills’ Alison Mosshart, Queens of the Stone Age’s Dean Fertita and The Raconteurs’ Jack
A new mini-documentary about Jack White’s Third Man Records store in Nashville has been released, and you can watch the whole thing down below. The documentary was produced by The Vinyl Factory, and shows store employee Ben Blackwell taking you through some of his favourite items in the store, including vinyl catalogue reissues of music
The White Stripes’ record label, Third Man Records, have said that they will release previously unforeseen footage from two New Zealand performances.