Their first album in five years.
The Black Keys
The new record will feature a bunch of rock’n’roll legends.
“After five years of struggling.”
“He’s not as snarky as I would be watching him in a guitar death-match w Kevin Parker and Josh F*cking Homme.”
Jams were indeed kicked out.
The Black Keys, Alice In Chains, MGMT and more pay tribute to their murdered friend.
Black Keys’ drummer Patrick Carney has accused Jack White of trying to punch-on with him at a New York City bar. The percussionist took to Twitter to allege that White, whom has a well-documented history of hating on The Black Keys, tried to initiate a blues-rock biffo after catching sight of Carney’s self-professed nerdy visage.
Dan Auerbach, whom you might remember from such bands as The Black Keys, has just unveiled his new side-project, The Arcs. The band features Auerbach performing alongside a vast array of musical friends, including Black Keys touring bassist Richard Swift, Amy Winehouse collaborator Nick Movshon and they have even recorded tracks with members of all-female
The Black Keys‘ frontman Dan Auerbach has confirmed that the rock duo are ready to get back on stage, now that his bandmate Patrick Carney has almost fully recovered from the shoulder injury which saw the pair cancel their Turn Blue Australian tour and headline slot at Bluesfest 2015. In a recent interview with NME,
Bluesfest have let the cat out of the bag
Byron Bay’s Bluesfest was left with a Black Keys-shaped hole in its lineup this week after drummer Patrick Carney’s ongoing shoulder injury forced the blues rockers to cancel their upcoming Australian tour dates. Intriguingly, today the festival have revealed they will be keeping the name of the Keys’ replacement act a secret until festival day.
A handful of Aussie acts have been named on this year’s super-impressive Outside Lands festival lineup. Perth boys Tame Impala, producer extraordinaire Chet Faker and brother-sister duo Angus & Julia Stone are set to lead the San Francisco festival’s Aussie contingent. Rounding out Outside Lands’ roster of Aussie musos is Sydney group DMA’s. The trio
Peter Noble is “trying to come up with the impossible replacement”
Bluesfest loses another act.
Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival will return in May 2015, with, as usual, a ridiculously impressive and incredibly eclectic lineup of quality artists from around the globe. Here’s just a selection of the huge names who will be taking to the stage in Spain: The Black Keys, James Blake, JUNGLE, The Replacements, Sun Kil Moon, alt-J,
New York’s Governors Ball has unveiled its 2015 lineup, headlined by Drake, The Black Keys, Deadmau5 and Florence + The Machine. Held at New York’s Randall’s Island Park from June 5-7 this year, the festival will also feature performances from Lana Del Rey, Björk, Ryan Adams, My Morning Jacket and Chromeo. This year’s Governors Ball
Breath a sigh of relief, QLD!
If someone asked you to list all of the hallmarks that make a Black Keys songs, it wouldn’t be much of a struggle. You’d mention words like “raw” and “bluesy”, there’d be a focus on the band’s rustic guitar-and-drums setup. But ask drummer Patrick Carney and he’ll tell you, “a Black Keys song is really
The organisers behind A Day On The Green have today announced a brand new sister festival for younger punters, which will debut next April. Dubbed Rolling Green, the inaugural event will be headlined by blues rock duo The Black Keys, with support from Spiderbait, Band Of Skulls, and Bad//Dreems. It’s been a big day for
Headline shows around Bluesfest!