Here’s to Jenny Lewis’ rainbow/beige pant-suit, Neko Case’s skeleton pants, the Kills’ leopard-print backdrop, Ezra Koenig’s camo shorts, and Janelle always giving us shivers when she sings ‘Given ‘Em What They Love.’
By Jordy Altman 3D Printing is an amazing new technology that allows users to print three-dimensional models of their digital designs. Whatever the mind can make up is scanned to the printer’s memory, and then […]
After garnering publicity for comments he made in his recent Rolling Stone cover story, Jack White took to his own website to offer what he titled “An Apology and an Explanation from Jack White.”
With a little help from Jack White, Neil Young made history last night (May 12) on The Tonight Show by recording a song straight to vinyl.
Neil Young has offered up the first taste from his upcoming album, A Letter Home, which will be released on Jack White’s label, Third Man Records. His cover of Burt Jansch’s “Needle of Death” was recorded in Third Man’s “record booth,” a refurbished 1947 Voice-O-Gram machine that cuts songs directly to vinyl.
According to one blog, the duo have already recorded covers of a few folk classics.
Jack White, 38, now has his own tribute album performed by legendary artists who influenced him.
After rescuing Detroit’s Masonic Temple from foreclosure earlier this year, the Detroit rocker has donated $200,000 to the National Recording Preservation Foundation, a gift that will bring the nonprofit to life.
Comic Con attendees can expect immersion into the pop culture world outside of the convention center. But what about inside? Convention attendees get sensory overload from the sheer magnitude of games, movies, toys, comics and more.
Dredged from the indigo blue depths of a swamp in a blues musician cemetery, Jack White doesn’t seem like a U2 fan, but the musician told Rolling Stone that when he was first getting into […]