After sharing a splattered collage of new music late last year, Jack White has gone into full album promo mode this month, announcing his third solo LP Boarding House Reach and revealing two songs from it. Now White has filled in a large slate of world tour dates around the various festival headlining … More »
Mark Romanek is one of the great directors in music-video history. He did Nine Inch Nails’ “Closer” and Beck’s “Devil’s Haircut” and Fiona Apple’s “Criminal” and Jay-Z’s “99 Problems” and Johnny Cash’s “Hurt.” His video for Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” was seriously problematic in a lot of ways, and also just plain annoying, … More »
Earlier this week, Jack White shared “Connected By Love,” the lead single to his new album, Boarding House Reach, plus the B-side called “Respect Commander,” and now he’s revealed all the details behind his forthcoming solo LP. It’ll be out on 3/23 via Third Man/Columbia (XL Recordings in the UK). The standard edition of … More »
Jack White appeared to tease a new album last month with a sprawling sound collage of new music called “Servings And Portions From My Boarding House Reach.” Today he’s back with two proper songs from the album, which is indeed called Boarding House Reach. More »
New York’s Governor’s Ball Music Festival will commemorate its eighth edition with a diverse lineup headed by Eminem, Jack White, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Travis Scott. The festival returns to its Randall’s Island stomping grounds June 1–3, characteristically representing a myriad of different musical genres, ranging from rock to reggae. The expansive 2018 lineup also enlists Third Eye Blind, Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley, Post Malone, Halsey, Khalid, Lil Uzi Vert, and more to perform at the three-day affair.
Plunging beyond mere variation, Governor’s Ball will additionally feature special performances from Diplo and Mark Ronson, the duo slated to debut their new joint project, Silk City, at the festival. The crowd assembled at Randall’s Island can also expect N.E.R.D. to make their return to the New York City performance circuit — the hip hop and rock hybrid band’s Gov Ball booking will be the group’s first performance in the Big Apple since 2010.
Three-day GA and VIP passes to the festival are currently available for purchase at a discounted “announce day” price. Tickets to Governor’s Ball will return to their regular price tiers at midnight on January 4. Those interested in attending Governor’s Ball’s eighth iteration can purchase the specially priced passes here.
We know that Jack White has been working on a new solo album, and today he’s shared a new piece of music that’s dubbed “Servings And Portions From My Boarding House Reach.” It’s not a proper single, exactly, but a sound collage featuring snippets of songs and noise. Or maybe it is a song … More »
Jack White recently talked to Gary Oldman for Interview magazine about the actor’s role as Winston Churchill in the forthcoming film Darkest Hour. White, in addition to doing a Churchill impression (which, sadly, is rendered only in text), talked a little bit about the new music that he’s been working on: … More »
Jack White hasn’t made a whole lot of public appearances lately. But he’s about the publish the new children’s book We’re Going To Be Friends, inspired by the most twee song in the entire White Stripes discography. And now White and illustrator Elinor Blake, better-known as the singer-songwriter April March, are planning on making … More »
Third Man Records and Jack White will release an exclusive 7″ in partnership with his home team the Detroit Tigers. Detroit Metro Times points out that the record will feature a new song called “Strike Out” as well as an interview between World Series champ Kirk Gibson and White himself. The only way … More »
Does Jack White ever sleep? Between his work on the PBS documentary series American Epic and his upcoming children’s book, the guy’s got a lot going on, and it looks like he’s adding “recording a new full-length album” to his to-do list. Third Man Records’ Instagram account recently posted two photos of White … More »