Jack Riedy explains all the ways Jack White will release his new record.
One of the worst things about the demise of the White Stripes is that it’s allowed us to see what an epic nutbar, Jack White is. From his almost reverse stalker behavior with the bro from the Black Keys to turning Dead Weather into the worst collection of high priced talent this side of the […]
So Jack White gets divorced, starts working with Hype Williams, and is kinda sorta rapping on “Freedom at 21?” The only possible solution is for him to invite Nas to Nashville and make an album fueled by beer, bud, and bitter regrets. Or a sequel to Belly. Either way, I’m good. So is this. See […]
Jonah Bromwich is making the Wonka face right now. As hard as I try to be fair and show the appropriate critical distance, there‚Äôs always going to be a vague sense of disappointment when Jack White releases a record without The White Stripes name on it. Along with all his other distinct abilities and idiosyncrasies, […]