They played “Hands” and “Steady As She Goes”.
We promise there’s no Yeezy here.
From Benson’s “song a month” campaign.
Thurston Moore, Klaxons, Alt-J, and more.
This is how the 2012 festival season came to an end.
Temporary super group uniting for “Black Friday” EP.
A trip through the 1970s.
Membership has its privileges.
The first track from What Kind of World.
Gettin’ his raconteur on.
Jack White and co. to headline the MI Festival.
Also begins work on next solo LP.
Who knew Blood/Candy would sound so good.
Apologies for the vulgar title, but it seemed appropriate given the context.
Brendan Benson, Port O’Brien, and Alela Diane, too.
Stars come together to remember Alex Chilton.
The Raconteur voices off.
Or tour… but we prefer defining it as the former.
My Old, Familiar Friend is full of the Wings-esque stadium songs, all in the structure of overcomplicated pop songs. These are grandiose declarations of love lost and gained, and the complexities of being a human, far removed from the obscure, often artsy lyrical content and musical construction of his Raconteurs bandmates.
The only thing that makes us more happy than alliteration is when Brendan Benson, solo artist and one-quarter of the Raconteurs, announces a boatload of music-related news, including an album available for streaming and a few choice tour dates.
Jack White and Jack Lawrence aren’t the only Raconteurs busy these days…
This past weekend, Consequence of Sound packed our bags and traveled to Manchester, Tennessee to take in the sights and sounds of Bonnaroo ‘09 – more on that to come. We already shared some of the news making headlines while we were gone. Here are some more:
Jack White hasn’t had a breath of fresh air in almost four years. There’s a reason there are dark circles around his eyes and it has nothing to do with make up or the appeal it has on the female …