Another brief run set for this October.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Rule No. 1: Only you can create your own snapshot.
Garage-rock duo tear through “Fever” and “Bullet in the Brain” on Le Grand Journal.
Tough decision No. 1? Arcade Fire, Skrillex, M.I.A., Metronomy, Kaiser Chiefs, or Jamie xx?
Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney expand tour in support of Turn Blue.
“I’ve learned over the last year, especially the last couple months, sometimes it’s best to shut the (expletive) up.”
“This is an apology to anyone I’ve offended with my comments about my creativity, their creativity, and the music business in general.”
Jack White isn’t ready to call a truce with Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney.
The duo will open for Jack White and Arctic Monkeys, plus play some of their own headlining shows.
Dan Auerbach sit down for a hilarious interview, then perform “Fever” and “Turn Blue”.
In support of their new album, Turn Blue, due out this week.
The Akron duo finally decide to go big.
Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney perform “Fever” and “Bullet in the Brain”.
Arcade Fire, Metallica, Jack White, The Black Keys, Massive Attack, and so much more.
Coincidence or the Holy Spirit?
Massive 42-date arena tour kicks off in September.
Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney return with their eighth full-length effort.
More funny antics from the blues rockin’ televangelists.
A very funny clip in support of the band’s new album, Turn Blue.
A third, more complicated taste of Turn Blue.
UK-based music program features a trio of star-studded performances.
We turn back to the clock to a more awkward time in your favorite band’s existence.
SNL wraps up its 39th season with three members of rock royalty.
The Black Keys singer offers up his own take on the pop star’s new single.
Simply put, we were shocked at the amount of fantastic new material this week. A particular mood may not stick out in this mix, but May 13th should be marked on your calendars immediately. Packed with new albums from both …
The sensuous title track of their forthcoming new album.
The first track from Lana Del Rey’s upcoming album, Ultraviolence.
You be the judge.
Some sweet dreams — and some wild ones, too.