Jack White certainly had his fingers in every Exposure pie tonight - producing the Black Belles, genre-hustling with the Black Keys, and ridin' solo with his own new track, "Love Interruption." Expect to hear more of him in the future -- his new album "Blunderbuss" drops on April 24, and you can bet we'll serve it up hot and smoky on Exposure
I'm against animal cruelty and cannibalism (at least in the morning), but I would skin a human-chicken hybrid in a heartbeat if it meant I could go to a Sleigh Bells/Big Pink show. Tonight's Exposure was, hopefully, a step in the right direction (capped off with finger-flippin M
Go look in your closet. See that bag of freaky you keep under the dresses and the salvia? You don't see it? Oh yeah, I forgot -- I stole it for Exposure's benefit. We got Locksley, we got Locksley, the High Highs, the Black Belles, and the master of wub-wubs, Skrillex -- no wonder there's not an ounce of freaky left in your bottle
Weep, friends, for one year ago today the White Stripes left us. Forever. Normally "we're breaking up" only lasts for a few years in the rock world, then there's a reunion, hugs all around, etc. But Jack's a man of his word, so I think we'll have to trust him when he says the Stripes are no more
We went for the international jugular tonight, and I won't apologize. Nous Non Plus pulled out all the funky stops they could find, Porcelain Raft dropped out of nowhere from Italy, the Asteroids Galaxy Tour singed off their own eyebrows (seriously, what the hell is their deal; "Heart Attack" is like candy-coated lightning), and Sleigh Bells -- wait, nevermind, Sleigh Bells aren't foreign, they're just supernatural.
Really, who could concentrate on anything this week besides Jack White's solo album announcement and first single? I tried to think about something else, but then I saw a pale man with the wrath of Zeus behind him, and I decided to take the high road and go back to my hero-worship. I'm not one to argue. The man is a legend in his own time, a
I think if we took Mister Heavenly and crossed them with The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, we'd get a whole bunch of UFO assassins. Hey, that's a new band right there. Quick, grab your friends and be first in line to join UFO Assassins
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