Watch: The Black Keys – Sister

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Earlier today Noisey, Vice’s Youtube music channel, uploaded a new video to accompany The Black Keys’ “Sister.” Although not yet confirmed, it is rumored that the video depicting five rebellious schoolgirls is actually a fan-made accompaniment. Regardless, this El Camino track has received a well-deserved jolt, and we will announce if more information comes in [...]

Watch: The Black Keys Premiere A Performance Video For “Little Black Submarines”

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The Black Keys will always be associated with their hometown of Akron, Ohio (or maybe Akron will always be associated with The Black Keys) but today they pay homage to Nashville (their new home) by premiering the music video for “Little Black Submarines” in one of Music City’s classic dive bars, Springwater Supper Club. While [...]

LA Weekly Name Bon Iver as the ‘Worst Hipster Act’


In an article published on LA Weekly earlier today, Bon Iver was named ‘Worst Hipster Act’ amongst a list of twenty other bands, including Arcade Fire, Death Cab for Cutie and the Black Keys. The article has stirred a great deal of annoyance, not only by the general viewing public via Twitter, but also by [...]

Hacienda – Shakedown


San Antonio rock quartet Hacienda have triumphantly let loose on their third album, Shakedown, by firing off a brisk set of ten deliciously melodic gems powered with heavy doses of guitar licks, soul grooves and indefatigable hooks. Hacienda and their particular brand of compulsively enjoyable, old-fashioned rock and roll are kindred underdog spirits to Billy [...]

The Black Keys Featured on the Soundtrack for HBO’s Eastbound & Down


The soundtrack for HBO’s hit series Eastbound & Down drops April 24 via Fat Possum Records. The 2 disc-set includes music The Black Keys, Too $hort, The Stooges, MC5, R.L. Burnside, Kenny Rogers and Lee Hazlewood, and dialogue from all 3 seasons. The set will also include notes written by Stevie Janowski. See the full track listing [...]

Black Keys’ Drummer Apologizes to Nickelback


The Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney has backtracked a little on the comments he made about Nickelback in an January interview with Rolling Stone. During the Rolling Stone cover story Carney stated, “Rock & roll is dying because people became OK with Nickelback being the biggest band in the world… So they became OK with [...]

Video: The Black Keys – “Gold On The Ceiling”

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The Black Keys have taken a break at taking shots at Nickelback to release the video for “Gold On The Ceiling”.  The track can be heard on the band’s latest album, El Camino. Watch below. El Camino is out now.

Norah Jones and Danger Mouse Collaborate for ‘Little Broken Hearts’ Album


Norah  Jones has partnered up with producer Danger Mouse (aka Brian Burton) on her fifth album, and the follow-up to 2009′s album The Fall. The forthcoming album entitled “Little Broken Hearts” was recorded the album in LA at Burton’s studio last fall. Burton also co-wrote the album. Jones has also announced a few 2012  tour dates [...]