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Raconteurs Announce Name For New Album

After more than a decade out, The Raconteurs are back with new music Alongside the already released ‘Sunday Driver’ and ‘Now That You’re Gone’, the new album will also include a cover of Donovan’s ‘Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)’ Since their last album, The Raconteurs have slipped through the net, and not much has been heard of the rock quarter, however, last year, they came back into the limelight, with… Keep Reading

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Throwback Thursday – FOTF Singles of 2018

This week is the turn of the singles. It’s been a great year for music, so this weeks Throwback Thursday remembers the singles released in 2018. We have picked out the top five best singles which were released since January, and put them together in the following article, in no particular order, and a list of honourable mentions. 1- Jack White – Over and Over and Over It was a… Keep Reading

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Throwback Thursday – Elephant

Week 3 of The Noughties see’s us go back to The White Stripes It’s hard to talk about this era, without mentioning one of the biggest bands there was. As if The White Stripes hadn’t already made a huge impact with their 3 previous albums, ‘Elephant’ took the music that this blues-rock duo to a whole new level, making an even bigger, and longer lasting impact. This album put the… Keep Reading

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Throwback Thursday – ‘Consolers Of The Lonely’

Album number 2 for the noughties This week, it’s The Raconteurs’ second album, ‘Consolers Of The Lonely’. The Raconteurs was Jack White’s next project after the break-up of his last band,The White Stripes, who featured in the 90’s section of Throwback Thursday, and he brought together some fantastic musicians to put out two wonderful albums. The Raconteurs consisted of; Jack White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence, and Patrick Keeler. Both Keeler… Keep Reading

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Throwback Thursday ‘The White Stripes’

The most powerful duo in the world This week, it’s the turn of The White Stripes debut album The White Stripes formed in Detroit in the late 1990’s, and although relatively unknown by name, they have some of the most famous songs in the world. Especially with ‘Seven Nation Army’, and ‘Fell In Love With A Girl’. They combined Grunge Rock with Blues, and made something truly spectacular. This album… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Jack White ‘Boarding House Reach’

A mix of hip-hop and rock makes this his most experimental album yet It’s fair to say that Detroit rocker, Jack White has come a long way since his White Stripes days, but he has always firmly stuck to his roots in Blues and Rock music, that is of course, until now. White’s new album, ‘Boarding House Reach’ has been long awaited by fans, and when it came out on… Keep Reading

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