Garage rock is a raw form of rock and roll that was first popular in the United States and Canada from about 1963 to 1967. During the 1960s, it was not recognized as a separate music genre and had no specific name. In the 1970s, some critics referred to the style as punk rock, the first form of music to bear this description; although it is sometimes called garage punk, protopunk, or 1960s punk, the style has predominantly been referred to as garage rock.
Jack White, former frontman of the garage-rock duo The White Stripes and current member of The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather, has just unveiled the first single off his debut solo album Blunderbuss. The single, “Love Interruption,” is currently streaming at Third Man Records’ website, and will be released as a 7″ single February 7th. [...]
On first listen, The Black Belles’ debut is quite comfortable; it feels like an old standby. That might be because I’m a big fan of The White Stripes and The Dead Weather, two bands that have Jack White’s weird influence. After having been signed and produced by White, this band has his presence going for [...]
It can be hard to know what to make of the latest solo sideline project from Julian Casablancas of the Strokes. In what must be viewed as a bold move by some, the gravel-throated frontman has opted for a futuristic apocalyptic vision as the platform for his solo adventure. Recorded in New York, Nebraska and [...]
Everybody is all exited about [tag]White Stripes[/tag] new upcoming album, entitled “Icky Thump” scheduled for release on June 19th. A music video called as the album, “Icky Thump”, has been released a few days ago and since then caused a lot of fuss around it. I found the video awesome, some classic White Stripes hard [...]