Jack White - 'Lazaretto'

Jack White - 'Lazaretto'

Jack White has always crammed his music and lyrics with riddles and red herrings, and it’s helped make him a continually interesting artist. It’s no different with ‘Lazaretto’, a second solo album that’s as musically eccentric and...

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Jack White

Jack White

Jack White may finally have flown the coop and gone solo, but he’s got more baggage than ever: emotionally, with the bitter finger-wagging of his debut ‘Blunderbuss’; and literally, with the swelling of his musical rank-and-file from two to...

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Jack White

Jack White

So here he is, back from nowhere land, in front of a UK audience for the first time as a solo artist. Around him is an all-female band on drums, double bass, steel slide guitar, violin, tambourine and organ. Jack’s in black, the band are in pale...

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Jack White - 'Blunderbuss'

Jack White - 'Blunderbuss'

When he was asked if he kept a notebook to record all of his great ideas, Einstein answered with a shrug that he’d only ever had one. That the idea in question was the theory of relativity, the cornerstone of our understanding of the universe,...

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Jack White  - ‘Machine Gun Silhouette’

Jack White - ‘Machine Gun Silhouette’

If the subtle, insistent ‘Love Interruption’ was like a gentle easing through the door, rather than a bells and whistles Ta-Da return, ‘Machine Gun Silhouette’ feels like a proper comeback. It’s short and snappy but more than...

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Jack White - 'Love Interruption'

Jack White - 'Love Interruption'

Jack White is back – and this time it isn't with Alicia Keys, Brendan Benson, one of The Kills or Insane Clown Posse. Having helmed The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather since The White Stripes wound down, he's finally ready to make the...

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