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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…

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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…

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,…

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…

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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. …

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[a]Jack White[/a] 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…