Hear new versions of White Stripes classics now!

'Avant-garde orchestral reworkings' surface online

New versions of some of The White Stripes’ best known songs can now be heard online.

As previously revealed on NME.COM, the reinterpretations have been soundtracking ‘Aluminium’, a special exhibition which has seen rock artist Rob Jones present his work for the first time in the UK.

Jones is one of the US’s leading poster designers, having worked with the likes of The White Stripes, The Strokes, and The Killers.


The ‘Aluminium’ album is a series of avant-garde orchestral recordings of songs by The White Stripes. The record will be released in a limited edition of 3,333 on October 16.

You can hear samples by going here.

Jones has also designed other items for The White Stripes, having produced over 45 posters, CD covers, lunchboxes, scarves, T-Shirts, the award-winning cover of the DVD ‘Live Under Blackpool Lights’, plus the band’s website.

His exhibition runs until September 23 at The Richard Goodall Gallery in Thomas Street, Manchester.


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