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Watch The Raconteurs Perform Two Songs on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

They Did “Somedays (I Don’t Feel Like Trying)” and “Don’t Bother Me”

Jul 26, 2019

The Raconteurs released a new album, Help Us Stranger, back in June via Third Man (stream it here). Last night the band stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform two songs from the album, "Somedays (I Don't Feel Like Trying)" and "Don't Bother Me." More

Album of the Week: Hatchie

Plus Stream New Albums from Mark Ronson, Bedouine, Hot Chip, The Raconteurs, Kirin J Callinan, Richard Reed Parry, and More

Jun 21, 2019

Hatchie is the dream pop project of Australian musician Harriette Pilbeam. Her debut album, Keepsake, was released today via Double Double Whammy and it's our Album of the Week. Find more info on the album below.  More

Jun 21, 2019

The Raconteurs have released a new album, Help Us Stranger, today via Third Man. Last night the band stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform the album's near title track "Help Me Stranger." Also, now that the album is out, you can stream the whole thing here. More

The Raconteurs Share Lyric Video for New Song “Bored and Razed”

Help Us Stranger Due Out June 21 via Third Man

Jun 10, 2019

The Raconteurs are releasing a new album, Help Us Stranger, on June 21 via Third Man. Now they have shared another song from the album, "Bored and Razed," via a lyric video for the track. More

7 Best Songs of the Week: Jarvis Cocker, Hatchie, The National, Younghusband, and More

Plus Men I Trust, Alex Lahey, The Raconteurs, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

May 17, 2019

Welcome to another Songs of the Week. We weren't blown away by too many new tracks this week, beyond the Top 4 on the list below, hence a slightly shorter list this week. More

May 17, 2019

The Raconteurs are releasing a new album, Help Us Stranger, on June 21 via Third Man. Now they have shared another song from the album, near title track "Help Me Stranger," via a video for the track. Yasuhiko Shimizu directed the video, which was shot in Kimitsu, Japan while the band was on their Japanese tour.  More

Austin City Limits 2019 Lineup: Tame Impala, Guns N’ Roses, The Cure, Thom Yorke, and More

Plus: Jenny Lewis, Childish Gambino, Robyn, The Raconteurs, Billie Eilish, Kacey Musgraves, Weyes Blood, IDLES, Julia Jacklin, and Others

Apr 30, 2019

Austin City Limits have announced the lineup of their 2019 festival to go down in the Texas capitol this October. The event is headlined by Guns N' Roses, The Cure, Tame Impala, Childish Gambino, Robyn, Mumford & Sons, Billie Eilish, and Cardi B. More

Apr 10, 2019

The Raconteurs are releasing a new album, Help Us Stranger, on June 21 via Third Man. Now, in honor of Third Man joining Bandcamp, the band have shared another track from the album, a cover of Donovan's 1965 song "Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness)."  More

The Raconteurs Announce Summer and Fall North American Tour Dates

Help Us Stranger Due Out June 21 via Third Man

Apr 08, 2019

The Raconteurs are releasing a new album, Help Us Stranger, on June 21 via Third Man. Now they have announced some North American headlining tour dates for this summer and fall. More

The Raconteurs Announce First New Album in 11 Years

Help Us Stranger Due Out June 21 via Third Man

Apr 02, 2019

The Raconteurs have announced a new album, Help Us Stranger, which is their first new album in 11 years, since their 2008-released second album, Consolers of the Lonely. More

Mar 20, 2019

The last time there was a Woodstock festival was in 1999, to commemorate the original festival's 30th anniversary, and it didn't go so well, with reports of gang rapes, property destruction, violence, and fires, not to mention a fairly terrible lineup featuring Korn, Limp Bizkit, Bush, Kid Rock, Creed, and others. The organizers of Woodstock 50 are no doubt hoping for a more peaceful and loving event this time and the freshly announced lineup is noticeably less heavy, not a nu-metal band in sight.  More

The Raconteurs Share Two New Songs: “Sunday Driver” and “Now That You’re Gone”

The First Songs From the Jack White Band in Over a Decade

Dec 19, 2018

The Raconteurs have released two new songs: "Sunday Driver" and "Now That You're Gone." They are the band's first new songs in over a decade, since their 2008-released second album, Consolers of the Lonely, and are likely the first taste of their upcoming third album, which is expected in 2019. More

Watch Jack White Perform The White Stripes’ “We’re Gonna Be Friends” on “Jools Holland”

Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016 Out Now via Third Man/XL

Sep 14, 2016

Last Friday Jack White (of The White StripesThe Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather) released Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016, an album of rare and unreleased acoustic recordings stretching across his career. More

Watch: The White Stripes Share New Michel Gondry-Directed Video for Rarity “City Lights”

Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016 Out Now via Third Man/XL

Sep 12, 2016

Last Friday Jack White (of The White StripesThe Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather) released Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016, an album of rare and unreleased acoustic recordings stretching across his career.  More

Jack White Shares Acoustic Mix of The Raconteurs’ “Carolina Drama”

Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016 Due Out September 9 via Third Man/XL

Sep 01, 2016

Jack White (of The White StripesThe Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather) is releasing Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016, an album of rare and unreleased acoustic recordings stretching across his career, on September 9 via Third Man/XL.  More

Jack White to Release Acoustic Rarities Album, Shares Unreleased White Stripes Song “City Lights”

“City Lights” Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016 Due Out September 9 via Third Man/XL

Aug 12, 2016

Jack White (of The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather) has announced Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016, an album of rare and unreleased acoustic recordings stretching across his career. He has also shared a previously unreleased White Stripes song, "City Lights." More

Jack White and The Muppets to Cover Stevie Wonder on “The Muppets” Tonight, Releasing 7-Inch Version

White Guest Starring on Tonight's Season Finale and Covers "You Are the Sunshine of My Life"

Mar 01, 2016

As we reported last weekJack White (of The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather) is guest starring on tonight's season finale of ABC's more adult, but still family friendly, revival of The Muppets. Last week we were treated to a clip from the episode of White and Kermit singing The White Stripes' "Fell in Love With a Girl" (which is below again). More

Feb 26, 2016

As we reported yesterdayJack White (of The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather) is guest starring on next Tuesday's season finale of ABC's more adult, but still family friendly, revival of The Muppets. White will be giving Kermit the Frog love advice. Now Entertainment Weekly has premiered the first clip from the episode. More

Feb 25, 2016

ABC's more adult, but still family friendly, revival of The Muppets has been fun, at least for thirty-something viewers who grew up on the original Muppet Show. It's achieved a good balance between topical humor, with themes that will go over the heads of most child viewers, and the heart and soul that's always made The Muppets such beloved characters. More

Third Man Records to Release New White Stripes Concert Film

Also Unreleased Raconteurs Tracks, Live Karen Elson LP

Apr 10, 2012

As part of its ongoing Vault subscription series Jack White and Third Man Records has announced that they will be releasing a new live DVD of The White Stripes. More

The Raconteurs to Release DVD: Live at Montreux 2008

Due Out June 19 Via Eagle Rock Entertainment

Mar 09, 2012

Remember when Jack White had a band called The Raconteurs? Now you can relive the memories with a concert DVD. More

Watch: The Raconteurs’ First Shows in Two Years

Thank Goodness Jack White is Getting Back to Work

Sep 16, 2011

Since Jack White hasn’t had anything to do for the past few years (sarcasm alert!), The Raconteurs recently got back together for a string of shows.  More