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The Nox Boys – Nox Boys (2014)

The Nox Boys – Nox Boys (2014)

This new Pittsburgh-based band reminds somewhat me of the Black Keys and the White Stripes — if they were a lot younger and loved the Sonics instead of old blues.

On Second Thought: Jack White – Blunderbuss (2012)

In our initial review on Jack White’s forthcoming 2012 solo debut, we breathlessly likened Blunderbuss to “a ready-made greatest-hits package.” But there’s more to be said.

Jack White – Blunderbuss (2012)

Blunderbuss makes you miss the White Stripes all over again, but at the same time gain a new appreciation for the itchy, adventuresome attitude that made Jack White such an important — if never, we see now, fully explored — element in their sound.

Jack White prepares for busy March, with appearance on SNL and first solo headliner shows

March will be a busy month for Jack White, as he launches his solo career away from the White Stripes.

Something Else! sneak peek: Stream Jack White's first post-White Stripes solo single, “Love Interruption”

Jack White returns for his first project since the White Stipes broke up almost a year ago, with a country-soul single called “Love Interruption” — which you can stream below.

On Second Thought: The White Stripes – Elephant (2003)

I really wanted to not fall for it. I really wanted to be able to stand back and scoff at it. I’d done so for a while, very successfully.

Movies: Jimmy Page, The Edge, Jack White – It Might Get Loud (2009)

by Mark Saleski This film, a documentary of sorts featuring Jimmy Page, The Edge, and Jack White, is a must see for the rock fan. Heck, you can even hate Led Zeppelin, U2, and the White Stripes, and still get something out of the movie.

Breaking news!: The White Stripes' breakup is 'official'

Breaking news!: The White Stripes' breakup is 'official'

Photo by Autumn De Wilde by Mark Saleski We here at Something Else! were sad to see the report of the official breakup of The White Stripes. However, there are many, many websites out there that appear to be swallowing Meg & Jack’s word on the subject (a fine compendium can be found at National Public Radio’s The Record). ThisRead More