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The Black Keys Celebrate the Electric Guitar on 'Let's Rock'

The Black Keys loudly rock out with Let's Rock, an album celebrating the directness and enjoyment of the electric guitar.

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The Pretenders: Alone

Chrissie Hynde returns with the Pretenders and a renewed collaboration with Dan Auerbach to reflect and rebel with confidence and loss.

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Dan Auerbach on Bands Old and New

In advance of their appearance at Lollapalooza in Chicago, Auerbach talked old bands, new bands, and the production work he does in his increasingly fleeting spare time.

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The Black Keys + St. Vincent: Sprint Center, Kansas City (Photos)

The combination of the Black Keys and St. Vincent in one arena brought together two formidable and well-received guitar-driven acts for the final show of their 2014 tours.

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Dr. John: Insides Out at BAM - Brooklyn, NY

For three consecutive weekends, Mac "Dr. John" Rebennack and a dazzling array of collaborators brought the glorious music of New Orleans to Brooklyn

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The Parting Gifts: Strychnine Dandelion

Members of Reigning Sound and the Ettes pair up to turn out an album that pays homage the sounds of old rock 'n roll, blues, country, and R&B. It's fun for them, but leaves the listening feeling empty.

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Dan Auerbach: In Search of the Authentic Sound

Dan Auerbach tells PopMatters: “Of course I want my albums to be successful, but ultimately I don’t care too much what anyone thinks ... I’m going to sound this way, no matter what.”

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Dan Auerbach: Keep It Hid

Keep It Hid offers further evidence that the music Dan Auerbach has so obviously, and voraciously, absorbed makes him who he is, pure and simple.

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Patrick Sweany: Every Hour Is a Dollar Gone

Every Hour Is a Dollar Gone captures the soulful drawl of this Rust Belt bluesman without losing any of his rock 'n' roll swagger.

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