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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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Jack White: Lazaretto

Let’s push past the fake tabloid feuds and authenticity battles and call Lazaretto what it really is: an exceptional rock album.

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The Black Keys - "Fever" (stream)

The Black Keys scale back on their roots and once again change gears with a new single.

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Black Lips: Underneath the Rainbow

Uneven and unhinged fun from the Atlanta mad men.

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The 2013 Grammys: Rating the Performances (video collection)

See all the night’s performances in order from best to worst.

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Guessing the 2013 Grammys

It’s the Super Bowl of music, and we’re guessing who will be the MVPs.

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Global Citizen Festival: 29 September 2012 - New York (Photos)

While countless numbers watched the stream online, nearly 60,000 people attended the Global Citizen Festival, a concert designed to create awareness of the global poverty issue.

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Global Festival 2012: An Event to Help End Extreme Poverty

Take action to help end extreme poverty through GlobalCitizen.org. (As a perk, you might see the Foos for free).

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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 Black Keys and John Fogerty Pay Tribute to the Band at Coachella

Following the passing of Levon Helm last week, the Keys and Fogerty join forces to pay him tribute via a smokin' cover of Band classic "The Weight".

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Guessing the 2012 Grammys

Predictions on who will be honored on “music’s biggest night”, based on a mixture of rumors, critical acclaim, and the academy’s voters.

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The Black Keys: El Camino

It’s been a steady rise to the top, but the release of El Camino may finally put The Black Keys in the plush and padded golden throne they’ve been deserving of for the better part of the last decade.

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The Year in Music: August 2010

Continuing out look at the year’s most notable events in the world of music, here’s what happened in August 2010.

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Black Pistol Fire: Black Pistol Fire

Can't get enough of The Black Keys? Here you go, only not as good.

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Guessing the Grammys

Predictions on who will win what in the biggest categories, based on industry hype and a little guessing about the academy’s voters.

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The Year in Music: May 2010

May 2010, the subject of our latest look at the year’s biggest events in music, was a hodgepodge of notable cover versions, new releases, TV events, and more.

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ACL Music Festival Day One: 8 October 2010 - Austin, TX

The first of our three day coverage of the Austin City Limits Music Festival finds PopMatters' Eddie Ciminelli experiencing euphoria, nostalgia and some serious fatigue.

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The Black Keys: iTunes Sessions

It’s nothing new, but does that really matter?

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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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The Black Keys: Live at the Crystal Ballroom (DVD)

A few years ago, the Black Keys might have considered themselves lucky and been quite content to labor in the shadow of the White Stripes. Those days are over.

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Live from Abbey Road - Episode 6

The Hoosiers, The Black Keys and Manu Chao...

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The Black Keys: Attack & Release

Dan and Patrick have decided to abandon the old blues garage for a more modernized one, but they somehow manage to retain most of the dirt and musty smell.

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The Black Keys: Magic Potion

Big label, big backing, big buzz but basically brilliant, beautiful, beefy bluesy boogie blueprint being brought by the barren brain trust of Auerbach and Carney yet again.

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The Black Keys: Chulahoma

One of the best blues musicians ever, covered by one of the only bands to do him justice.

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