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The Black Keys Get Into a ‘Dropout Boogie’

The Black Keys Get Into a ‘Dropout Boogie’

Primarily fashioned in Southern rock and soul jams, the Black Keys’ Dropout Boogie will make you do what the name suggests: boogie.

The 70 Best Albums of 2010

The 70 Best Albums of 2010

2010's best albums are highlighted by the emergence of a future superstar, two veteran and virtuoso rappers, and a Dream Team of indie bands releasing career peaks.

The Black Keys Celebrate the Electric Guitar on ‘Let’s Rock’

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.

People’s Blues of Richmond – “Outta My Mind” (audio) (Premiere)

People’s Blues of Richmond – “Outta My Mind” (audio) (Premiere)

The bluesy retro rock of the People's Blues of Richmond, especially on their latest track "Outta My Mind", is owed in no small part to producer Mark Neill (the Black Keys' Brothers).
The Black Keys + St. Vincent: Sprint Center, Kansas City (Photos)

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.
Jack White: Lazaretto

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.
The Black Keys – “Fever” (stream)

The Black Keys – “Fever” (stream)

The Black Keys scale back on their roots and once again change gears with a new single.
Black Lips: Underneath the Rainbow

Black Lips: Underneath the Rainbow

Uneven and unhinged fun from the Atlanta mad men.

The 2013 Grammys: Rating the Performances (video collection)

Guessing the 2013 Grammys

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

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.
Global Festival 2012: An Event to Help End Extreme Poverty

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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