Julian Casablancas and Jack White Reunite in Mexico City

Judging by the amount of email and DMs I’ve received, it seems important for me to post about the fact that Julian Casablancas joined Jack White and the Raconteurs onstage in Mexico City last night (November 18). The played “The Modern Age”. Julian still grabs at his lapels. Watch the video and get all the […]

White Stripes First Ever Live Performance Vinyl to Be Released!!

File this under “amazing”: Vault Package #13 also includes a red vinyl 7″ of the White Stripes first ever live performance recording from an open mic night at the Gold Dollar on July 14, 1997 and a tote bag featuring the iconic peppermint logo. Relive the memories of Jack and Meg TOGETHER, with this clip […]

Jack White Tries to Get Into Guinness Book of World Records with “Most Metaphors in a Single Concert”

As you may have heard, Jack White has recently revealed some beef he has with the Guinness Book of World Records folks over the White Stripes’ record for “Shortest Musical Concert” , which was recognized in the 2009 edition, but removed in subsequent additions. Guinness says that since publishing the record, which was set with […]

Why Moquu Is My New Favorite App

An eagle-eyed reader tipped me off to a new app called Moquu that has some very special filter names. Check it out: “Jumble,” “Sugar,” “Aluminum,” “Biscuit,” “Coffee,” “Blue Orchid”… anyone else sensing a pattern? Yup, the folks at Pangalaktik Media (the Budapest-based creators of the app) are most definitely fans of Jack and Meg — […]

March Madness: The Strokes/White Stripes Show @ Irving Plaza and Radio City Music Hall

My brain exploded twice in one week when both the Strokes and the White Stripes played a double headlining bill first at Irving Plaza (August 14, 2002) and then at Radio City Music Hall (August 15, 2002) in New York City. The Irving Plaza show was insane of course, with the White Stripes opening, and […]