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August 21, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: White’s record stifled by unstructured noise

By | Mar 28, 2018

In his attempt to break past stifling limits, White has also thrown out any semblance of structure.

Jack White’s Gruesome Death

By The Ithacan | Apr 6, 2012

Jack White didn’t really die, but his new video for “Sixteen Saltines” will have you thinking otherwise. The visual interpretation of the track, which will be featured on his upcoming album, Blunderbuss, finds Jack coming in close contact with some extremely troubled youth. Okay, they’re actually just plain psychotic. You can watch the video below…

Song of the Week: “Love Interruption”

By The Ithacan | Feb 5, 2012

One year and three days ago, The White Stripes ceased to exist. Jack and Meg White took to their website to announce their split which cast a gloomy pall over the garage-rock world. Since that bit of depressing news, Jack White has concentrated mainly on his record label, Third Man Records.   But White is…

Track By Track: ACH-toong BAY-bi

By | Nov 18, 2011

This year marks the 20th anniversary of U2’s landmark album, “Achtung Baby.” Besides releasing an utterly massive special edition box set that made U2 fanatics everywhere salivate like rabid dogs, the band also recruited some of their favorite artists to cover their songs from the original album. The result is an impressive covers album called…