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The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, who kick off their International Players tour in Manchester, England, on Saturday, are on Sound Opinions to talk about their new album, Ohio Players, with hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot, who call them "one of the greatest rock acts to emerge in the 21st century." You can hear their conversation here. The hosts also review Hurray for the Riff Raff's new album, The Past Is Still Alive, calling it "one great tune after another."

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The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are on the Sound Opinions podcast to talk about their new album, Ohio Players, with hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot, who call them "one of the greatest rock acts to emerge in the 21st century." You can hear their conversation in the episode below via Spotify and Apple Music.

The hosts also review Hurray for the Riff Raff (aka Alynda Segarra)'s new album, The Past Is Still Alive. After DeRogatis plays the album track "Buffalo," calling it his "track of the year so far," Kot notes "the depth of this record and how good of a lyricist Alynda Segarra is ... One great tune after another. The writing on this record is extraordinarily good and it's packed into these tuneful packages."

The Black Keys launch their International Players tour and its European leg, featuring music from Ohio Players and more in Manchester this Saturday. The band continues touring in Europe until mid-May; the US tour begins in the fall. Get tour details and tickets here. Mojo says Ohio Players is “the sound of a band rejuvenated.” “Whether they set their retro-rock wayback machine to Memphis in the Sixties, the Midwest in the Seventies, or Manchester, England, and L.A. in the Nineties, it all flows together like a beautifully paced DJ set,” says Rolling Stone, calling it “arguably the sharpest collection of songs the Keys have come up with.” You can get it and hear it here.

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The Black Keys: 'Sound Opinions,' April 2024
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    Listen: The Black Keys Talk with 'Sound Opinions'
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    The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are on the Sound Opinions podcast to talk about their new album, Ohio Players, with hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot, who call them "one of the greatest rock acts to emerge in the 21st century." You can hear their conversation in the episode below via Spotify and Apple Music.

    The hosts also review Hurray for the Riff Raff (aka Alynda Segarra)'s new album, The Past Is Still Alive. After DeRogatis plays the album track "Buffalo," calling it his "track of the year so far," Kot notes "the depth of this record and how good of a lyricist Alynda Segarra is ... One great tune after another. The writing on this record is extraordinarily good and it's packed into these tuneful packages."

    The Black Keys launch their International Players tour and its European leg, featuring music from Ohio Players and more in Manchester this Saturday. The band continues touring in Europe until mid-May; the US tour begins in the fall. Get tour details and tickets here. Mojo says Ohio Players is “the sound of a band rejuvenated.” “Whether they set their retro-rock wayback machine to Memphis in the Sixties, the Midwest in the Seventies, or Manchester, England, and L.A. in the Nineties, it all flows together like a beautifully paced DJ set,” says Rolling Stone, calling it “arguably the sharpest collection of songs the Keys have come up with.” You can get it and hear it here.

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