Started by capt. scotty, Dec 24, 2010, 12:09 am
Quote from: he.who.forgets on Dec 28, 2010, 04:24 pmanyone heard the mashups of Big Boi & The Keys? Nothing to do with Blacroc, think it was just done by a DJ, but they are the tits. I beleive they are tracks off of Big Boi's latest album, all played over beats from Brothers. All downloadable here: http://www.antiquiet.com/news/2010/12/the-black-keys-big-boi-brothers-of-chico-dusty/Enjoy! I'm helplessly hooked on these
Quote from: kydiddle on Jan 12, 2011, 12:52 pm"Bring it Cape Cod!"This is kinda funny:http://stereogum.com/615281/vampire-weekend-the-black-keys-hit-colbert-for-a-sell-out-off/top-stories/lead-story/
Quote from: Taterbug on Mar 09, 2011, 05:39 pmYou know it. Good riddance Yoko.
Quote from: Walts on Mar 09, 2011, 05:43 pmQuote from: Taterbug on Mar 09, 2011, 05:39 pmYou know it. Good riddance Yoko. ;D
QuoteCarney, meanwhile, is coming off of a rough divorce. He and his wife were married two years but together for nine, and according to pretty much everyone involved, that was about eight and a half too many. "It was really fucked up." Carney says, sucking on a cigarette outside the band's trailer. He says she slept with his best friend, lied to him for years, bilked him for money. By the end, Carney was depressed, drinking a lot, and had gained 25 pounds."Homeboy was miserable," Auerbach says. "He was being manipulated mentally and emotionally. It was so draining." Carney finally broke it off last July, with a phone call while his wife was in Europe. ("The ultimate pussy move," he admits.) He says it cost him a quarter of a million dollars, plus health insurance and a monthly alimony check: "Totally worth it."
QuoteLast February, Auerbach put out a well-received solo album called Keep It Hid. There was only one problem: He didn't tell Carney. "I was fucking pissed," Carney says. "Everyone knew but me. I was mad at Dan. I was mad at our manager. I was mad at everybody." He worried Auerbach had moved on, that he might quit the group. For a few months last spring, the two hardly spoke. They weren't sure they'd make another record."I'd played him the songs," Auerbach says in his defense. "Maybe I didn't explain that there was a record coming, but I didn't know until it was pretty much done." Besides, he says: "I didn't feel like I could share a lot with Pat toward the end of [his marriage]. His ex-wife was really cock-blocking our relationship." Eventually, says Carney, he realized that his anger "was really misdirected anger I had toward [my wife]." After they split, he and Auerbach talked it out, and they realized how important the band was to both of them. "Then we hugged and made up," says Auerbach. "And it's been all good ever since."