The duo made a triumphant return to San Diego
Our June podcast includes Margo Price, Mrs. Magician, The Kills, and more
I will still love you to death and I won’t ever forget how
Spoiler alert: Radiohead’s not on here
The duo put on a show so steamy it fogged up our camera lens
The blues-rocking duo returns to San Diego with two great bands in tow
The sex-rocking duo has a new video.
The sex-rocking duo returns to San Diego.
Will 2011 mark the return of the rock star?
Jack White’s side band played a tempestuous show at House of Blues on Monday.
Oh. Good. The Dead Weather are back.
The Brighton duo turn up the heat with their new album.
Jack White has taken the negative Dead Weather reviews to heart for the “I Cut Like A Buffalo” video and asked the rest of the band to stay home.
The Dead Weather – Treat Me Like Your Mother Following its premiere on Cinemax this weekend, The Dead Weather have made their new short film/music video, the Jonathan Glazer-directed Treat Me Like Your Mother, available for us internet folk. Watch Jack White and Alison Mosshart go at it like a pair of jilted Terminators, then […]
That’s right: The Dead Weather are set to get it on with your mother on everybody’s favorite childhood soft-focus porn channel. But before you pour lye in your eyes, let me clarify: the band will be debuting their new short film Treat Me Like Your Mother on Cinemax on July 11th. Wordplay! Directed by Jonathan […]
Your friendly neighborhood weathermen at Owl&Bear are predicting some strangeness in the air this summer. According to our satellites and advanced meteorological technology, July 14th will be partly cloudy with a slight chance of rain and a very high chance of deadness. The cause of the humidity and morbidity appears to be the impending release […]
Owl and Bear writers’ favorite albums of 2008.
A fever descended upon the sold-out Casbah as the Kills took the stage, seducing the crowd with their unique blend of blues, punk, and sex. The band drew mainly from their new album Midnight Boom, tearing into renditions of “U.R.A. Fever,” “Tape Song,” and “Sour Cherry,” but still touched upon old favorites like “Fried My […]