1. Dan Auerbach, one of two founders of The Black Keys, also maintains an active side business as a producer for other bands that share his love for blues- and country-influenced rock. Auerbach’s production work can be heard on two new records: Hacienda’s third album, Shakedown, and the major-label debut of JEFF The Brotherhood, titled Hypnotic Nights. (via Review: JEFF The Brotherhood’s ‘Hypnotic Nights’ And Hacienda’s ‘Shakedown’ : NPR) View in High-Res

    Dan Auerbach, one of two founders of The Black Keys, also maintains an active side business as a producer for other bands that share his love for blues- and country-influenced rock. Auerbach’s production work can be heard on two new records: Hacienda’s third album, Shakedown, and the major-label debut of JEFF The Brotherhood, titled Hypnotic Nights. (via Review: JEFF The Brotherhood’s ‘Hypnotic Nights’ And Hacienda’s ‘Shakedown’ : NPR)

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  1. Patrick Carney on the type of music he likes: "We really like really repetitive hooks,  because that’s what Dan and I grew up listening to. Dan  grew up listening to blues, and I grew up listening to classic rock. But  we both kind of bonded mostly over Wu-Tang samples and hooks of Stax Records and old soul records.”
From The Black Keys: The Fresh Air Interview View in High-Res

    Patrick Carney on the type of music he likes: "We really like really repetitive hooks, because that’s what Dan and I grew up listening to. Dan grew up listening to blues, and I grew up listening to classic rock. But we both kind of bonded mostly over Wu-Tang samples and hooks of Stax Records and old soul records.”

    From The Black Keys: The Fresh Air Interview

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