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Here Are Third Man Records’ September Vinyl Releases

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CultureShift’s newest regular feature will highlight vinyl records coming from Jack White’s Third Man Records.

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Every week on CultureShift, Detroit music journalist Jeff Milo shares three of the latest local releases from the region’s independent music scene.

Now, we’re taking that concept a little bigger by introducing a new monthly music release roundup with Jack White’s Third Man Records.

The label specializes in releasing some of the best underground and experimental bands and reissues from some of the most influential rock and blues artists of the past. 

Click on the player above to hear Third Man’s Dave Buick talk about four big new releases from the label this month.


  1. North Americans, “Rivers That You Cannot See” (read more)

  2. Big Joanie 7”, including a cover of Solange’s “Cranes in the Sky” (read more)

  3. Screaming Jay Hawkins reissues for Record Store Day (read more)

  4. Southeast of Saturn, Michigan-based 1990s space rock/shoegaze compilation (read more)

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Amanda LeClaire, Host, CultureShift

Amanda LeClaire is host of CultureShift. She spent a few years in the southwest for Arizona Public Media.

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