It's sleek and sinewy like Little Willie John's foundational 1956 "Fever," and it's got a strutting four-on-the-floor like the Bee Gees' "Night Fever." But the first offering from the Black Keys' Turn Blue (due out May 13th) gives its vintage rock & roll theme a garage-psychedelic fine-tuning, collapsing decades of history into music that still feels forward-moving.
- The Black Keys
From The Archives Issue 1207: April 24, 2014
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