Jack White, the man of many figurative and literal hats, has a new album out today, Lazaretto, and he's not afraid to get weird with it. Minnesota-based vocalist José James is back with a new record, While You Were Sleeping, that continues James' style of melding soul, jazz, funk and rock into one cohesive sound. And for the first time in 35 years, Pretenders founder Chrissie Hynde is stepping out on her own with her solo debut, Stockholm. Also of note this week is new music from First Aid Kit, Lust for Youth, and a live Quadrophenia set from the Who.

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