Jack White shut the door on another Lollapalooza with the final headlining gig on Sunday night, turning in a reportedly raucous and rousing performance at that touched on the White Stripes, the Raconteurs and Dead Weather in addition to his recent solo album, ‘Blunderbuss.’ The set is currently streaming online. [hennemusic]

– Speaking of Lollapalooza, festival co-founder Perry Farrell’s band Jane’s Addiction turned in an after-hours set at a club nearby the Chicago festival. The gig included new cuts from ‘The Great Escape Artist,’ old classics and a brief appearance by Farrell’s former Porno for Pyros bassist Peter DiStefano for a take on that band’s ‘Cursed Female.’ [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Moby takes fans behind the scenes when he discusses the recent re-making of his ‘Extreme Ways’ tune for the soundtrack of the forthcoming ’The Bourne Legacy’ movie. [Spinner]

– The Walkmen‘s Pete Bauer digs artists like U2 and Bruce Springsteen, but he insists his band could never pull off the epic bombast those bands embrace. “When they do it, it doesn’t come off as cloying at all,” says the multi-instrumentalist. “But we’re not going to go out there with all our guns blazing with 40 pianos and 40 guitars.” [The Jersusalem Post]

– Brooklyn favorites Chairlift got back to their New York roots recently with a show at the House of Vans opening for chillwavers Washed Out — and, much to the thrill of the local crowd, didn’t neglect to play ‘Bruises,’ the catchy number off their first album that became a massive iPod commercial hit and put them on the map. [Death + Taxes]