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Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney getting his own SiriusXM radio show

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PATRICK CARNEY
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Could the dudes in the Black Keys be any busier?

The indie-rock duo, who were recently announced as nominees in some of the Grammy’s biggest categories, have kept themselves occupied all year with all sorts of extracurricular activities, from collaborating with Dr. John to producing the Sheepdogs.

And it looks like 2013 won’t be any different: SiriusXM has announced that Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney will be hosting his own monthly show for the satellite radio service starting tomorrow.

New episodes of the show, titled Serious Boredom, will air on SiriusXMU at 8 p.m. ET on the first Thursday of every month beginning in January. According to SiriusXM, it’ll feature Carney “talking about and playing his favorite independent music, new and old, as well as music from his personal collection.”

Who does that mean? They say to expect artists like Pavement, Guided By Voices, and Yo La Tengo, plus a new duet by Adam Green and Binki Shapiro.

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