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Here's some rad news for the first day back to real life after a holiday weekend: Sleater-Kinney, one of history's most righteously ass-kicking rock bands, will release a 7xLP box set containing all…   Read Story »
Few indie rock alums have managed to enjoy a career as successful -- and as wildly varied -- as that of Carrie Brownstein. For those of us who came of age in the early '90s, Brownstein was already an…   Read Story »
Pearl Jam, who brought Carrie Brownstein onstage in Dallas earlier this month, did one better last night by reuniting the Portlandia star's former band Sleater-Kinney for the first time in seven…   Read Story »
Their album Love Sign was one of the more delirious and underrated blasts of power-pop fizz that anyone has released this year, and the great Philly rock band Free Energy are not done blowing hooks…   Read Story »
Sleater-Kinney: the name suggests a joint sociological survey, or perhaps a university residence hall. Turns out it's the Lacey, WA street on which the band held practices. It's a fitting name for a…   Read Story »
Former Sleater-Kinney de facto leader Corin Tucker is one of indie rock's magical people, so a new album from her is something worthy of your attention. Next week, she'll release Kill My Blues, the…   Read Story »
A couple of weeks after I graduated college, as a sort of birthday present to myself, I drove down to Washington, D.C. to see a couple of my favorite bands to play a show together at D.A.R.…   Read Story »
Corin Tucker has been making music longer than some of you have been alive. Bursting out of the burgeoning music scene in Olympia, Washington in the early '90s, Tucker sang her heart out in Heavens…   Read Story »
This fall, the former Sleater-Kinney lead yowler Corin Tucker and her Corin Tucker Band return with their new album Kill My Blues. We've already heard the fiery lead single "Groundhog Day," which is…   Read Story »
Corin Tucker, the former de facto leader of Sleater-Kinney, recently announced plans to drop Kill My Blues, the second album from her Corin Tucker Band, and a press release promised a sonic return to…   Read Story »