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Sleater-Kinney may have started out as part of the early '90s riot grrrl movement, but they far eclipsed any of the success the other bands involved with it had. When they sat down with PBS NewsHour…   Read Story »
Comedy Central's Broad City is, quite easily, the funniest thing on TV right now, and if you aren't watching it, you really should be. Sleater-Kinney, meanwhile, are the greatest band in the…   Read Story »
Sleater-Kinney haven't yet started their first tour since getting back together, but they've already played two late-night talk shows. Last night, Carrie Brownstein led them through "A New Wave" on…   Read Story »
UPDATE: There's also a second No Cities To Love vinyl bonus track, "The Fog And Filthy Air." A vinyl rip of that one is streaming below, too. The reactivated Sleater-Kinney's amazing comeback…   Read Story »
Sleater-Kinney returned to David Letterman's Late Show last night for their first public performance since reuniting, and hoo boy was it good. In his review of No Cities To Love, Tom mentioned that…   Read Story »
Sleater-Kinney still haven't made any music videos for No Cities To Love, the triumphant comeback album that finally arrives next week. Maybe they won't! Why do Sleater-Kinney need to make a music…   Read Story »
Before we even get into how good the new Sleater-Kinney album No Cities To Love is -- and it is very good -- we should take a moment for what a miracle it is that the album exists in the first place.…   Read Story »
Earlier today, we named Sleater-Kinney's No Cities To Love our most anticipated album of 2015. Also earlier today: Sub Pop accidentally released an advance stream of the record to those who…   Read Story »
Because Thanksgiving cut off last week at about the halfway point, we didn't do a 5 Best Songs. So for this week's column, we considered for eligibility anything that came out last week, too. So you…   Read Story »
Sleater-Kinney made their first TV appearance since reuniting last night on The Chris Gethard Show, which broadcasts online and on Manhattan Public Access. The band sat down for an interview and…   Read Story »