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It's true! It's all true! Sleater-Kinney are back in every possible capacity, with a new album called No Cities To Love coming in January and a world tour to support it throughout February and…   Read Story »
UPDATE: Sleater-Kinney confirmed a new album and a world tour. // The internet went into a frenzy on Friday when word got out that Sleater-Kinney's new career-spanning box set contained a…   Read Story »
People have been speculating about a Sleater-Kinney reunion forever -- especially since Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss' other band Wild Flag broke up a year ago -- and Brownstein didn't exactly…   Read Story »
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 »