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As we mentioned, Corin Tucker's been working on her debut solo LP. Now it's got a name and a release date: 1,000 Years (how long it's been since Sleater-Kinney announced their indefinite hiatus) will…   Read Story »
Janet Weiss has been busy with Quasi's American Gong and Carrie Brownstein puts on the best in-stores when not blogging for NPR. Now, after a long hiatus, Corin Tucker's moving back into the music…   Read Story »
"Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler" is the second to last track on Quasi's eighth album American Gong, but according to its Titanic-themed Clyde Peterse-directed video, it's the end-all finale. The…   Read Story »
Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, aka team ThunderAnt, again return to the feminist bookstore, this time for an in-store performance by St. Vincent. There isn't as much Annie Clark face time as…   Read Story »
The Portland indie rockers show off their acting chops in Portland indie filmmaker Matt McCormic's Some Days Are Better Than Others. It's basically Portland indie rock Space Jam. Corin Tucker cameos!…   Read Story »
We've kept you abreast of ThunderAnt's various adventures. In the newest, possibly funniest episode they head back to Women And Women First to stock the music section, deconstruct laptop live…   Read Story »
That's right, Britt Daniel, not Spoon. Through the power of bootlegging, we heard a live take of the strutting new Spoon track "Writing To You In Reverse" as it was performed at the 2008 Pitchfork…   Read Story »
Last time ThunderAnt were in the kitchen, today Fred invites Carrie to his probing performance art piece which is funny for all the wrong reasons. Watch.   Read Story »
At this point, Thunderant doesn't need an introduction, but taking short attention spans into consideration, it's the comedy duo of Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein. Last time we saw them, they…   Read Story »
Of all the bands at our SXSW party, Blitzen Trapper seemed most likely to collapse the Volume stage. Yes, more so than HEALTH -- there are more people, you see. The six Portlanders crowded onto the…   Read Story »