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It's poetic that after roasting everyone's DJ nights, the Portlandia stars sorta DJ for us. Well, for iTunes. I hope nobody is surprised that they are very good at this. FRED ARMISEN: 1. "A…   Read Story »
If you're an indie rock-inclined human being of a certain age, there's a good chance you've been checking for updates on the Wild Flag album the same way 14-year-old girls are checking for updates on…   Read Story »
Wild Flag, the supergroup of Sleater-Kinney/Portlandia's Carrie Brownstein, Helium's Mary Timony, S-K/Quasi's Janet Weiss, and the Minders' Rebecca Cole, are releasing their debut 7" on Record Store…   Read Story »
Portlandia's already been good for unexpected cameos (Aimee Mann, Steve Buscemi, Aubrey Plaza, plus many others). And it looks lik Portlandia is upping the number of musical cameos. Next week Colin…   Read Story »
"The dream of the '90s is alive in Portland," the place where young people go to retire. Or so goes the opening musical sequence of Portlandia, the new sketch comedy of Fred Armisen and…   Read Story »
No music just yet, but I imagine the Portland, OR/Washington D.C. quartet Wild Flag will come up with something interesting. The group includes Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss…   Read Story »
UPDATE: The tracks were mislabeled, this one's actually called "Doubt." A couple weeks back we learned that Corin Tucker's awaited solo LP had a name, cover art and track list. Now you can hear a…   Read Story »
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 »