Hot tramps, the new year is upon us. We've got a lot of work to do.
Now I've got a new group to add to my Mazzy Star-inspired Spotify playlist with Audio Jane, a promising 5-piece atmospheric
The musician, writer and actress reads from "Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl."
So how do the various music scenes differ? My favorite description I've heard is actually no-genre hip-hop, which is cool
Feminism never touched that. Feminism meant I would go to college, that I would use birth control to avoid unwanted pregnancy and that I would see women in the workplace. Feminism meant that I was aware that girls were treated differently than boys. But it never went further than that for me.
This is a dream come true. Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer of "Broad City" sat down with Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker and
Sleater-Kinney's first album in 10 years comes out next week, and to celebrate, the band enlisted a bunch of famous friends
Sleater-Kinney disbanded in 2005 and performed a raucous goodbye gig in Portland, Oregon in August 2006. They only reunited
Drenched in DIY aesthetics and a sharp perspective on third-wave feminism, the attitudes of riot grrrls were marked not just
"Venues speak to the people that frequent them. The Crystal was built for counterculture. It was on the third floor of the building so the dancers in the '20s had time to 'separate' before the cops could get there. When dancing was illegal they did it at the Crystal."
On Friday night in Portland, Ore., alt-rock heroines Sleater-Kinney performed together for the first time since 2006, joining
"Portlandia" star Carrie Brownstein is perhaps still best known as a guitarist and vocalist in the gone-but-not-forgotten
Wedren began his career fronting the seminal Washington, DC post-punk outfit Shudder to Think, a band that helped define the scenes in the '80s and '90s. Here is his latest release: "Are We."