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Sleater-Kinney

One of the most important feminist punk rock bands of the '90s and 2000s, Sleater-Kinney formed in 1994 from the ashes of Heavens to Betsy and Excuse 17, groups that rode the first wave of the riot grrrl movement. Singer/guitarists Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein first met in 1992, when Tucker was one half of the duo Heavens to Betsy. Brownstein, a classically trained pianist, was so inspired by Tucker and other grrrl musicians like Bikini Kill and Bratmobile (not coincidentally Tucker's own influences) that she formed her own band, Excuse 17, a year later. Sleater-Kinney, which earned its name from a local freeway off-ramp, initially began as Tucker and Brownstein's side project. Things changed in late 1994, though, when Australia-born Lora MacFarlane signed on as the group's first permanent drummer. Over the course of the following two weeks, the trio recorded its self-titled 1995 debut for Chainsaw, a label run by Team Dresch bassist Donna Dresch.

Upon its release, the album earned widespread acclaim for its visceral intensity as well as the group's passionate vocals, intricate melodies, and provocative, politically charged lyrics. With 1996's Call the Doctor, Sleater-Kinney garnered even greater media exposure and critical applause on the strength of their incisive rants against gender inequity, consumerism, and indie rock's male-dominated hierarchy. Their Kill Rock Stars label debut, Dig Me Out, recorded with new drummer Janet Weiss from Quasi, followed in 1997, and was again among the most acclaimed releases of its season; The Hot Rock appeared two years later, and in the spring of 2000, Sleater-Kinney resurfaced with All Hands on the Bad One.

In August 2002, the group returned with its most musically accomplished record to date, One Beat. Sleater-Kinney upped the ante again with 2005's The Woods, a powerful, inventive album that was released by Sub Pop, produced by Dave Fridmann, and inspired by, among other things, the political climate of the mid-2000s and the freedom of the improvised parts of their gigs supporting Pearl Jam on a 2003 tour. During the summer of 2006, though, the group announced they were going on an "indefinite hiatus" after finishing the remaining dates on their tour. Brownstein went on to create the Spells and Wild Flag with Mary Timony, and Corin Tucker launched a solo career in 2010. Late in 2013, the group reunited during the Portland stop on Pearl Jam's Lightning Bolt tour, joining them to perform a cover of Neil Young's "Keep on Rockin' in the Free World." The following year, Sleater-Kinney's albums were remastered and reissued, and the limited-edition set Start Together -- which featured the new song "Bury Our Friends" -- was released. Late in 2014, Sleater-Kinney announced that they had recorded a new album, No Cities to Love, which was set to arrive in January 2015. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
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Track List: Bury Our Friends (Single)

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Track List: Live At Lollapalooza 2006

Comments

Guess what girls and boys?... They're Baaack!
montgomery.j o e
Just past the exit, lol
Carrie Rachel Grace Brownstein is all I aspire to be tbh
chefcindy1
Listening to some SK, craving their tunes right now. Miss their mad skills...
I'm in love with Carrie! She's SO F UCKING COOL!
kelly.c.w
Sigh.....I miss you...
ugh i love them sooooo much
claricentp91 7
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RIP
jorkusmalork u s
I was at their last two shows, and Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam came on stage to give a heartfelt goodbye, stating (I paraphrase, I don't remember his exact words) 'I was never around in the time of the Beatles, and I was never around in the time of Jimi Hendrix, but someday I'll be able to tell my grandkids that I was around in the time of Sleater-Kinn e y , and that's every bit as amazing and special.'
decal_12
This bio is all kinds of inaccurate. The spells was a one-off between Brownstein and Timony from some time around 2000, that obviously sewed the seeds for Wild Flag, which is the band they formed after S-K's breakup.

Oh well. Carrie Brownstein is a rock god...
the woods opening riff to the album rocks harder than any wanna-be hard-rocker s**t out there.
they broke up a long time ago-you own the misery now-have fun with nine inch nails or whatever you listen to-let's just hope its not big black or radiohead...
Someone please put this band out of their misery!
amberboone
i miss them too. glad i at least got to see them a few times before they broke up.
Damn I miss this band!
I wish someone would make a video of their last two shows....
I miss them.
ladyspineret t e _
not a bad song. ever.
GET BACK TOGETHER PLEEEAAAAAAS S S S S S E E E E E E ! ! ! ! ! ! !
r5d4d2
So Sad :{ I really miss them. Best ROCK band in decades!
Mainstream rock is also male-dominat e d . Go figure.
Sleater-kinn e y started in 1992! Dude cool!!! and they are still going thats so awesome! Omg! ROCK ON GIRLYS (the band) WOOO!!! x3
ladyspineret t e _
i'm in love with Sleater-Kinn e y . . . :)
alicheney044
yes, their very last show was august 12th, 2006 here in portland :(
dcorona3
i wish i was them
what can you say, they kick a**
Sleater Kinney is amoung the B*E*S*T in what grrl rock stands for. They are a very LOUD and intellegent voice for women in the punk rock and even rock genre in general. Sleater Kinney tells the world that girls can be rock stars!! Brownstein and Tucker have the kind of harmonizing that play off of eachother's tone like NOTHING I've ever heard. They compliment eachother in a very seductive & addictive way. I can never EVER get sick of Sleater Kinney. Also I want to marry Carrie Brownstein!! ! ! ! ! !
Sweet! Awesome! Kick a**!
These girls rock my socks xD
lol I just ♥ Them

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