We put together our list of our favorite albums of 2015, and here is the first half of 50-26.
Tagged Alex G, All Dogs, car seat headrest, Chastity Belt, Chelsea Wolfe, Deafheaven, Downtown Boys, Drake, Earl Sweatshirt, floating points, Infinity Girl, Jamaican Queens, kamasi washington, Michael Christmas, Protomartyr, PWR BTTM, Screaming Females, shamir, Sleater-Kinney, The Lentils, Ursula, Vundabar, Waxahatchee, Wolf Alice, Worriers
Headliners include Wilco, Chance the Rapper, and Sleater-Kinney. Anyone want to carpool to Chicago?
Tagged Chance the Rapper, chicago, Chvrches, Ex Hex, Future Islands, Iceage, Mourn, ought, Parquet Courts, Perfume Genius, Pitchfork Festival 2015, Run the Jewels, Sleater-Kinney, Sydney Moyer, The Julie Ruin, viet cong, Waxahatchee, Wilco
British trio Doe are here to add some delightful, Riot Grrrl inspired sound to your music collection.
Tagged brit pop, british, Carrie Brownstein, doe, england, indie pop, Kim Deal, london, nerd rock, paramore, Pop Punk, Sleater-Kinney, The Breeders, united kingdom, weezer
Hear a slew of new albums in their entirety, including Sleater-Kinney’s No Cities to Love and Viet Cong’s self-titled debut.
If you’re looking to brush up on your Sleater-Kinney listening before their Feb. show at the House of Blues, we’ve got a crash course for you right here.
Every one rejoice at the official return of the riot grrl goddesses.
Riot-grrl heroes Sleater-Kinney are slated (hah) to release a new box set next week filled with their remastered discography, along with a mysterious seven-inch that appears to be marked with the date “1/20/15”. Stereogum has scored a clip of the song, titled “Bury Our Friends”- in what seems to be the band’s first release since […]