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From Monday 23 October 2017

Sleater-Kinney drop previously unreleased song, ‘Here We Come’, in aid of Planned Parenthood

Sleater-Kinney recently shared a previously unreleased song, entitled ‘Here We Come’. A b-side from their recording sessions for their 2015 eighth album ‘No Cities to Love’ on Sub Pop Records, it is exclusively available on the digital boxset, ‘7 inches for Planned Parenthood’, a release which donates 100% of its

From Thursday 03 August 2017

Filthy Friends (Sleater-Kinney, REM) share video for ‘Despierta’

Featuring current/ex members of Sleater-Kinney, REM and King Crimson, Filthy Friends have released a video for their new song, ‘Despierta’. The song is taken from their upcoming debut album, ‘Invitation’, which will be released on the 25th August via Kill Rock Stars.

From Tuesday 20 June 2017

Filthy Friends (REM, Sleater-Kinney) to release debut album, ‘Invitation’

Featuring current/ex members of Sleater-Kinney, REM and King Crimson, Filthy Friends have announced the release of their upcoming debut album, ‘Invitation’. It is set for release on the 25th August via Kill Rock Stars. The band have shared the first single, ‘The Arrival’, via Rolling Stone and you

From Saturday 21 January 2017

Sleater-Kinney stream ‘What’s Mine Is Yours’ from upcoming live album, ‘Live in Paris’

Sleater-Kinney are currently streaming a live version of ‘What’s Mine Is Yours’, taken from their upcoming live album, ‘Live in Paris’. The upcoming record was recorded at the band’s performance at La Cigale in Paris on the 20th March 2015 on the European segment of their ‘No Cities to Love’

From Tuesday 03 January 2017

Sleater-Kinney announce live album, ‘Live in Paris’

Sleater-Kinney have just announced their first ever live album, ‘Live in Paris’. The album was recorded at the band’s performance at La Cigale in Paris on the 20th March 2015 on the European segment of their ‘No Cities to Love’ tour. It will be available on the 27th January through

From Tuesday 15 December 2015

Sleater-Kinney join with Fred Armisen for a cover of ‘Rock Lobster’

The ever-excellent Sleater-Kinney welcomed musician and comedian Fred Armisen on stage with them at Terminal 5 for a cover of ‘Rock Lobster’, originally by The B-52’s. The performance is available to view through YouTube fan footage, and shows Armisen’s expert cowbell skills.

From Wednesday 28 October 2015

Watch Sleater-Kinney perform ‘Modern Girl’

Returning earlier this year after 10 years in the shadows, Sleater-Kinney have unveiled a performance video filmed at the Pitchfork Music Festival earlier this year. ‘Modern Girl’ is taken from 2005’s ‘The Woods’, with the Portland three-piece having released ‘No Cities To

From Saturday 20 June 2015

Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney set to release memoir

Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney is set to release her memoir ‘Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl’ later this year. The book will look back at her life both in and out of the recently reunited alt-rock band, and is released on October 27th through Riverhead Books. Sleater Kinney released

From Friday 16 January 2015

Sleater-Kinney call on their friends for ‘No Cities To Love’

With their first album in a decade due next week (the 20th January 2015), Sleater-Kinney have called on a whole host of friends for the title-track’s video. The ‘No Cities To Love’ video features the likes of Ellen Page, Gerard Way, Andy Samberg and Fred Armisen. Sleater-Kinney formed

From Thursday 04 December 2014

Sleater-Kinney release new track ‘Surface Envy’

Recentley reunited indie-rock trio Sleater-Kinney have unveiled another new track in the shape of ‘Surface Envy’ from their forthcoming album. The band will release their new album ‘No Cities To Love’ on January 20th via Sub Pop, and will be their first album in 10 years. Check