The Opera House was “All About Women” today, and tonight it’s all about Sleater-Kinney.
Carrie Brownsteins book tour became so much more than a book tour when she agreed to marry two fans.
Almost two weeks after announcing a Melbourne headline show, US three-piece Sleater-Kinney now have more cities to love after announcing a string of Australian dates across Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney. SK were last here for the Big Day Out in 2006. When they hit local venues next year, they’ll be packing the full touring show
Alt-rock trio Sleater-Kinney were announced on the bill for Golden Plains Festival this week and now they have revealed a headline show in Melbourne. They will take to recently refurbished Melbourne venue The Croxton in early March for the only Australian headline show that has been announced as of yet. The band came out of
Meredith’s beloved Golden Plains festival has unveiled its full 2016 lineup, packing the likes of riot grrrl icons Sleater-Kinney, US alt-rockers Violent Femmes and Seun Kuti (the son of Fela Kuti) and his dad’s afrobeat orchestra Egypt 80. In September, Melbourne rockers Eddy Current Suppression Ring became the first band to be locked in for
Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival will return in May 2015, with, as usual, a ridiculously impressive and incredibly eclectic lineup of quality artists from around the globe. Here’s just a selection of the huge names who will be taking to the stage in Spain: The Black Keys, James Blake, JUNGLE, The Replacements, Sun Kil Moon, alt-J,
For many fans, critics, riot grrrls and music aficionados alike, no band did things quite the way Sleater-Kinney did things. Their already peculiar set-up — two lead vocalists, two lead guitarists, no bassist — was pushed out into an even further niche through their punk and noise-driven voyages through the greater indie-rock spectrum. Across seven
It takes less than one listen of No Cities To Love to feel eternally grateful for the return of Sleater-Kinney. If you’ve been paying attention to the S-K universe, the existence of this album, their eighth, isn’t a total shocker. From the careful use of “hiatus” rather than “breakup” in media statements, to Carrie Brownstein
Sleater-Kinney’s first new LP in 10 years!
UPDATE: Sleater-Kinney have gone ahead and announced that Australian tour, alongside an appearance at Meredith’s Golden Plains Festival in March. See dates and ticket details below. UPDATE 23/11/14: Band management has advised that an Australian tour has not been confirmed and plans are still in their early stages. Influential rockers Sleater-Kinney, who this year returned
Influential American rock band Sleater-Kinney have announced their return from hiatus to release their eighth studio album, No Cities To Love, in January 2015. The influential three-piece, who became icons of the riot grrrl movement, released their most recent album, The Woods, in 2005. Sleater-Kinney first ignited rumours of an imminent reunion by, well, reuniting.
Fans of indie rock trio Sleater-Kinney were delighted with a special reunion performance last year when the band appeared on stage together for the first time in almost a decade, during a Pearl Jam concert in Portland. The performance spurred rumours of a possible 2014 reunion and now in a interview with Stereogum, guitarist Carrie
Indie rock trio Sleater-Kinney have appeared on stage together for the first time in almost a decade, during a Pearl Jam concert in Portland. The three joined the grunge legends, as well as R.E.M. members Scott McCaughey and Peter Buck to perform Neil Young‘s Rockin’ in the Free World. Sleater-Kinney, made up of vocalist/guitarist Corin