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The 35 Best Breakup Songs Ever

Murder! Suicide! Murder-suicide! Here’s a compendium of pop’s most genius works of staggering heartbreak, with sentiments just caustic enough to make you consider sticking with dogs for companionship. Brenda Kahn – “Mint Juleps and Needles” (1992) [embedded content] Folk-punk singer-songwriter Brenda Kahn obviously knows a few things about shitty boyfriends (Creem once called her the...

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Sleater-Kinney Play First Show With New Drummer

Sleater-Kinney played their first show with new drummer Angie Boylan at the Hopscotch Festival in North Carolina Thursday night, Brooklyn Vegan reports.  Boylan has played in the bands Aye Nako, Freezing Cold, and Little Lungs, among others. Prior to their set, the band shared a photo of Boylan  with her face obscured on their Instagram account...

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Video: Sleater-Kinney – “Can I Go On”

Sleater-Kinney have released a music video for “Can I Go On,” off their recent album The Center Won’t Hold. It’s the first proper music video from the album, though the band have released lyric videos for the title track, “LOVE,” and “Hurry on Home,” as well as a clip of an acoustic recording of “Broken.” Carrie Brownstein released...

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Sleater-Kinney’s The Center Won’t Hold is a Searing Look at the Pride and Prejudice of Aging

Sleater-Kinney’s ninth album opens not with a riff or a yelp, but with ominous clanking—a cacophonous signal that the trio of Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker, and Janet Weiss are using the quarter-century mark of their band as a jumping off point for trying new things. It ends with a stripped-down ballad where Tucker aches—about the...

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Video: Sleater-Kinney – “LOVE”

Sleater-Kinney released their ninth album The Center Won’t Hold today. Produced by St. Vincent, it’s the band’s first since 2015’s No Cities to Love, recorded after their 2014 reunion. Today, in conjunction with the album’s release, the seminal indie brand, led by Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker, has released a celebratory and playful lyric video for...

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Stream Sleater-Kinney’s New Album The Center Won’t Hold

Sleater-Kinney’s new album The Center Won’t Hold is now available on streaming platforms. The band’s ninth album and second since their 2014 reunion, the release was initially announced by mistake on their label’s website, where it was quickly spotted by a fan from Reddit’s indieheads community. Since announcing the record through more traditional channels, the...

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Watch Sleater-Kinney Perform Acoustic Version of New Song “Broken”

Sleater-Kinney have released one more tease from their new album The Center Won’t Hold, in the form of an acoustic performance video of the yet-to-be-released cut “Broken.” The clip finds the band’s two remaining members, Corin Tucker on vocals and Carrie Brownstein on keyboard, playing a charmingly rough rendition of the song in what looks...

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Janet Weiss Cancels Upcoming Shows Following “Scary” Car Accident

Former Sleater-Kinney drummer Janet Weiss has announced that she is recovering from a “scary car accident.” Weiss’ left collar bone and right leg were broken in the incident, and she will likely be healing for the next 12 weeks. Weiss has therefore cancelled upcoming shows with her band Quasi, including as an appearance at a benefit show for immigrant...

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Sleater-Kinney – “Can I Go On”

Sleater-Kinney have released “Can I Go On,” the fourth single from their upcoming album The Center Won’t Hold, which was produced by St. Vincent. In a statement about the song, which couples a blown-out earworm of a chorus with grim verses about the state of modern society, guitarist and vocalist Carrie Brownstein wrote: “In this song, a...

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Sleater-Kinney Talk Janet Weiss’ Departure and Being Inspired by Rihanna in New Interview

Sleater-Kinney are promoting their new album The Center Won’t Hold, which is expected to arrive next month. In the run up to its release, the band has had to deal with its share of controversy due to the sudden departure of drummer Janet Weiss and fan concerns about the St. Vincent-led production on the new record....

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