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Everything Has Changed, Nothing Has Changed: Music in a Post-9/11 World
2 Mar 2015 // 9:00 PM

The attacks of 9/11 may have caused a noticeable shift in the lyrical content of musicians and even sonic changes in the short term, but, in the end, normalcy finds a way to settle in.

Listening Ahead: 15 Albums for Early 2015
11 Jan 2015 // 8:20 PM

Get an early glimpse of the best and most eagerly anticipated albums of the new year, including new efforts from Sleater-Kinney, Father John Misty, Belle and Sebastian, and Viet Cong.


Vulnerability Becomes Strength When Sleater-Kinney Takes D.C.
5 Mar 2015 // 10:00 PM

The crowd is riveted to the intensity of the performance; some barely moving as they watch the stage, almost reverent in their witness. Sleater-Kinney has walked out onto the ledge with us and back. Again.

Sleater-Kinney: No Cities to Love
19 Jan 2015 // 8:06 PM

The alternative rock band's first record in a decade exceeds all expectations of what a reunion album should sound like by not sounding like a reunion album at all.


Sleater-Kinney: 26 February 2015 - Terminal 5, New York (Photos)
27 Feb 2015 // 4:55 AM

Audiences hungry for the reunited Sleater-Kinney will be thrilled. The band are as explosive as ever.

Sleater-Kinney - "The Fox" (From My Playlist)
21 Jan 2015 // 3:00 AM

Here are some reasons why Sleater-Kinney's "The Fox" is the greatest opening to a rock record ever.


Carrie Brownstein's New Memoir Is a Mash Note to Her Band
5 Nov 2015 // 6:35 AM

“It’s a love letter to music and a love letter to my bandmates,” Brownstein says of her book.

The Return of Edgy, Pioneering Band Sleater-Kinney
27 Oct 2014 // 6:48 AM

Sleater-Kinney, the Portland, Ore., guitar band that last week announced its return after an eight-year hiatus, has seldom parsed words. The name of its mid-‘9

//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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