The great Northwest trio Sleater-Kinney's confessional album 'Dig Me Out' turns 20 years old.
Sleater-Kinney became one of the best and most important bands of the era by growing up and growing out of the scene that spawned them.
Filthy Friends features Peter Buck, Corin Tucker and some longtime associates of Buck.
A benefit concert for Planned Parenthood will take place following the Women's March on Washington this Saturday (Jan. 21).
Sleater-Kinney's first-ever live album will be released on Jan. 27.
Sleater-Kinney played "Rebel Rebel" and "Faith" on New Year's Eve in San Francisco.
Sleater-Kinney vet and Portlandia star Carrie Brownstein has debuted the trailer for The Realest Real, her upcoming short film featuring Kim Gordon.
Against Me!, Jane's Addiction, Ween, Death Cab for Cutie, Brand New and many more will be playing one or both of the Riot Fest events in Chicago and Denver.
Sparked from the embers of the withering riot grrrl scene, a thoroughly postmodern trio from the Pacific Northwest unleashed the most innovative punk album of 1996.
Sleater-Kinney performed a career-spanning set that included cuts from their comeback album 'No Cities to Love.'