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.'
The stars aligned at this past weekend's kickoff of the annual Todos Santos Music Festival in Mexico for a few high-powered covers in honor of the late legend.
The songs we listened to most this year represent shining beacons of light amid the darkness and turbulence of the time in which they were created.
Sleater-Kinney brought out Carrie Brownstein’s 'Portlandia' co-star and self-proclaimed fourth Sleater-Kinney member Fred Armisen for the B-52's cover.
With Christmas rapidly approaching, Sleater-Kinney treated fans at a recent gig to a cover of the Ramones’ “Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want to Fight Tonight).”
Just in time for Carrie Brownstein’s memoir, 'Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl,' Sleater-Kinney have shared a live music video for the song after which it's named.
The Sleater-Kinney guitarist has shared an excerpt from 'Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl,' which details her mother’s battle with an eating disorder.
The musician and 'Portlandia' star will promote the release of her upcoming autobiography, 'Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl,' with a star-studded book tour.