Tag Archives: Carrie Brownstein

Mission Creek Festival 2018 lineup (Carrie Brownstein, Built to Spill, Julien Baker, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The music, literature, and more festival also includes Wye Oak, Margaret Glaspy, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Algiers, Jamila Woods, and much more.

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Carrie Brownstein, Bryan Cranston & more are in new season of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

There hasn’t been a new season of Curb since 2011 — it returns in October on HBO.

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2017 Emmy Nominations: ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Westworld,’ ‘Atlanta,’ Jack White, & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Plus: Chance the Rapper, Aziz Ansari, Common, Riz Ahmed, Snoop (and Martha Stewart), Portlandia, and more nominations.

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Quasi releases protest comp ft. mems of Sleater-Kinney, New Pornographers, Built to Spill, Pavement, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Quasi (aka Sam Coomes and Janet Weiss) have put together a new compilation protest album called Battle Hymns that features tons of exciting guests. It’s a pay-what-you-want download, and proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood, ACLU, and 350.org.

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watch Courtney Barnett play the guest-filled ‘SNL’ season finale (and teach Bobby Moynihan some Australian slang)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Fred Armisen-hosted ‘SNL’ finale also featured Larry David, a new Lonely Island digital short, Maya Rudolph…plus watch a web-exclusive with Paul Simon

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Indie Rock musicians turned TV stars (a list!)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

From Death By Audio to Home Box Office, from ‘Gilmore Girls’ to ‘Game of Thrones,’ here are some indie rock musicians who showed up in popular TV shows.

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Nile Rodgers, Brian Wilson, Spike Lee, Bob Mould, Madonna & more artists pay tribute to Prince

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Also: Paul McCartney, Marc Almond, Carrie Brownstein, Questlove, The Mountain Goats, Nikki Sixx, Nigel Godrich, Chaka Khan, and more

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NPR’s Bob Boilen wrote book ‘Your Song Changed My Life,’ hosting release event in NYC with Sturgill Simpson

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

NPR’s All Songs Considered and Tiny Desk Concerts host and unflagging show-goer Bob Boilen has a new book coming out, titled Your Song Changed My Life, where he talks with 35 musicians about the music that inspired them…

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Rock On Philly Staff Picks for Halloween Weekend Shows

Source: Rock On Philly

Featured Image by William Warby

There are a lot of fun things going on for Halloween Weekend! Check out one of these shows that our staff hand-picked for your best All-Hallows Eve all-nighter!

Thursday 10/29:

Joanna Gruesome at PhilaMOCA (tickets)

Everbody Hits Philadelphia is doing a benefit with Dogs on Acid (info).

– Amanda Silberling, Writer and Photographer

Carrie Brownstein at Merriam Theater (tickets), presented by the Free Library of Philadelphia

She’s touring for her book Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl. I’m hoping she performs some stuff from Sleater-Kinney!

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Wakana Narisako, Writer

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The Return of The End: Thoughts on Sleater-Kinney’s Apocalyptic No Cities To Love

Source: Rock On Philly

I wasn’t a fully formed person when Sleater-Kinney was first active. I’m still not, but back in 2005, around the time The Woods was melting even the roomiest of rock and roll pigeonholes with its mind, things were much, much worse. I was 13, and my favorite album that year was probably Blink-182’s Enema of the State, which came out in 1999 – the same year as S-K’s Hot Rock, for what it’s worth – and had remained my favorite album of every year since. Had I heard The Woods then I don’t think I would have ...

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Sleater-Kinney is back and better than ever: A Review of their Sold-Out Union Transfer Show on 2/28

Source: Rock On Philly

Photography: Andrew Wick

You don’t hear too many stories of a band breaking up and then coming back even stronger. Sleater-Kinney went on hiatus in August 2006, and now, nine years later, have returned full throttle with a dynamite new album and world tour.

This past Saturday’s show at Union Transfer was mind-blowing. The band performed 23 songs in total, which included all but one of their songs on the newly released No Cities to Love and oodles of S-K favorites from their 12 years together as a band.

Corin Tucker, S-K’s lead singer, is a phenom, and shook ...

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Sleater-Kinney – No Cities To Love

Source: All Things Go

All your favorite celebrities make an appearance in Sleater-Kinney’s video for “No Cities To Love.”

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