Sleater-Kinney : One Beat

Sleater-Kinney : One Beat

Despite taunting list-making indie boys with 'You're No Rock'n'Roll Fun', Sleater-Kinney 's reputation as dry feministas still precedes them like a fun-squashing elephant. There's nothing like perpetuating a stereotype by repeating it but when...

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Glasgow 13th Note

Glasgow 13th Note

Make no mistake. Sleater-Kinney are incandescent . In the three years since their breakthrough third album, 'Dig Me Out' , saw this corrosive power-trio progress from local favourites to underground heroines, Sleater-Kinney have eschewed...

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All Hands On The Bad One

All Hands On The Bad One

There's rarely been a worse time in rock to own breasts, now that the frat boy is king and "show us your tits" routinely echoes 'round gigs. It starts off ignorable, with the snigger-snigger inanity of The Bloodhound Gang album. It gets ugly at...

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Sleater-Kinney : Get up

Sleater-Kinney : Get up

Susan Sontag once famously said American women are "the third sex". She might have added that American women who dress like Doris Day 's mad sister, play itchy punk rock and sing like herniating hamsters are pan-sexual goddesses who should...

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The Hot Rock

The Hot Rock

So how 'kin ace are Sleater-Kinney , hmmm? Depends on your criteria, innit? Lazily compare them to the monstrous regiment of 'I'm Mad Me!' singer-songwriter womyn who dominate the Yank charts and you'd have to conclude - 'Ooh, no! This simply...

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