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Feb 16, 2011

Colin Meloy (The Decemberists), James Mercer (The Shins/Broken Bells), and Corin Tucker (Sleater-Kinney/Corin Tucker) stopped by the not-quite so real world of Portlandia—a sketch show written by Saturday Night Live’sFred Armisen and Sleater-Kinney/Wild Flag’s Carrie Brownstein. More

Sep 30, 2010

On October 5thThe Corin Tucker Band releases their debut album via Kill Rockstars. In the meanwhile, the premier opus is streaming via NPR.  More

The Corin Tucker Band Hits the Road

Tour Begins October 7th

Sep 15, 2010

Sleater-Kinney leader turned solo artist Corin Tucker is hitting the road this October in support of solo debut album, 1,000 YEARS. We have the dates.  More

The Corin Tucker Band Set to Release Debut LP

Sleater-Kinney Frontwoman's New Project Features Members of Unwound and Golden Bear

Jul 12, 2010

After a protracted break from music since Sleater-Kinney's indefinite hiatus announced in 2006, Corin Tucker has at last revealed the details of her highly anticipated new album under the moniker The Corin Tucker Band. We have the details. More



Reviews

Kill My Blues

Kill My Blues

Kill Rock Stars

Sep 20, 2012

“What’s up y’all/I thought we had a plan/To move things forward for women around the globe/Instead of going forward, where the hell we going now?” is something of the listener’s gauntlet for Corin Tucker Band’s second album. It’s from the opening track “Groundhog Day,” and it’s a call to arms unheard from Tucker since Sleater-Kinney’s sublime The Woods. More

1,000 Years

1,000 Years

Kill Rock Stars

Oct 15, 2010

Since Sleater-Kinney went on an indefinite hiatus in 2006, their members have followed dramatically different muses. Carrie Brownstein works for NPR, writing the "Monitor Mix" blog, while Janet Weiss has continued as a drummer and songwriter, both with her own band Quasi, and as an auxiliary member with the likes of The Jicks and Bright Eyes. More