If you didn't get a chance to listen to Sleater-Kinney's live webcast from the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C. last night, rest easy. There is another opportunity for you to hear the power-trio streamed with digital technology of questionable audio quality.
This afternoon (Aug. 4) at 5:30 pm the band's Lollapalooza set will be webcast live from Chicago. This time the webcast is brought to you by the fine people at AT&T who are currently trying to persuade congress to kill Network Neutrality in order to control what you can view (and the quality of that content) on the internet. They are a bunch of rat bastards for attempting to do this, but they are giving you free Sleater-Kinney. Just don't forget they are rat bastards tomorrow.
To listen to the webcast, go here
If you refuse to give AT&T any attention (and good for you, dammit!), you might just want to read about a recent Sleater-Kinney concert. There is one by Cortney Harding of Urban Honking here
and one from the New York Times
's Jon Pareles here
And if you want to learn more about Net Neutrality, and the forces of evil that are threatening it, read this Willamette Week cover story
Save the Internet: savetheinternet.com