Album Review: Corin Tucker Band

Kill My Blues (Kill Rock Stars)


Album Reviews
[PARENTAL PUNK] Collaboration cures what ails you. Corin Tucker took this for granted in the immediate wake of Sleater-Kinney’s breakup, evidenced by the Portlander’s introverted approach on   More
 
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 MARK STOCK

Portlandia Shooting Fake MusicfestNW at MusicfestNW


Movies & Television
If you see TV cameras while staggering between MusicfestNW venues tonight, give 'em your most disaffected sneer: Portlandia, the IFC improvisational comedy starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, will be shooting incidental footage at MFNW over the next several days. At a mini-junket luncheon today at Besaw's, Armisen (the Saturday Night Live Obama impersonator) and Brownstein (the Sleater-Kinney ...   More
 
Thursday, September 9, 2010 AARON MESH

Corin Tucker Reveals Debut Album Details


Music
Is Corin Tucker secretly a Twi-mom? Pitchfork has the details on Tucker's debut solo album, which is being credited to the Corin Tucker Band and features Sara Lund of Unwound and Seth Lorinczi of Golden Bears and Blue Giant. The biggest surprise (besides the already reported details that the record—featuring lots of acoustic guitar, interlocking percussion, and even cellos and violins—is ...   More
 
Monday, July 12, 2010 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER

The Corin Tucker Band, "Doubt," 1,000 Years (Kill Rock Stars)


Music
Corin Tucker spends most of her debut solo album, 1,000 Years, trying to distance herself from the shadow of her former band. It's not an easy task: Sleater-Kinney was, in the words of renowned rock critic Greil Marcus, "America's best rock band" before it went on indefinite hiatus in 2006. But while many songs on 1,000 Years feature acoustic guitars, brushed drums, and even cello, "Doubt" harkens ...   More
 
Monday, August 2, 2010 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER

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