Cut of the Day: "Bury Our Friends," Sleater-Kinney

It's official, Portland: You can start loving Carrie Brownstein again!

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In 2006, when Sleater-Kinney played its final show ever at the Crystal Ballroom, an invisible clock began running, counting down to the legendary Portland-via-Olympia riot grrrls' eventual reunion. It just felt inevitable, considering the group didn't seem to implode with acrimony, and because, let's face it, no one stays broken up anymore these days. Well, that clock has finally hit zero. This morning, ...   More
 
Monday, October 20, 2014 MATTHEW SINGER

Scoop: Gossip Driving Cadillacs In Its Dreams.


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COLD FUSION: Stumptown’s cold-brewed coffee is now available on a nitro tap—the kind used to pour a proper pint of Guinness—at the Southwest 3rd Avenue location. This newfangled caffeine-del   More
 
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 WW Culture Staff

Mock Star

Carrie Brownstein is making fun of you.


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In her 10 years as a Portlander, Carrie Brownstein has been many things: a guitarist, an actress, a blogger, an advertising writer, a dog trainer and, most recently, the creator of a TV series...   More
 
Wednesday, November 3, 2010 AARON MESH

Album Review: Wild Flag

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Album Reviews
[UNDER THE BANNER OF ROCK] In the music video for “Romance,” the lead single on their recently released self-titled debut, the members of Wild Flag play unlikely work buddies who, on their lunch   More
 
Wednesday, November 9, 2011 JONATHAN FROCHTZWAJG

Live Review: Wild Flag & Ramona Falls, Wednesday, Jan. 12 at Bunk Bar


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Looking back at the LocalCut archives, I realize that I haven't written a proper off-the-cuff live review in almost two years. But this morning, while laboring through a glut of PR emails and music listings, a funny thing happened: I couldn't stop thinking about the show I saw last night. Crazy for a music writer, I know, but that's just the power Carrie Brownstein holds over me when she's playing ...   More
 
Thursday, January 13, 2011 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER

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


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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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