Continuing the legacy of punk rockers like The Runaways and Blondie, Sleater-Kinney revived an entire genre in the ‘90s with their edgy, unapologetic, good old fashioned rock and roll. Alternating between a ruckus and a whisper, they built a reputation for creating controlled chaos with a conscience. In 2001, Time called them ‘the best rock band in America’. But seven albums and a dedicated following later, the trio called it quits. Until now.
After a decade of silence Sleater-Kinney are back with a live show like a runaway train. On full display are the raw vocals, furious riffs and intense drumming ability of Corin Tucker, Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss, back together as if they never separated.
Awards & Reviews
‘The fiercest, most passionate, just plain greatest of American bands.’