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Janet Weiss gave her first interview since leaving Sleater-Kinney.
Listen to "ANIMAL," a new single from Sleater-Kinney (including Janet Weiss).
Sleater-Kinney and Quasi drummer Janet Weiss reveals she has broken multiple bones in a car crash and will no longer tour with her band Quasi as planned.
Listen to "The Center Won't Hold," the title track from Sleater-Kinney's ninth LP and the first single the band have released since Janet Weiss's departure.
Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney spoke to fans about the departure of drummer Janet Weiss in a series of Instagram comments.
Sleater-Kinney's founding drummer, Janet Weiss, is leaving the band.
Sleater-Kinney appeared on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show on Wednesday to perform new song "Hurry On Home."
Twenty-five years after practicing for the first time in an Olympia basement, Sleater-Kinney are back — and they’ve created one of the most furious, dynamic records of their career.
Sleater-Kinney announce new album The Center Won't Hold. Listen to new song "The Future Is Here" now.
Listen to Sleater-Kinney's new single "Hurry on Home."
Sleater-Kinney has enlisted St. Vincent to produce the band's new music.
Big news! The pioneering trio will release No Cities To Love on Sub Pop in January 2015, and they’re going on tour.
The influential indie rock trio is putting out ‘Start Together,’ a seven-album vinyl box set of their studio albums.