They’ve already recorded five songs.
Brownstein will write and direct the pilot, which follows a young woman, her band, and a whole lot of noise.
From Portlandia to The Good Place, the future is still being televised nationally
Sleater-Kinney musician’s appearance on Bea’s Big Laughs covers poodle dyeing, wigs, and Portlandia.
Six years later, HBO’s anxious landmark series looks new, sounds familiar, and goes big.
It’s been five years, but everyone still hates Larry.
The pre-recorded video series provides answers to the tired questions repeatedly asked in interviews.
Annie Clark also talks working with Jack Antonoff, autobiographical writing, and her ambitious plans to promote the album.
Plus, David reveals he’s actually related to Senator Bernie Sanders.
Musician, writer, actor, and now a movie director.
Sleater-Kinney guitarist opines on tracks for Vice News’ High Standards Music Corner.
Wilco frontman is the target of a conniving music copyright lawyer, played by Fred Armisen.