Sleater-Kinney No Cities to Love
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AmericanFlagAsh
January 29th 2015


8660 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Hey Darling is like the best song on here soooooooo

RadicalEd
February 1st 2015


9432 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Cyng you have the weirdest taste I've ever seen.



Album kicks all sorts of ass. "A new Wave" is my favorite song of 2015 so far.

NJeroen
February 1st 2015


113 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

True. First half = 5, second half = 4. Though No Anthems is absolutely amazing as well, despite being on the second half.

Cygnatti
February 1st 2015


32732 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Cyng you have the weirdest taste I've ever seen.
but how? :/ i think i like the first song quite a bit actually.

wwf
February 1st 2015


6214 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Man I need to listen to this album badly, the songs I've heard rule. I'm so far behind on 2015 already

chinesewhispers
February 1st 2015


4763 Comments


Bro you gave Sremmlife a 5 and this a 2.5

This is most likely gonna be in the top 5 critically acclaimed albums this year

Cygnatti
February 1st 2015


32732 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

um that wasn't a serious sremmlife rating :/ i think that album is horrible.

chinesewhispers
February 1st 2015


4763 Comments


Ohhh haha then I take it back

Still though, this is better than "average" forsure, top notch indie rock right hurr

mvdu
February 2nd 2015


768 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah it is quite good - the guitar riffs are indie rock for sure but not too fuzzed out or unapproachable for someone like me who is more of a classic rock fan than modern rock fan. If you like this, you also may like Dead Sara. I personally feel this album is much better than St Vincent albums.

AmericanFlagAsh
February 2nd 2015


8660 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"I personally feel this album is much better than St Vincent albums"



Way different musically...

Other than a girl who plays guitar

mvdu
February 2nd 2015


768 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Wasn't saying they are the same - that's probably why I like SK more, lol.

chinesewhispers
February 2nd 2015


4763 Comments


...the fuck are you talking about? Sleater-Kinney have been ridiculously acclaimed since the mid-90's. If
anything, they're terribly underrated on here.

Edit: @ Hep Kat

AmericanFlagAsh
February 2nd 2015


8660 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Annie is my queen



But yes Sleater rule

mvdu
February 2nd 2015


768 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I actually don't feel St Vincent is bad music, but besides some songs on Actor, she is not to my taste as much as SK is.

mvdu
February 2nd 2015


768 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I'm SK age; far removed from a teen. But I post here because I have an interest in music commentary. Plus can find out about new artists.

PappyMason
February 2nd 2015


5702 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

You guys seen 'The Punk Singer'?

chinesewhispers
February 2nd 2015


4763 Comments


Nah, I believe it's on Netflix though, prolly worth a check

PappyMason
February 2nd 2015


5702 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeh definitely, Kathleen Hanna is awesome. Bikini Kill are also worth checking out for anyone interested in the riot grrrl movement or punk rock in general.

chinesewhispers
February 2nd 2015


4763 Comments


Forsure, even though I think "riot grrrl" is a borderline misogynistic term, in the sense that they're only pointing out gender in the first place. Almost like they're saying "yeah, they're women, but they can still rock!"

Since you've seen the documentary, was it the bands themselves that came up with the label, or was it the publications/critics/etc.?

PappyMason
February 2nd 2015


5702 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I think 'riot grrrl' was actually the name of a zine that Hanna was involved with.



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