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Outtakes of our shoot with Sleater-Kinney

Want more Sleater-Kinney? Check out all the photos of our behind-the-scenes shoot with the girls.

By Terri White
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If you’ve lived in a hole the past two decades and don’t know who Sleater-Kinney is, you (hopefully) at least recognize Carrie Brownstein from Portlandia. A key part of the riot grrrl scene, the band formed in Washington 1994, releasing seven albums before going on hiatus until late last year. In our interview with Sleater-Kinney, you can hear all about the band's stellar new album No Cities to Love. Right now, enjoy these photos from our shoot with Corin Tucker, Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss—the coolest women we know.

Photograph: Ben Rayner

Photograph: Ben Rayner

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Photograph: Ben Rayner

Photograph: Ben Rayner

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Photograph: Ben Rayner

Photograph: Ben Rayner

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Photograph: Ben Rayner

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Sleater-Kinney + Lizzo

Music Rock and indie

A mysteriously unmarked 7" (containing a heretofore unknown song) in Sleater-Kinney's 2014 career-spanning box set was all it took to get the blogosphere buzzing with reunion rumors, and days later, it was official—the band's back. In January, the riot-grrrl torchbearers and indie-rock luminaries released their eighth LP, No Cities to Love, their first LP in 10 years and an admirably toothsome, no-fuss comeback, and are playing a slew of 2015 dates, including these big ones at T5. Blazing Minneapolis MC Lizzo opens.

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