It’s funny.

It hasn’t even been a year since I was first suicidal, yet my friends have already forgotten and seem to think it’s appropriate to make really offensive comments about it.

women-in-music:

Sleater-Kinney are back! As anticipated, Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker, and Janet Weiss will release new album No Cities to Love on January 20 in the U.S. and January 19 internationally via Sub Pop. Watch the lyric video for new track ‘Bury Our Friends’ HERE. It features director/artist/actress/author Miranda July, a longtime Sleater-Kinney collaborator. Download the song in exchange for an email address here. 
The band is also heading out on tour in early 2015. Check out the dates below, along with the album tracklist. The deluxe vinyl version comes with an etched, single-sided 12” with two bonus tracks.
No Cities to Love was produced by John Goodmanson, who produced Call the Doctor, One Beat, Dig Me Out, and  All Hands on the Bad One. In a press release, Brownstein said, “We sound possessed on these songs, willing it all - the entire weight of the band and what it means to us - back into existence.”
This week, Sub Pop releases the discography box set Start Together. As previously reported, it contained a mysterious white 7” bearing the inscription “1/20/15.” That turned out to be the album’s release date; the song on the 7” is “Bury Our Friends”.
No Cities to Love:
01 Price Tag 02 Fangless 03 Surface Envy 04 No Cities to Love 05 A New Wave 06 No Anthems 07 Gimme Love 08 Bury Our Friends 09 Hey Darling 10 Fade
Sleater-Kinney:
02-08 Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory Spokane02-09 Boise, ID - Knitting Factory Boise02-10 Salt Lake City, UT - The Depot02-12 Denver, CO - Ogden Theater02-13 Omaha, NE - Slowdown02-14 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue 02-15 Milwaukee, WI - Turner Hall 02-17 Chicago, IL - Riviera 02-22 Boston, MA - House of Blues 02-24 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club 02-26 New York, NY - Terminal 5 02-28 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer03-01 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE03-18 Berlin, Germany - Postbahnhof03-19 Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Paradiso03-20 Paris, France - Cigale03-21 Antwerp, Belgium - Trix03-23 London, England - Roundhouse03-24 Manchester, England - Albert Hall03-25 Glasgow, Scotland - O2 ABC03-26 Dublin, Ireland - Vicar Street

THIS IS THE BEST NEWS EVER!!!!!!

women-in-music:

Sleater-Kinney are back! As anticipated, Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker, and Janet Weiss will release new album No Cities to Love on January 20 in the U.S. and January 19 internationally via Sub Pop. Watch the lyric video for new track ‘Bury Our Friends’ HERE. It features director/artist/actress/author Miranda July, a longtime Sleater-Kinney collaborator. Download the song in exchange for an email address here

The band is also heading out on tour in early 2015. Check out the dates below, along with the album tracklist. The deluxe vinyl version comes with an etched, single-sided 12” with two bonus tracks.

No Cities to Love was produced by John Goodmanson, who produced Call the DoctorOne Beat, Dig Me Out, and  All Hands on the Bad One. In a press release, Brownstein said, “We sound possessed on these songs, willing it all - the entire weight of the band and what it means to us - back into existence.”

This week, Sub Pop releases the discography box set Start Together. As previously reported, it contained a mysterious white 7” bearing the inscription “1/20/15.” That turned out to be the album’s release date; the song on the 7” is “Bury Our Friends”.

No Cities to Love:

01 Price Tag
02 Fangless
03 Surface Envy
04 No Cities to Love
05 A New Wave
06 No Anthems
07 Gimme Love
08 Bury Our Friends
09 Hey Darling
10 Fade

Sleater-Kinney:

02-08 Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory Spokane
02-09 Boise, ID - Knitting Factory Boise
02-10 Salt Lake City, UT - The Depot
02-12 Denver, CO - Ogden Theater
02-13 Omaha, NE - Slowdown
02-14 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue 
02-15 Milwaukee, WI - Turner Hall 
02-17 Chicago, IL - Riviera 
02-22 Boston, MA - House of Blues 
02-24 Washington, DC 9:30 Club 
02-26 New York, NY - Terminal 5 
02-28 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer
03-01 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE
03-18 Berlin, Germany - Postbahnhof
03-19 Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Paradiso
03-20 Paris, France - Cigale
03-21 Antwerp, Belgium - Trix
03-23 London, England - Roundhouse
03-24 Manchester, England - Albert Hall
03-25 Glasgow, Scotland - O2 ABC
03-26 Dublin, Ireland - Vicar Street

THIS IS THE BEST NEWS EVER!!!!!!

heaven is taking a dress off
especially when it is your hands doing the unzipping and I can
feel the second spine slowly
creep down my back
and your hands trailing behind
all I can focus on is the puddle of fabric at my feet
and your hands on my waist
pulling me in closer

tattoolit:

One of my favorite lines, from my favorite play by The Bard. I occasionally suffer from anxiety and this reminds me, even on my “littlest” days, that I can be fierce.

Done by Melissa at Fat Ram’s Pumpkin Tattoo. The font was picked by a graphic designer friend, it’s called Bodoni.

tattoolit:

One of my favorite lines, from my favorite play by The Bard. I occasionally suffer from anxiety and this reminds me, even on my “littlest” days, that I can be fierce.

Done by Melissa at Fat Ram’s Pumpkin Tattoo. The font was picked by a graphic designer friend, it’s called Bodoni.

In what world is a director more important than a playwright????


It’s obscene the way I’ve been treated. If it weren’t for me they wouldn’t have any play.

It’s ridiculous.