Carrie Brownstein's Music Corner Ep. 5: VICE News Tonight on HBO
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For her last week on High Standards Music Corner, Carrie Brownstein, founding member of the legendary punk band Sleater-Kinney, imagines Jane Fonda as Conor Oberst’s “perfect 10.”
In addition to “A Little Uncanny, ” by Oberst, Brownstein comments on:
“Halfway Off the Balcony,” by Big Sean.
“Windy City,” by Alison Krauss.
“Moving on and Getting Over,” by John Mayer.
Sleater-Kinney is an all-woman punk rock band formed in Olympia, Washington, in the mid-’90s. After going on an eight-year hiatus in 2006, the band made a much-celebrated comeback in 2014 and have since released one studio album, “No Cities to Love.”
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