Losing a band member isn't always the end of the world, but in the case of Sleater-Kinney, the departing artist was drummer Janet Weiss. On July 1, she posted a brief message to Twitter, stating that Sleater-Kinney was "heading in a new direction" and that it was time for her to move on. The announcement […] (Date:08/16/2019 05:47) Read full article >>

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