Best Sleaterkinney podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Anthony Fantano, the Internet's busiest music nerd, rounds up his weekly rants and reviews, occasionally chatting with artists and other content creators.
 
"If You’re Listening” is all about one person’s mission to force her friend to listen to all the music he missed in high school. Sometimes it goes well and Heather broadens her friend’s horizons just a little bit. Often times it doesn’t go so well and Ramsey spends the episode wondering why anyone would listen to this music, or in extreme cases, launching empty threats at the band that recorded it.
 
The Current Music News is the essential daily listen for fans of all genres to catch up on what matters in the music world. Hosts Jay Gabler and Jade break down industry developments to explain how they affect you, fill you in on breaking news about upcoming releases, and surprise you with strange-but-true stories. It’s a quick, fun and informative rundown that will make you think, make you laugh, and help you understand what’s happening onstage and behind the scenes in popular music. There’ ...
 
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My Seattle Mixtape Podcast is an exploration of the 1980s and 1990s music scene that the world came to know as Grunge. We’ll be taking a band by band viewfinder to discover the roots of the music, the groups, the triumphs, and the failures of one of the most enduring rock ‘n roll scenes of all time.Each episode will focus on Zach and Dave discussing one band. We’ll explore how they got together, where their influences came from, the music they made, and where they ended up. We’ll listen to s ...
 
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Scott talks with Katie Garcia of Bayonet Records about going out on her own after starting out at Captured Tracks and why she believes artists should be more prolific.
 
Anthony reviews classic releases by System of a Down, Burial, Cannibal Ox, Sleater-Kinney, and The Postal Service.
 
Anthony reviews classic releases by System of a Down, Burial, Cannibal Ox, Sleater-Kinney, and The Postal Service.
 
Scott Orr talks with Marketing Director, Carly Starr about her role at the iconic indie label, Sub Pop. They talk in-depth about the promotional lead-up to the latest Low record, Double Negative.www.otherrecordlabels.com
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Soap&Skin, Meek Mill, and Black Thought & Salaam Remi. He also shares his picks for the 61st Grammy Awards.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Soap&Skin, Meek Mill, and Black Thought & Salaam Remi. He also shares his picks for the 61st Grammy Awards.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by XXXTentacion, Ski Mask the Slump God, The 1975, Earl Sweatshirt, and Kai Whiston. Plus commentary on Epic Games being sued for its use of the Milly Rock in Fortnite, and a podcast-exclusive segment of Let's Argue about the influence of anime on modern music.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by XXXTentacion, Ski Mask the Slump God, The 1975, Earl Sweatshirt, and Kai Whiston. Plus commentary on Epic Games being sued for its use of the Milly Rock in Fortnite, and a podcast-exclusive segment of Let's Argue about the influence of anime on modern music.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by J.I.D, Onyx Collective, Tyler the Creator, 6ix9ine, Grimes, and Chance the Rapper. Plus exclusive podcast segments of LET’S ARGUE about drummers and bassists being overlooked and whether or not re-remastered albums are a racket.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by J.I.D, Onyx Collective, Tyler the Creator, 6ix9ine, Grimes, and Chance the Rapper. Plus exclusive podcast segments of LET’S ARGUE about drummers and bassists being overlooked and whether or not re-remastered albums are a racket.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Trippie Redd, Action Bronson, Jaden Smith, Anderson .Paak, Muse, A$AP Rocky, and Earl Sweatshirt. Plus an exclusive podcast segment of Let's Argue on musical innovation as it relates to mainstream popularity and longevity.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Trippie Redd, Action Bronson, Jaden Smith, Anderson .Paak, Muse, A$AP Rocky, and Earl Sweatshirt. Plus an exclusive podcast segment of Let's Argue on musical innovation as it relates to mainstream popularity and longevity.
 
Scott talks with Mike Warner of Work Hard Playlist Hard all about the current world of streaming and playlisting!
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Sun Kil Moon, Imagine Dragons, Jeffrey Lewis, Metro Boomin, Lil Peep, The Beatles, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, and Mike WiLL Made-It.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Sun Kil Moon, Imagine Dragons, Jeffrey Lewis, Metro Boomin, Lil Peep, The Beatles, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, and Mike WiLL Made-It.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Poppy, Vince Staples, Takeoff, Rosalía, Curren$y & Freddie Gibbs, Earl Sweatshirt, and XXXTentacion, plus comments on Kanye West and Kid Cudi's submission to the Grammys' rock music category.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Poppy, Vince Staples, Takeoff, Rosalía, Curren$y & Freddie Gibbs, Earl Sweatshirt, and XXXTentacion, plus comments on Kanye West and Kid Cudi's submission to the Grammys' rock music category.
 
Scott talks with David Sax, author of The Revenge of Analog in the first INDUSTRY INSIDERS episode.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Julia Holter, Daughters, Current 93, Kurt Vile, Joji, Greta Van Fleet, Rosalía and Carly Rae Jepsen.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Julia Holter, Daughters, Current 93, Kurt Vile, Joji, Greta Van Fleet, Rosalía and Carly Rae Jepsen.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Future & Juice WRLD, Open Mike Eagle, Little Big, High on Fire, Lil Yachty, and Trippie Redd, and responds to a question about the psychological effects of listening to depressing music.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Future & Juice WRLD, Open Mike Eagle, Little Big, High on Fire, Lil Yachty, and Trippie Redd, and responds to a question about the psychological effects of listening to depressing music.
 
Scott talks with Art Manager, Molly Smith of Ghostly International (Geotic, Tycho, Matthew Dear) about the importance of design and aesthetic at a record label.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Polyphia, Horrendous, Quavo, Clarence Clarity, City Morgue, Joji and Lil Peep, and comments on Drake's recent statements about Kanye West and the Pusha T beef.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Polyphia, Horrendous, Quavo, Clarence Clarity, City Morgue, Joji and Lil Peep, and comments on Drake's recent statements about Kanye West and the Pusha T beef.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Behemoth, Marissa Nadler, Sheck Wes, twenty one pilots, Weezer, Run the Jewels, and Lil Baby & Gunna.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Behemoth, Marissa Nadler, Sheck Wes, twenty one pilots, Weezer, Run the Jewels, and Lil Baby & Gunna.
 
Scott talks with Mike Sniper about the supposed death of guitar music, releasing two records on the same day, and perseverance in an ever-changing industry.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Tim Hecker, Lil Wayne, Lupe Fiasco, Logic, Kero Kero Bonito, Anderson .Paak ft. Kendrick Lamar, and Jaden Smith.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Tim Hecker, Lil Wayne, Lupe Fiasco, Logic, Kero Kero Bonito, Anderson .Paak ft. Kendrick Lamar, and Jaden Smith.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Hozier, Milo, JMSN, Brockhampton, Prince, and Young Thug ft. Elton John.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Hozier, Milo, JMSN, Brockhampton, Prince, and Young Thug ft. Elton John.
 
Scott and Mike chat about the suprise overnight success of the first Frankie Cosmos record and the sound that "limited resources" in the studio can bring to a record. Grab a copy of Work Hard Playlist Hard eBook at http://ebook.otherrecordlabels.com by using the coupon code "other" for 10% off.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Aphex Twin, Spiritualized, 6LACK, Noname, J.I.D, Lil Uzi Vert, and XXXTentacion & Lil Peep.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Aphex Twin, Spiritualized, 6LACK, Noname, J.I.D, Lil Uzi Vert, and XXXTentacion & Lil Peep.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Okonkolo, Yves Tumor, $uicideBoy$, Russ, Thou, Lana Del Ray, and Eminem.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Okonkolo, Yves Tumor, $uicideBoy$, Russ, Thou, Lana Del Ray, and Eminem.
 
Scott and Manny chat about starting a label in college, helping out other labels, and finding new bands to work with. Grab a copy of Work Hard Playlist Hard eBook at http://ebook.otherrecordlabels.com by using the coupon code "other" for 10% off.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Armand Hammer, Eminem, and George Clanton. Plus discussions on Eminem's continued fall from grace and whether or not To Pimp a Butterfly would have received a 10/10 had someone like 6ix9ine made it instead of Kendrick Lamar.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Armand Hammer, Eminem, and George Clanton. Plus discussions on Eminem's continued fall from grace and whether or not To Pimp a Butterfly would have received a 10/10 had someone like 6ix9ine made it instead of Kendrick Lamar.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Blood Orange, Interpol, Oh Sees, Hermit and the Recluse, and Twenty One Pilots. Plus discussions on emo rap and anonymity in music.
 
Anthony reviews new releases by Blood Orange, Interpol, Oh Sees, Hermit and the Recluse, and Twenty One Pilots. Plus discussions on emo rap and anonymity in music.
 
Scott and Jessi chat about competing with larger labels, pitching to Spotify playlists, and the importance of thank you letters. Grab a copy of Work Hard Playlist Hard eBook at http://ebook.otherrecordlabels.com by using the coupon code "other" for 10% off.
 
Scott talks with Theo about the mobility of running an indie label in various cities around the globe. Grab a copy of Work Hard Playlist Hard eBook at http://ebook.otherrecordlabels.com by using the coupon code "other" for 10% off.
 
Scott talks with Noah Obi-strips, vinyl reissues, and putting his band (Young Rival) on hiatus to focus on running the label. Grab a copy of Work Hard Playlist Hard eBook at http://ebook.otherrecordlabels.com by using the coupon code "other" for 10% off.
 
Scott chats with Matt Linden of Forged Artifacts (Lawn, Bill Waters, Los Angeles Police Department) about Minnesota, the cost of vinyl and why he chose cassettes. Grab a copy of Work Hard Playlist Hard eBook at http://ebook.otherrecordlabels.com by using the coupon code "other" for 10% off.
 
Scott chats with Good Cheer Records (Cool American, Boreen, Little Star) about running a label in Portland and the challenge of getting press coverage.Grab a copy of Work Hard Playlist Hard eBook at http://ebook.otherrecordlabels.com by using the coupon code "other" for 10% off!
 
Scott talks with 6131 Records (Julien Baker, Suburban Living, Joyce Manor) about running a label in today's climate and how he discovered Julien Baker's debut release on Bandcamp.Grab a copy of Work Hard Playlist Hard eBook at http://ebook.otherrecordlabels.com by using the coupon code "other" for 10% off!…
 
Scott talks with Ben Hubbird about starting a label through Marmoset Music, his days at CD Baby, and signing Andy Shauf. Grab a copy of Work Hard Playlist Hard eBook at http://ebook.otherrecordlabels.com by using the coupon code "other" for 10% off!
 
In this episode of The Needle Drop Podcast, D. Respect and I once again run through a list of the worst rappers out right now, as chosen by you guys over social media. We don't fully agree with the nine picks, but we go over why each artist might be catching all the negativity.
 
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