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Carrie Brownstein performs at Riot Fest on Sept. 2, 2016, in Denver, Colo. Thomas Cooper/Getty Images hide caption

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For Carrie Brownstein, Music Fandom Started At The Record Store

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Sleater-Kinney (from left, Janet Weiss, Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker) will release new music as part of a series to benefit Planned Parenthood. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for The New Yorker hide caption

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Grateful Dead | Keith Stieduhar/courtesy of the artist (top left), Kamasi Washington | John Vettese/XPN (top right), Sleater Kinney | Brigitte Sire/Courtesy of the artist (bottom left), Hiss Golden Messenger | Rich McKie/XPN (bottom center), Jim James | Josh Pelta-Heller/XPN (bottom right) Various sources hide caption

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Top row, left to right: Cover art for Wilco, Kamasi Washington and Grimes; Middle row, left to right: Sufjan Stevens, Chvrches and Kendrick Lamar; Bottom row, left to right: Father John Misty, Joanna Newsom, Courtney Barnett Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Poll Results: Listeners Pick Their Favorite Albums Of 2015

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Clockwise from upper left: Bjork, Torres, Kendrick Lamar, Missy Elliott, Courtney Barnett, Lin-Manuel Miranda in the Hamilton musical, Sufjan Stevens Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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All Songs Considered: The Year In Music 2015

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Guitarist, actor and writer Carrie Brownstein performing with her band Sleater-Kinney at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. Alex Schelldorf/NPR hide caption

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All Songs +1: Carrie Brownstein Isn't Who You Think She Is

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Carrie Brownstein is the co-creator and co-star of the TV series Portlandia. Autumn de Wilde/Riverhead Books hide caption

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'Modern Girl' Carrie Brownstein Describes Finding (And Hiding) Herself In Music

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Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney performs at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. Joel Didriksen/kingpinphoto.com hide caption

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Hear Sleater-Kinney In Concert

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Sleater-Kinney's new album, No Cities To Love, comes out Jan. 20. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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No Cities To Love

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Sleater-Kinney On World Cafe

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Sleater-Kinney's new album, its first since 2005, is No Cities to Love. Left to right: drummer Janet Weiss, singer-guitarist Corin Tucker, singer-guitarist Carrie Brownstein. Brigitte Sire/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Sleater-Kinney's Deleted Scenes

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Frank Black (right) and Joey Santiago of the Pixies perform at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in 2004, the year the band reunited after more than a decade apart. Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images hide caption

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Sleater-Kinney's Janet Weiss (left), Carrie Brownstein (center) and Corin Tucker (right) join All Songs Considered hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton to discuss new album No Cities To Love. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Hear Sleater-Kinney Talk About Its New Album

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