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9/11 , Motherhood, Producers, Drummers, Leather Trousers, Portlandia!!! After a brief hiatus we are back with the second part of our look at the excellent Sleater-Kinney Re-joining Nick and Ewan are Cheri Amour and Fliss Kitson whose early bands were heavily influenced by the work of Sleater-Kinney, and lexicographer and huge fan Ben Zimmer, although sadly Sara Marcus had to leave us after part 1. In this episode we discuss the following One Beat 2002 The Woods 2005 No Cities to Love 2015 The Centre Won't Hold 2019 Path of Wellness 2021 As usual there's a Spotify playlist incorporating the podcast and selected songs which you can find at https://sptfy.com/tfsk2 (https://sptfy.com/tfsk2) You can buy all the albums and more direct from https://sleaterkinney.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) The Guests: Cheri's many projects, from broadcaster, podcaster, journalist, to author are available at http://cheriamour.co.uk/ (cheriamour.co.uk) Fliss is the drummer of the amazing Nightingales, buy some great and important music, and discover the documentary King Rocker at https://thenightingales.org.uk/ (thenightingales.org.uk) Ben does loads of stuff but you can always find him in his regular column on The Wall Street Journal, or sometimes The Atlantic. Find all the links at https://benzimmer.com/ (Benzimmer.com) If you fancy supporting the show, either leave us a review somewhere (Apple Podcasts would be awesome) or ....drumroll.... JOIN OUR PATREON (and help keep the lights on, I don't like the dark) which is over https://www.patreon.com/tempfans (here) Regardless of whether you can chip in, a 5 star review (if you feel like it) on Apple or Podchaser would help enormously. Or just tell your friends!! Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast

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